Shouts, Murmurs, Earbuds: How The New Yorker is Making the Transition to Radio

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The New Yorker has spent 90 years trying to perfect its formula for making a magazine. There’s voice and perspective, but also no small amount of style. It’s Talk of the Town, typefaces, and Eustace Tilley.

 

“When The New Yorker started, they didn’t nail it on week one,” editor David Remnick told me.

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