As Digital Fatigue Sets In, Readers are Waking Up to Newspapers

Nu Yang writing for Editor & Publisher:

Davis suggested that print products shouldn’t contribute to the surplus of information brought on by their digital counterparts. Instead, they should create content consumers want to consume—and that’s where quality over quantity comes in.

As I’ve told my clients, people buy magazines for the curated experience. Unlike websites which publish everything they can as quickly as possible, print publication editors can cut through the noise to find the important information and then present it efficiently and pleasantly to the reader.

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