The New Yorker is ambitious about video, but has a long way to go

In the past year, The New Yorker has grown its internal video team from two to four employees, most recently with the addition of Cath Spangler from The New York Times as its new senior editor of video. It’s also producing a lot more content, rolling out at least one new video per day. The Condé Nast title is growing its video business — but a lot of work still remains.Read the full article

Why Two Men Are Walking Every Block in New York City

New York City has over 6,000 miles of streets across five boroughs. William Helmreich and Matt Green plan to walk every last block. Though they are doing the same thing, Helmreich and Green have vastly different approaches and reasons for embarking on the journey. In this video, the two men meet for the first time and discuss their philosophies on walking. They ultimately question how—and if—New Yorkers can truly know their city. Still haven’t subscribed to The New Yorker on YouTube? ►► CONNECT WITH THE NEW YORKER Web: Twitter: Facebook: Google+: Instagram: Pinterest: Tumblr: The Scene: Want even more? Subscribe to The Scene: Why Two Men Are Walking Every Block in New York City Producer: Riley Hooper Music by Chris Zabriskie