Flyp Magazine: Multimedia Storytelling for the Digital Age

Flyp Magazine: Multimedia Storytelling for the Digital Age
technology
Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 28 august 2009

The other day, we highlighted some of the ways that magazines are diversifying their business models to remain both relevant and solvent as more and more of their audience moves online. We suspect (and hope) that print and by extension, traditional storytelling will always have its place, but there is clearly a shift towards multimedia narratives – combining video, audio and other interactive features – taking place as more publications bolster their reporting with additional content available online.

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