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>> Kate Betts Suggests the Answer for Ailing Fashion Magazines: Publish Less Often — You know it's bad when top editors willingly suggest that they should be doing less in print.  Kate Betts, editor of Time Style & Design, which comes out six times a year, says of the Web-induced acceleration of coverage pace: "If I'm going to a fashion show, I think about how I'm going to cover it on many levels. Now, you have to think what could be a video interview, what could be a Time interview. It is kind of exhausting, and every season, it's amped up even more. It's almost too much information. Maybe fashion magazines should only come out twice a year." [Adweek]

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