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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