Isolde Walters of theMediaBriefing reports on comments made by Hearst Group Publishing Director Judith Secombe and Commercial Content Director Victoria White during the Digital Media Strategies conference in London. The traditional pace of publishing has to meet the needs of readers who consume their product in stolen moments. They also spoke of a “time war” as competition for these stolen moments can be a far ranging as Candy Crush.  Secombe and White also spoke of consumer partnerships as a new revenue model and, possibly, the future of journalism.
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