Tag: New Yorker
9 ways newsrooms can incorporate more audio in their work
The ability to hear stories is essential for visually impaired audiences — and anyone who wants to consume content on the move.
What’s Working: Newsletters may be reaching their limits, but there’s hope beyond the inbox
Email newsletters are thriving, but their ascendancy in today’s media brings with it a certain foreboding: Given how successful the format has been the past few years — and how many writers have turned to newsletter platforms like Substack to build their personal brands and possibly earn some real money — it feels almost inevitable there … Continued
The secrets of successful newsletters
From subject lines to welcome campaigns, these are the most important things to get right