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Disrupting Editorial: A Case for Publisher–Start-Up Content Development

Posted at 8:54AM Saturday 15 Feb 2014

Despite areas where traditional publishers are seeking outside support and the plethora of start-ups emerging to provide it, partnerships between the two remain limited. If it stays that way, publishers may ultimately have more to lose.

One solution? Open up the editorial process to out-of-house input.

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