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The New Yorker Magazine's app migrates to Pugpig Publishing

The New Yorker Magazine will now be published through Pugpig's app platform.


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The migration is part of a global deal that Kaldor, developer of Pugpig platform, recently signed with Condé Nast to launch apps on Pugpig Publish across their entire portfolio of titles in the USA, France, Germany, Russia and Taiwan, adding to the existing portfolio of Condé Nast Great Britain apps already launched.

Jonny Kaldor, CEO of Pugpig said: “Massive congrats to the Pugpig team (especially Hannah, Kenny, Steve, Will, Lucy, Munaib, Benji and Dom - and pretty much everyone else on the team!) for doing an amazing job and huge thanks to the Condé Nast team for believing in us.”


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