The New York Review of Magazines

CJR Study: Magazine Websites Lack Consistent Standards

By Tim Kiladze

I came across the following new survey done by the Columbia Journalism Review while researching The Atlantic’s online operations. As it turns out, most magazines treat their websites with much less care than the print publications. Among the findings: 59 percent of respondents said their online copy-editing is less rigorous than in the print edition, and 54 percent noted they do not inform readers when they have updated/corrected an online error.

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