Ever since it started out as an insert in the New York Herald-Tribune, New York magazine has made a name for itself as the trusted confidante of the city’s most knowing readers.
And editorial director Jared Hohlt has some great advice if you’re looking to pitch your clients to the pub. “Publicists should note that we are not restricted to ‘New York area-only’ profiles,” he explained. “If we are doing a profile of someone, we do want to make sure that our competitors aren’t doing the same sort of piece at the same time, but that kind of goes without saying.”
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