The New Yorker Rolls Out a New, Star-Studded Virtual Event Series, The New Yorker Live

The monthly series comes on the heels of last fall's successful New Yorker Festival

With in-person events still months away, publishers are rethinking their long-term strategies for virtual events.
With in-person events still months away, publishers are rethinking their long-term strategies for virtual events. The New Yorker, Getty Images

Virtual events—once a stopgap solution—have graduated into becoming the main attraction, and even the august New Yorker is not immune to their new-age charms. This morning, the 96-year-old publication announced its first-ever New Yorker Live event—a virtual event series available only to subscribers—featuring conversations among a half dozen of the most alluring political and literary figures in today’s cultural climate.

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