Claim: Conde Nast bosses just don’t get the Internet

The Big Money
When magazines began going online, their corporate imperative was often to promote subscriptions to the print publication, not to create a new medium. “And countless reports from inside Condé Nast confirm that this is still the thinking at the top — the Web is there to drive print subscriptions, nothing more,” writes Lesley M. M. Blume.
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