The New Yorker
Here is the second half of our conversation about the publishing industry, this time focusing on newspapers, magazines, and the internet. In this episode we discuss the possible death of newspapers, why magazines are still doing okay, clickbait, and whether the word “content” is overused. We also talk about how to break into the industry and our own tastes when it comes to content.
Music bump is still Richard Strauss’s “Also Sprach Zarathustra.”
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