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Will It Kill Restaurants? All experience levels are welcome. They’re making TV shows. Dec. 31, 2020Credit...The New York TimesNo one expected 2020 to turn out the way it did. The New York Times has announced Sway, a new interview podcast hosted by Kara Swisher. Those are the pants that I play tennis in, and I was, I think, on my way to play tennis when that picture was taken. And we had featured her in Vogue before and, obviously, covered the campaign in many different ways over the campaign season. When you look at fast fashion, what has been your reaction to watching its growth? Well, I think that we certainly want to be diverse, and inclusive, and to reflect the culture as we see it. Now, go … And I think that the reason that these virtual fashion shows — although many of them have been exceptionally creative and interesting — they’re not having the same emphasis as the physical fashion show is, it is important to have a personal exchange with the designers. And she’s standing in a black pantsuit, and a white t-shirt, and sneakers. So let’s talk about representation on Vogue covers. I said you shouldn’t go, because he was going to screw you. He’s obviously aware of everything that she’s doing, but trusts her implicitly. But that it was, I think, so important to the United States, and to women, and really to the world, that he choose a woman. Because right now you are now, Conde Nast worldwide content chief and global editorial director of Vogue. If you like this interview and want to hear others, hit subscribe. But I feel that we have certainly had very fruitful discussions. So I’ll be honest with you, I’m not really a fashion person — although my mother was the head of fashion at Bonwit Teller back in the day. Kara Swisher is the Executive Producer of the Code conference. That Doesn’t Change Overnight. According to people familiar with the matter on both sides, there was not a written formal agreement in place. Now he is overseeing two Senate runoffs that will determine the fate of the nation. ‘Sway’ Is Kara Swisher’s New Interview Podcast For The New York Times. From "The New York Times." But I’d love to ask you about some current trends. I think the workplace is going to be completely redefined. And I think one of the joys of my position is that I am so lucky, and that I can surround myself with editors, writers, people from all different generations. We’ve made a lot of progress, fruitful progress. What did you hear the employees saying specifically? And the picture was taken by a wonderful young photographer, Tyler Mitchell, who had previously photographed Beyonce for us, and also a wildly successful December cover of Harry Styles. Conde Nast has lost hundreds of millions in the past few years, and the pandemic has led to more layoffs during the pandemic. And on the inside picture, she has a super chic blue pantsuit. OK. We release every Monday and Thursday. And so I think age is a number. And, obviously, it’s a historic moment for women of color, for America. So I think that fed into the social unrest — that there was just a general sense of unease. Kara Swisher is a veteran journalist and a contributing Opinion writer. And it’s been hit pretty hard in the pandemic, for sure. That I think the emphasis will be much more on quality, and creativity, and clothes having emotional meaning. So what do you think about the work-from-home wardrobe? Can you tell me about the cover shoot, and how you got her to do this? “Sway” is a production of New York Times Opinion. They’re even a partner with Vogue. Yes. I’m going to hire this many people of various kinds. But right now, I’m really focused on what the next chapter is for Conde Nast. Reformation. Anna Wintour on the Kamala Harris Vogue Cover. “We all need, at some point or another, to have someone say: ‘Yeah, that’s how you were made, and that’s perfect. “Sway” is a new interview show hosted by Kara Swisher, “Silicon Valley’s most feared and well liked journalist.” Now taking on Washington, Hollywood and the world, Kara investigates power: who has it, who’s been denied it, and who dares to defy it. I lead several committees myself, including a diversity and inclusivity committee group at Vogue, where we have monthly discussions and that covers everything from whatever might be going on in the world to things that are very specific to the company. If you’re listening on the Times website and want to get each new episode of “Sway” and a subscription to Anna’s tennis channel, download a podcast app like Stitcher or Google Podcasts, then search for “Sway” and hit subscribe. Every Monday and Thursday, from New York Times Opinion. And I understand the appeal of having your own voice. It’s been a busy week for Vogue and Anna Wintour. But the business, obviously, is changing too. Then hit subscribe. Kara Swisher is the host of “Sway,” the new twice-weekly interview podcast about power by New York Times Opinion. Chief executive John Matze calls his social media platform a “neutral town square.” Kara Swisher disag… How do they actually use it? I mean, I think that throughout Conde Nast, we’re encouraging all of our editors to work with a wide range of writers, and photographers, and videographers, and really to be very open to everything that we’re seeing in the world. Those numbers are of just solo covers. I think one thing that we were talking about, even before the pandemic, was the cycle of fashion was moving far too fast and the emphasis was so much on what’s new. Direct-to-consumer. Every Monday and Thursday, from New York Times