The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza on Web Video: Just Meat and Potatoes Won’t Cut It Anymore

Chris Cillizza, managing editor of The Washington Post‘s PostPolitics and author of blog The Fix, must have been hungry during this session at the Beet.TV Online Video Journalism Summit, as he said newspapers must stop serving up only “meat and potatoes” and offer a “buffet” of content. Cillizza spoke about Web-video successes and failures at the Post.

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