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It's a (to my ear) barbaric term, but a legitimate one...
Explanation: as in this excerpt from an October 1999 business article: "The reason Yahoo isn't a part of the coalition is that, as a pure content aggregator, they are completely
connection agnostic. They don't care who provides the connection, as long as their content is accessible...."
Your sentence, in full: "This is the greatest challenge facing publishers, broadcasters, and -- in general -- all content-provider companies and content aggregators."
(Note that here "editori" means "publishers" or "publishing houses," not "editors"!)
(My book contracts with my publishers used to refer to me and my writing partner as the "content providers," until we aagitated successfully for a change to "authors"...)
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