Question: Who funds The New Yorker?

How does The New Yorker make money?

The New Yorker belongs to a rare club of publications whose revenue from readers exceeds that of advertisers. Total paid circulation for the highbrow weekly rose 12.3 percent last year to 1.2 million, even as the subscription price grew 20 percent to $120 for the most popular print-digital bundle.

Is New Yorker owned by Conde Nast?

Condé Nast - The New Yorker.

Can you buy The New Yorker?

New Yorker covers and cartoons are available for purchase in the Condé Nast Store.

How much does the New Yorker pay articles?

So, you think youve got one of the best short stories ever written and youre wondering where to send it? Try The New Yorker. For literary fiction, this is the best of the best. Its been around forever, has a circulation of a million readers, and will pay you (about $7,500) for that short story.

Who is the CEO of The New Yorker?

A new CEO is supposed to turn things around. New Conde Nast boss Roger Lynch comes from Pandora and Sling.

Can I buy a single New Yorker magazine?

Each issue of the magazine covers a wide range of insightful essays, reviews, opinion columns, criticism, fiction and reportage. Buy a Single Issue or an Annual Subscription for The New Yorker magazine only from Magazine Café – America’s Premiere Magazine Destination.

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