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Could YouTube Replace Women’s Magazines?

Tomorrow’s magazine journalist may be more likely to work with video, answer reader comments online and push out news on social media, if Hearst’s Hello Style YouTube channel is any indication. The recently launched Hearst channel brings together five of the publishing behemoth’s women’s titles, including Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire and Harper’s Bazaar, to create videos [...]
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