Posts Tagged: The New Yorker

Digital Editions Booming for Condé Nast

Since entering the App business in May, Condé Nast is reporting 242,000 digital downloads of its eight available titles, which include Allure, Glamour, Golf Digest, GQ, Self, The New Yorker, Wired, and Vanity Fair.  This number includes digital subscriptions, single copy purchases, and print subscribers who chose to add digital additions to their packages.  This… Read more »

Lisa Hughes Named Publisher for The New Yorker

As part of Condé Nast’s reorganization, Drew Schutte who was the publisher for the past year at The New Yorker is shifting over to the recently consolidated ad sales team for all of the companies magazines. Lisa Hughes new vice president and publisher had been vice president and publisher of Condé Nast Traveler since 1995…. Read more »

'New Yorker' Publishes Split-Run Cover Featuring Hillary and Obama

For its 83rd anniversary issue, The New Yorker runs its iconic, bestectacled dandy, Eustace Tilley, on the cover — twice, and again with a twist.  In the 90’s the magazine took liberties with the estimable Mr. Tilley, dressing him up as Dick Tracy, Elvis and once as a woman, under the editorship of Tina Brown.  Well, the current issue… Read more »

Cheat Sheet On What's in This Week's Mags

Online magazine Slate provides the rundown on this week’s stories in Newsweek, New York, The New Yorker, the Weekly Standard, and Harper’s.  Warning: if you’ve grown weary of the presidential primary campaigns, skip it.  Slate  (Jan, 29, 2008)

New Yorker Lexus Ad Continuing Through Magazine Part of Larger Trend of Encroachment

The New Yorker ad for a Lexus hybrid featured leaves scattering in the vehicle’s wake.  The leaf motif was repeated in cartoons that appeared elsewhere in the issue.  More common is the practice of binding music discs or heavy-paper spectaculars into magazines.  Formerly buttoned-up newspapers are running ads on their font pages.  Advertisements are encroaching… Read more »