Shafer Not Buying The “New” Time

From his Slate piece:

    “We’re going from a 19th-century factory model to a 21st-century Internet model,” Time Managing Editor Richard Stengel tells Washington Post media reporter Howard Kurtz today (Dec. 18). Factory-for-the-Internet is Stengel’s metaphor for how Time is swapping its traditional methodology—in which reporters and researchers feed facts to writers in New York—for a new order in which reporters will write their own stories.

    Reporters writing their own stories? What next?