Can a Printed Literary Magazine Thrive in LA?

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We've heard a lot about the end of print journalism, printed essays, memoirs, fiction, poetry and portrait writing. Now some veteran editors and journalists are going against the tide with a full-color, quarterly publication, "a new template for the next generation of print publications." Laurie Ochoa, former editor of the LA Weekly, executive editor of Gourmet magazine and reporter and editor at the LA Times, is editor and co-founder of Slake.

Credits

Guest:
Laurie Ochoa - Co-editor and Co-founder, Slake magazine

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Katie Cooper, Julia Flucht