Opinion. Twice weekly, Scott Galloway and Kara Swisher host Pivot, a New York Magazine podcast about business, technology, and politics. In a multiday social media maelstrom, a leaked cover photo that Anna Wintour originally described as “joyful,” “casual” and “accessible” was deemed “disrespectful” by Twitter. And I think there’s been a lack of leadership on the pandemic, there’s no question. I’m going to hear this many voices. I feel it’s a very welcoming image. Is there anything else you want to do? But I also would argue that, once we do reemerge — and hopefully, that will be over the summer and into the fall — I think people are going to really want to dress up, and have fun with fashion, and enjoy it, and want to go, out and think about what they’re wearing not just from the waist up. I’m mentoring a number of young people within the company, and encouraging others within the company in leadership positions to do exactly that. And I didn’t get the gene, I suppose. Kara, who became a Times contributor in 2018, will start producing a twice-weekly show that will make its debut in the fall. And there is also a sense of, I can be independent and I can make my own way. In the last six months, there have been five, including the September 2020 issue, featured a Black woman. So last May, you actually wrote an op-ed for Vogue.com, urging President-elect Joe Biden to choose a woman of color to be his Vice President. Then New York Times Contributing Opinion Writer and "Sway" podcast host Kara Swisher discusses his ban from a whole host of social media sites and how social media companies get engagement through enragement and therefore riots should surprise no one. [SINGING] When you walk in the room, do you have sway? We were very open. OK. All right. I think fruit is fantastic — I eat it frequently. I actually work in an industry that is all about change, and that embraces change. So that’s certainly where we’re being exceptionally proactive, as well as widening out the range of writers, photographers, et cetera, that we’re working with. It’s a distribution system, though. No tie-dyeing. Remember? Do you use TikTok and Instagram heavily? Or —. These discussions took place at company-wide meetings. That Doesn’t Change Overnight. New York Times Contributing Opinion Writer and "Sway" podcast host Kara Swisher says social media companies get engagement through enragement. First of all, with everyone wearing more comfortable clothes from home — I think I even saw a photo of you wearing sweatpants — tell me about your sweatpants situation. Food Delivery Is Keeping Uber Alive. So subscribe to this one. I think what’s going to happen is that a lot more people are going to continue to work remotely. We want nothing but to celebrate Vice President-elect Harris’s amazing victory and the important moment this is in America’s history, and particularly for women of color, all over the world. New York Magazine Editor-at-Large and Co-Founder, Recode Kara Swisher is the editor-at-large of New York Magazine, co-founder of Recode, producer and host the Pivot podcast and co-executive producer of the Code Conference series. When you talked about that, did you reflect, for example — let me take one, not hiring enough Black creators or Black photographers, for example. And I think that’s been very confusing and damaging. Well, there were many different discussions. That was some dress. Power, unpacked. We heard the complaints and the issues that have been raised by everybody who works at Conde Nast, and we’re working towards, I think, a lot of very positive change. But I do feel this emphasis on disposable fashion is very difficult when you look at sustainability, and you look at climate change, that I think that we do all need to slow down and think about what values we care about. And I think it’s very much in character. BumbleCast ™ will help you achieve your podcasting goals, whether you're a solo creator, a non-profit, a big business, or anything in between. Do you follow any of the influencers on Instagram, or anywhere else? Fair point. So I think you need to look at us as both a huge influencer, and a curator, and first and foremost, as fashion journalists. And you said, quote, I take full responsibility for those mistakes. No, that was done by my features team. New York Times contributor and host of the podcast “Sway,” Kara Swisher joins Stephanie Ruhle to discuss her interview with the CEO of Parler and … This is a show about how influence happens in America and around the world. And as print and more traditional revenue streams decline, we’re very focused on the consumer — whether that’s through paywall, or subscriptions, or membership, or e-commerce, or events, or experiences, or all the things that involve our consumer, that obviously is another area that we are deeply committed to investing in as well. So issues that may exist in the United States are somewhat different elsewhere in the world. No. They’re not un-similar to what’s happening in entertainment or media. But I think where we, maybe, were not active enough was involving enough people throughout the company to make sure that the initiatives that we were launching and discussing were hearing enough voices. Have I swayed you yet? So I don’t think it would be correct to single out Conde Nast as being the sole place where this was happening. But now there are influencers, and thinkfluencers, and social media accounts. We have a new Vice President that is going to solve all the many problems that he created, and are going to take the current situation in hand, and organize a correct distribution