Demystify Digital Publishing

May 2012
EContent;May2012, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p8
Trade Publication
The article looks at digital publishing, with a focus on how digital natives, or digitally-inclined members of the Millennial generation, are working in the industry. Topics include the Appazoogle technology blog developed by students at Emerson College, the way digital publishing has increased the amount of reading people do, and the MoJo (mobile journalism) website created by student Myressa Markham. Concerns about monetizing digital content are noted.


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