June 14, 2006

New York Observer
Atlantic Media chief David Bradley, who has invested $4 million in 02138 (“the Vanity Fair for Harvard”), tells Gabriel Sherman: “Among my concerns is how little I bring to the 02138 editorial sensibility. The magazine’s market position is everything I am not: light, engaging, easy, original, sophisticated.” Bom Kim, the mag’s founder, is getting advice from Kurt Andersen, Walter Isaacson, James Fallows, and Steve Brill. Former New York magazine editor Caroline Miller is 02138’s editorial director. || PLUS: Is NYT hiring unfrozen? and the New Yorker hires an online “content generator.”

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