Two takes on how digital and traditional media are intersecting: At a panel discussion on M&A in digital media discussed in Women's Wear Daily, one participant said
that "Traditional media firms such as Gannett, Hearst and Condé Nast are approaching the shift in digital media differently," which is ramping up an interest in mergers and acquisitions. Such
companies are generally deciding "to be acquisitive and change the DNA that way," rather than building from within, according to another panel participant.
And here's More Editor In Chief Lesley Jane Seymour on how novices can get a job on a magazine: "I suggest that anyone who loves magazines begin in digital....There will always be editors. But print is going through changes and it is best to learn digital first and back your way into print."