New 'New Yorker' Web Editor Wants More 'Online Newsbreaks'

Is "The New Yorker... starting to take the web more seriously?" asks Joe Pompeo, analyzing reports that newyorker.com has a new editor:  Nicholas Thompson, formerly in charge of print features.

Thompson, who already has digital chops -- he spent five years on staff at Wired, another pub in the Conde Nast stable --  tells Pompeo he'd like to foster "more online newsbreaks and original reporting; the latter is already a mainstay within the magazine's stable of writers, but the former still feels new," writes  Pompeo.

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