“The digital side is doing a really high-wire act,” Cobb said. “Because the New Yorker print side is built on a very deliberative, intellectual and insightful perfection in writing. That’s what people go to The New Yorker for — literary journalism. And unlike lots of other outlets, which just try to be on top of the events of the day, The New Yorker’s digital side has to replicate a deliberative voice in a very fast-paced digital environment.”

-Benjamin Mullin ‘How The New Yorker brought the soul of the magazine to the webPoynter


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