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Assistant professor of journalism John Wihbey was interviewed by Variety, an entertainment magazine, about the future of online and print news sources. With the sale of Pitchfork to Conde Nast, Hello Giggles to Time, and the changes in Playboy’s nudity policies all happening last week, changes in the news world seem to be happening more often and with more drastic evolutions.

[It’s] becoming clear that there’s value in operating as a digital hub for a particular vertical, such as music fans. “In the 21st century media landscape, an outlet that can organize an engaged community of interest has real staying power,” said John Wihbey.

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