The New Yorker Magazine’s Famous Cartoons Now Available on Podcast

Here’s a different kind of podcast: You can now find on iTunes a new video podcast that features animated versions of The New Yorker’s famous cartoons. A venture called RingTales has apparently been given an exclusive license to animate and distribute The New Yorker’s library of over 70,000 cartoons. Each week, they’ll issue three new video animations, which you can access on iTunes as well as by rss feed. They’ll also be available on The New Yorker website. For more details, see this press release.

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  • tom says:

    to the david remnick and his magazine. anchor woman from cbs cindy hsu recently got involved in dirty coration business with crazy cbs anchor otis livingston to steal money from the new yorker magazine employees bank accounts. never trust cindy hsu and otis livingston because they nothing but crooks.

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