The New Yorker’s David Remnick: Readers don’t want a ‘cheaper, dumber version’

by Lucia Moses
When David Remnick became editor-in-chief of The New Yorker in 1998, it was just a weekly print magazine. Initially slow to fully embrace the web, it has since gone all-in on digital, growing its site, social media and video presence. A year ago, it launched a radio show, “The New Yorker Radio Hour.” On the eve of The New Yorker Festival, which kicks off its 17th year Oct.Read the full article