Food for Thought: the future of long form journalism

In discussions about the future of news in an online age, it's often assumed that internet-based media represent the end of long form journalism. When we browse the web with ten tabs open on our laptops, how are we expected to read through a 2,000-word story? Lewis D'vorkin of Forbes, however, disagrees. He argues that as online news becomes more popular, publishers are learning to adapt and are rediscovering a niche for their longer pieces.

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