Time mag to reporters: get more traffic, or you're fired!



Time Inc., one of the nation’s oldest media firms, is joining the newest kids on the block like Buzzfeed and Gawker in demanding that its stable of writers drive more reader “traffic” to its website, or else.

The warning comes from Time’s Washington boss who told the Washington Post that he has “the right” to fire a reporter who is unpopular on the internet.


How can reporters get more traffic for their stories?

a) write more compelling stories about white racism, global warming, compassion for illegal aliens, sympathetic puff pieces about gay marriage and sex change operations, and obama press releases

or

b) write real news.

It looks like they will have to work overtime on "a".

(Washexaminer)



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