Howard Kurtz talks to Newsweek/Daily Beast’s Tina Brown about the magazine’s decision to go digital. Also, Buzz Machine’s Jeff Jarvis gives his thoughts on the move.
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What a slanted, narrow conversation this was. And how do you like Howie interviewing his boss at Daily Beast? Maybe if Tina. Brown had created a better product, the print Newsweek wouldn't be going away? Who knows, but is Howie going to ask his boss that kind of question? Oh, and Jeff Jarvis, who is sharp but also a big advocate of digital media, how does he broaden this discussion? How about a guest that still sees value in print? Also, how about a discussion of the job loss impact on the printing industry?
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