Interactions Magazine explores the critical skills needed to be a great editor and curator of content.

Interactions Magazine has published an interesting article that explores the roles that editing and curation play in our information-rich modern world.

From the historic function of editors as polishers of content, to the modern curatorial duties of the digital realm, Interactions breaks down the art and science of editing, examining the crucial skills needed for the task.

They explain:

There has long been an invisible tribe, a mysterious group, who transform scattered thoughts into compelling stories, who splice hundreds of hours of video into feature-length films, who segregate the semicolons from the em dashes. These are editors working across media sectors-publishing, film, music, more-to deliver transformative stories with clarity and grace.

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