The New Yorker introduces subtle design changes

NEW YORK (AP) — The New Yorker is introducing subtle design changes to its pages.

Starting on Monday, readers will find small changes to the magazine’s table of contents, contributors page, “Goings On About Town,” Briefly Noted and Fiction sections.

The magazine’s editor, David Remnick, tells The New York Times ( ) that the changes are very subtle. He says it will still be identifiable to longtime readers.

The changes include a cleaner presentation of the table of contents and contributor pages.

The “Goings On About Town” pages include less detail on museum and show listings, like where the theater is. Remnick says that kind of information is a Google search away.

According to the Alliance for Audited Media, The New Yorker’s circulation grew by 1.1 percent over the last five years.


Information from: The New York Times,

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