I have found this sentence in this lesson: “And yet, the reality is much more complex than the sound-byte-friendly version of this problem you hear about on TV.”
I think that we should say “sound-bite-friendly” instead of “sound-byte-friendly”.
The meaning of “sound-bite-friendly” might be: using very short and simply statements for journalists or audiences.
Am I right or not?


You are quite correct Gyuri. This is a typo and apparently quite a common mistake. I have corrected it on the text. Thanks.