Links from FT editors in the last 24 hours
Same old questions – but for glossy magazines, even harder to find answers
A rather long article…about having too much to read. But the conclusion seems right: “The fact that there is more information than there are people or time to consume it —the classic economy-of-attention problem — represents a financial opportunity for news organizations.”
Philip Meyer: “I underestimated the velocity of the internet effect”. Newspapers’ best hope – specialisation, elite readership, context and analysis.