Here's a nightmare scenario for newspapers: an article page takes so long to load on your smartphone that you get frustrated and close out. You never read their reporting, and you never see their ads (let alone click on them).
In the last few months, Facebook and Google and Twitter and Apple have all announced new projects to make it easier and faster for news consumers to get headlines on their phones. But what does it mean for the struggling newspaper industry? Bob speaks with the Washington Post's Cory Haik about why the paper is committing so fully to platforms like Facebook's Instant Articles, despite concerns about giving up publishing power to the social networking giant.
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