New York Media energizes people around shared interests, igniting important conversations with a cosmopolitan point of view and providing the map to shrewdly navigate a fast-moving culture.
Haskell will succeed Adam Moss as editor-in-chief of the company.
New York Magazine and the Cut also received top honors
The cleaner, more modern look better showcases content from across the New York Media network.
Find out how New York Media strategically deploys Instagram for ecommerce and branded content.
Shop The Strategist in person, now through December 30.
The Cut collaborated with Merch by Amazon on a street poster campaign during New York Fashion Week to promote their “wearable content collection” of t-shirts.
New York Media will expand Daily Intelligencer, its current politics and news blog, into a standalone vertical featuring original coverage of politics, tech, business, media, and innovation.
New York Media will enhance its coverage of books, with Boris Kachka in the new role of books editor overseeing new literary content across Vulture, the Cut, Intelligencer, the Strategist, and Grub Street.
The Society of Publication Designers (SPD) has awarded the 2018 gold medal for Web Redesign to The Cut. New York Chief Creative Director Ian Adelman spearheaded the site’s new look.
Jerry Saltz, New York’s art critic since 2007, has captured the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for criticism. His work appears both in print in New York Magazine and online at Vulture.
Vulture is ramping up its comedy coverage with the acquisition of Splitsider, a beloved site devoted to the comedy scene. Since 2010, Splitsider has been a discerning voice discovering and celebrating comedians as well as comedy fans.
The Cut unveils a new design with fresh content areas that speak to the way today’s audiences consume media and what they care about.
Vulture and the Cut are creating new shows to air on Facebook’s new video platform Watch.
Contributing recipe videos, cooking columns, and news features on food policy and politics.
Striking photojournalism that provides a point of view that mirrors the spirit of our namesake city.
Stephen Colbert, Sarah Jessica Parker, Aziz Ansari, Connie Britton, Tituss Burgess, Kevin Bacon, and many more among participants.
Hermès’s First Female Perfumer Talks About Breaking Into the Male-Dominated Fragrance World.
New York Media wins the Digiday Publishing Awards Best Custom Advertising for HBO's Vinyl.
Drawing on Vulture's unique editorial mix, trusted perspective, and knowing sense of humor, to take on the visual dynamics and interactivity of the platform.
For the fourth year in a row, New York received the most National Magazine Award nominations - 10 total - and took home the most wins – tying with The New York Times with three each.
Once again, New York has been praised for excellence. The latest Ad Age honored our brand as one of its Magazines of the Year.
Adweek’s Hot List just named New York the “Magazine of the Year” and Adam Moss “Editor of the Year.”
A new space dedicated to the deeply satisfying, uniquely human thrill of being proven right, against the odds, no matter the cost.
A new site for helping busy consumers shop the internet, designed to surface the most useful, expert recommendations for things to buy across the vast e-commerce landscape.
This Fashion Week, The Cut provides guides for the way you actually live, including clothes that you can buy today, right now, for your fall and winter wardrobes.
The Cut introduces S/Wellness, everything to do with wellness, being well and staying “wellthy.”
A social community where we share information, insight, and comic relief.
Covering politics and the larger culture, writing features throughout the year.
Wells will write weekly on a range of topics related to beauty, fashion, wellness, and health.
The Cut is the premier destination for women with sharp, stylish minds. No matter the subject, we address our readers’ lives head on, with generous wit, unflinching honesty and undeniable power.
Giving an inside look at the dining scene and its key players, Grub Street serves as a tasty manual for dining in and dining out.
New York covers, analyzes, and comments on the news, culture, and personalities that drive the world forward.
The absolute best place to find out not just what’s going on in the news, but how to think about it—Intelligence, in every sense of the word.
An obsessively researched online shopping and product discovery guide designed to help savvy consumers surface the most useful recommendations for things to buy across the vast e-commerce landscape.
A survey of America’s cultural landscape offering coverage of film, television, art and more, Vulture is the go-to entertainment news site for the culturally obsessed.