The New Yorker’s David Remnick Moves Beyond the Magazine (Video)

The magazine’s editor says that tablets are great, and that even phones offer new opportunities for long-form content.

David Remnick

Editor
The New Yorker

Who says print is dead? David Remnick began his reporting career at The Washington Post before becoming a staff writer at The New Yorker and later editor. He has written over 100 long, measured, thoughtful pieces for the magazine, and he has also authored several books. Since his tenure at The New Yorker, the magazine has won 30 National Magazine Awards; Remnick himself has, in the course of his career, received both the Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction and a George Polk Award for excellence in journalism. He has contributed to The New York Review of Books, Vanity Fair, Esquire, and The New Republic; has been a Visiting Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations; and has taught at Columbia and Princeton Universities.

Posts With David Remnick

New Yorker Editor David Remnick Likes Technology, but He Loves Print: The Full Dive Into Media Interview

“The New Yorker — you roll it up, you put it in your bag. It’s quite easy; it’s pretty good technology.”
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The New Yorker’s David Remnick Moves Beyond the Magazine (Video)

The magazine’s editor says that tablets are great, and that even phones offer new opportunities for long-form content.
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The New Yorker’s David Remnick: Paper Magazines Are “Pretty Good Technology”

Quality long-form writing has a place in the Internet age, says New Yorker editor David Remnick — and it’s worth paying for.
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More Stars for D: Dive Into Media — Jason Kilar, Dick Costolo and Martha Stewart Join Us Onstage

Our first-ever media conference kicks off in a litte more than a month. And we’ve added the heads of Hulu, Twitter and Martha Stewart Living to a star-studded cast.
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Game On! ESPN’s New Boss, John Skipper, Debuts at D: Dive Into Media.

Time to introduce another D: Dive Into Media speaker, and this one’s very timely: The first onstage interview with the new head of cable TV’s MVP.
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Hollywood Meets Silicon Valley, Up Close and Personal: YouTube CEO Salar Kamangar Comes to D: Dive Into Media

North meets South, tech meets content, and the rest of the world gets a rare opportunity to meet one of Google’s most important — and least known — players.
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More Moguls for D: Dive Into Media — Clear Channel, Legendary Pictures and Vevo Join the Cast

Heavyweights from radio, Hollywood, and Web video join a star-studded roster for All Things Digital‘s first-ever media conference: Bob Pittman, Thomas Tull and Rio Caraeff come aboard.
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Announcing D: Dive Into Media, Featuring Viacom, New Yorker, Warner Music, News Corp. and More

All Things Digital‘s newest conference: Two days of smart, provocative talk with the media industry’s most important people. (And did we mention the jaw-dropping ocean views?)
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The New Yorker Takes on Hollywood Power Blogger Nikki Finke

Yet more–a lot of ink–on Nikki Finke, Hollywood’s best-read and most feared blogger. What does Finke think? “Amusing.” Meanwhile, what about Finke’s plans to hire a New York correspondent?
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