Slow-Moving Magazines No Match for Fast-Moving Blogs

Slow-Moving Magazines No Match for Fast-Moving Blogs
Retail
Orli Sharaby
  • 13 october 2008

The argument against the magazine industry’s sustainability generally goes like this: People now want their information on-demand, in short quantities, and from hundreds rather than dozens of sources. But one very important factor contributing to the industry’s demise is not often recognized. Magazines – lumbering machines that move at a snails pace – are just not equipped to remain relevant in a world that moves at lightning pace.

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