Beet TV: Time.com managing editor on why long-form journalism doesn’t work on the web

Time.com managing editor Josh Tryangiel in a video interview with Beet TV: he describes online news tactics, why print style journalism doesn’t work well on the web, and reveals that 95 per cent of Time.com stories are original to the web.

(Hat-tip Crikey.com.au)

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