New York Media obsessively chronicles the ideas, people, and cultural events that are forever reshaping our world. The company publishes beloved and influential brands, including the groundbreaking magazine New York, which is published biweekly in print and, digitally, is the home to five thriving verticals: Intelligencer, delivering national news and sharp commentary on politics, business, technology, and media; Vulture, the premier site for culture news, criticism and service; the Cut, at the forefront of women’s digital media; Grub Street, home to food news and authoritative restaurant criticism; and the Strategist, dedicated to shopping the internet smartly.
Launched in April 1968 by the editor Clay Felker and the graphic designer Milton Glaser, New York was in its early days the place to read Tom Wolfe, Gloria Steinem, Pete Hamill, Jimmy Breslin, and Gail Sheehy. In the five decades since, it has received 48 National Magazine Awards, and in 2018 it won its first Pulitzer Prize, for art criticism.
From the beginning, New York’s sophisticated, knowing, enthusiastic voice found a readership far beyond the magazine’s namesake city. In the digital era, that audience is global, as readers everywhere have come to crave our vocal coverage of television or fashion or politics and food or, increasingly, all of the above. (Plus the crossword puzzle.) Today, New York’s sites publish 100 stories per day and draw over 100 million readers each month across all platforms.