New Platforms for Long-Form Journalism

Presented at ONA11
September 23, 2011
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The Kindle Store, Instapaper, The Atavist, iBooks: The ways we produce and consume long-form journalism are changing. We’ll explain what these new platforms mean for the sort of in-depth journalism most endangered in a pageview-centric world. Learn whether e-books is proving to be a profitable platform for news organizations, what the explosion in Kindle consumption means, and what new tools are actually increasing the market for long-form journalism.

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