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Slow Down, Read Up: Why Slow Journalism And Finishable News Is (Quickly) Growing a Following

from Nieman Lab

Slow but steady wins the race — but can that saying also work in the ad-driven digital media world, where “being first” is still a top priority for most publications? A pack of burgeoning “slow journalism” startups is trying to find out. With taglines like “Slow down, wise up” and “We prioritize knowledge over speed,” these digital-first outlets place their bets on two converging trends: a growing need to elude what has been labeled “content overconsumption,” “information overload,” and “news is noise” in favor of more “finite,” “manageable,” and “digestible” news apps and content; and the factual or perceived shortcoming of the media that it is great at telling us what has just happened, but less good at explaining significant developments. more

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