#88 Print Divas And Wankers On The Web
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#88 Print Divas And Wankers On The Web
Toronto Star's Paul Wells joins Jesse to talk about magazines going digital and journalists leaving Twitter.
October 6, 2016

Maclean’s is moving from weekly to monthly, as Rogers Media scales back its print magazines. Co-host Paul Wells of the Toronto Star spent a long time working for Maclean’s. He joins Jesse to talk about whether this is smart business or the beginning of its slow death–and why it matters.

A few high profile journalists (including Paul) are leaving Twitter, opening up the conversation of where the medium stands and whether it’s necessary to a modern journalist.

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