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TIME.com Managing Editor: Long Form Journalism on the Web is "Not Working" (VIDEO)

In this third part of my chat with Josh Tyrangiel, Managing Editor of TIME.com, he explains how stories are written and edited for the Web.
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Long form journalism, a staple of magazines like Time, is not working, says Josh Tyrangiel, Managing Editor of TIME.com.

In this third part of my chat with Josh, he explains how stories are written and edited for the Web. He says that some 95 percent of content on his site is created exclusively for the Web.

He says that a a lot of the magazine content published on the Web site does not do "too great" online. Some of it is "just too long," he says.

This video was originally published on Beet.TV.

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