NYC 'City Guide' Returns To Print After 18-Month Hiatus

Davler Media announced Monday that it has reached a pandemic milestone. The publisher of the New York City tourism magazine City Guide shipped its first magazine to the printer in over a year and a half.

“The hundreds of thousands of tourists visiting our great city this holiday season will be able pick up their City Guide at hotels or information kiosks and use it to decide where to eat, what shows to see, stores to visit and which attracts will wow them,” Davler CEO David Miller said in a LinkedIn post.



The magazine will arrive at hotels, restaurants and tourism centers the week before Thanksgiving, Miller said. City Guide had been published weekly, but it’s unclear what the publishing schedule will be going forward. The guides reach 3 million people annually.

“We are appreciative to be able to continue to serve NYC visitors and businesses,” Miller said. “NYC tourism industry is rebuilding, City Guide is rebuilding. Here’s to the return to greater heights.”

This first new issue is returning with 40 advertisers, Miller said.

Many have committed to the magazine for all of 2022. “I want to thank many partners who helped City Guide return post pandemic: Our Davler team, clients, vendors and even the government. Because without PPP, we wouldn’t have made it.”

Davler Media was established 17 years ago with a mission of helping consumers make better decisions about how to spend their discretionary time and money.

City Guide has been published since 1982. “Like many companies, the pandemic made us stronger,” Miller said. “We developed new ways for businesses to connect with tourists who are deciding what to do.”

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