How legacy publishers are tackling digital

Figuring out the digital landscape is a challenge for everyone, not least of all for legacy print publishers. Moving over to mobile and other social media platforms has forced publishers to “divine a whole new path” says Mike Perlis from Forbes Media. Meanwhile, Liz Vaccariello from the 90-plus-year-old Reader’s Digest says they’ve had to act more like a start-up. At the Digiday Publishing Summit, in Miami, Florida, this week, we asked three legacy media publishers how they’re tackling digital and staying relevant.

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