the NYO section will continue to build The New York Observer’s iconic brand and coverage – offering insight into New York’s evolving neighborhoods, distinguished personalities and luxurious lifestyles.
New York, New York (PRWEB) April 02, 2013
This April, The New York Observer will launch its new monthly lifestyle section, NYO. Joining the reputable folds of The New York Observer’s incisive coverage of the city, the new lifestyle section follows New York’s narrative beyond the front page and into the homes and haunts of the characters that grace the weekly newspaper. “I’m thrilled to debut the Observer’s new lifestyle section, NYO,” said Observer editor-in-chief, Ken Kurson. “The Observer’s excellent writers and editors will present the smartest and most informative lifestyle stories in the smartest and most informed city in the world.”
NYO will include monthly in-depth features and profiles of the personalities, fashions, latest wellness kicks, real estate, interior design, restaurants, nightlife and most talked about philanthropic efforts that capture Manhattan’s timeless charisma. NYO’s launch issue will feature an exclusive with Tim Ferriss, the number one best selling lifestyle guru and author of The Four Hour Workweek, take readers inside Madonna’s walled Upper East Side townhouse, and show Jim McCann’s reinvention from a coked-up party boy to one of New York’s most admired yoga gurus.
Observer Media’s CEO, Joseph Meyer states that “the NYO section will continue to build The New York Observer’s iconic brand and coverage – offering insight into New York’s evolving neighborhoods, distinguished personalities and luxurious lifestyles.” From uptown establishments to downtown hotspots, there is no better chronicler than the Observer to pull back the curtain and unveil the inner workings and best-kept secrets of the city.
The New York Observer
For 25 years, The New York Observer has been the go-to source for an insider’s perspective on culture, media, technology, politics, real estate, society, and the city’s most powerful characters. The Observer reaches Manhattan’s most affluent, educated and influential consumers with an average household income of $644,000 and average net worth of $4.1 million.
The New York Observer is a part of Observer Media, a diversified media company that offers readers cutting-edge reporting available on a variety of platforms, written by an editorial staff known for its distinctive and discerning style and wit. Observer Media is emblematic of journalism today – a bridge spanning traditional and digital media, including the Commercial Observer, luxury magazines and Observer national web properties (observer.com, politicker.com, galleristny.com, betabeat.com).
PRESS CONTACTS: Observer Media Group / The New York Observer
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