I've published online my e-mail to tnr editors and a comparison of the original statements versus new versions.
A tnr alum dives deep in what happened with the 100-year-old institution.
Many love tnr, and many others hate it– while yet others feel both ways about it at the same time.
Here's a little bit from tnr's Molly Redden on how she got there.
“Like any opinion magazine, tnr would be a ‘prestige’ buy,” Alterman told me.
Contrary to the popular narrative, tnr did not “die” last week.
David Remnick, the editor of The New Yorker, began his magazine career writing for tnr.
What he, or any other buyer, would be getting in tnr is a history, a voice, and a brand.