New Yorker

This Pitch-Perfect Parody of an Entire New Yorker Issue Features Wonderful Fake Ads

If you're the kind of person who has time to read The New Yorker cover to cover, then you'll appreciate this delightfully meta, magazine-length satire.  The Neu Jorker, a passion project from co-editors James Folta and Andrew Lipstein, not only lampoons the magazine's poetry, reviews and sections like Goings On About Town and Shouts & Murmurs, but also the kind of ads you find in a publication like The New Yorker. 

Facetime: Early October Award Parties, Magazine Celebrations and The New Yorker Festival

Adweek’s Young Influentials party presented by PopSugar took place at the Gansevoort Hotel in downtown New York. Among the honorees accepting awards were Ogilvy’s Lauren Crampsie, Huffington Post’s Jared Grusd […]

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The New Yorker’s Anthony Weiner Cover Draws Praise on Twitter

Even as legacy news organizations work to find their footing online, the power of print endures on social media.

Flipboard Partners With Condé to Launch Ads

Social reading app Flipboard has struck a deal with Condé Nast to display full-page ads in several of the publisher’s titles.

Forensic Art Expert Sues ‘New Yorker’ Author

Forensic art expert Peter Paul Biro brought a $2 million defamation suit Wednesday against The New Yorker staff writer David Grann and Advance Magazine Publishers (owners of Condé Nast, which publishes