of the vaccine, and put us back where we should be on the world map. And I just would like to emphasize again that I think that these were conversations that were happening in companies all over the world at that particular point in the summer, and that we have moved to a much better place. The messages were very, very mixed. Nearly two years ago, we announced that Kara Swisher would be joining The New York Times as a contributor, bringing her fearlessness, … And I think a lot of it has been emphasized by the learning that we’ve had during Covid, and the fact that so many stores have been closed. Every Monday and Thursday, from New York Times Opinion. You just said President Trump is irrelevant, or is not relevant. So, yes, it may be more relaxed when you’re working from home, as it is right now. Employees were very publicly talking about racism and diversity issues. Kara Swisher talks to him on the Sway podcast. That’s right. Do you expect to be on the receiving end of any controversy about it? Kara Swisher joins me to talk about her new podcast with the New York Times, Sway. Words like fruitful are somewhat opaque to me. We are very committed to being a much more diverse workplace and more diverse in our content. Power, unpacked. We committed to a 15% outside contributor pledge with Aurora James’ 15% pledge. John Matze. They own Shopbop. She is an editor at large of New York Media, executive producer of the Code Conference and, by her own description, a “sparkly vampire.”. I am locked into my generation. Well, my brother works for The Guardian newspaper, first as a political editor and then the diplomatic editor. I spoke with her last Friday about her 32-year tenure as editor-in-chief of Vogue. But I believe that fashion needs to change and to evolve. Well, they said that, and then, now, they’re making shows. Or why do you think —. Yeah. But at the same time, I do feel that having a sense of community and being involved and connected to a title — whether it’s GQ, or Wired, or Teen Vogue, whatever it may be — I think that is very important to journalists. Do you have ambitions in other sectors? Sway The New York Times From New York Times Opinion Audio, “Sway” is a new podcast with Kara Swisher about power – and holding those who have it accountable, coming Monday, September 21. And we have discussed all numbers of kinds of content, and who contributors to that content should and would best be to fulfill those roles. And he had the wonderful idea of putting her in front of the colors of her sorority, which are sort of like a pink and a green. I think that my very first September cover for Vogue was Naomi Campbell, and that was considered a little bit surprising at that time. Times Opinion is teaming up with Kara Swisher on a new podcast about power and influence. Yes. Did you want to put her in other clothes? Well, I feel, like we have here, they’ve mismanaged the messaging on the virus. America’s Caste System Is 400 Years Old. So how does that manifest in your day-to-day in terms of listening? A podcast about power, hosted by Kara Swisher (@karaswisher). And how does their power shape your life? That’s right. Did you pitch her yourself? I think the reason that I felt so strongly about it — like so many of us, we were so disappointed and let down by the last election results. How much money did you make from it personally? And we very much wanted to have this cover around the time of the inauguration because we felt that it would be such a moment of celebration and joy. Why hadn’t that been stack-ranked as a leader? And then within the company, we have launched several really strong programs — a mentoring program within different titles, and then a reverse-mentoring program. But there is this idea — someone sent me a note saying the runway is now the bathroom to the kitchen. But the very next day, the February cover photo leaked and the internet reacted — and not in a good way. Print is dying, the margins on digital content are still low — although rising. And what impact will it have? So it’s hard for me not to be concerned and interested. I think that Jeff has a wonderful leader for Amazon Fashion in Christine Beauchamp. You’ve pulled yourself off the Trump councils. Well, I think we reflect on a lot of things in hindsight. She rose to prominence as an early reporter in technology on the dawn of the internet age, having co-founded The Wall Street Journal’s “All Things Digital” and, later, “Recode,” which was sold to Vox Media in 2015. These are her own clothes? Every Monday and Thursday, from New York Times Opinion. They’re moving into areas that you didn’t think they were moving into. So I think it was a statement whereby I was trying to make it very clear in that email, specifically, to Vogue that I was available, that I wanted to listen, that I acknowledged there had been mistakes made in the past and that we wanted to move forward and make sure, as much as we possibly could, that it would not happen again. The chief people officer is very committed to putting forward, whenever there is an opening, a very diverse slate of candidates. And I think everybody everywhere, throughout the world, questioning so many different issues. It’s not just that people are doing this and using these new forms of communication. On the "Sway" podcast, Kara Swisher talks with the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and historian Isabel Wilkerson about the raid at the U.S. Capitol, and why a rush to move on would be a mistake. It’s just one of the many different things people had raised. You know tie-dyeing is a big thing on TikTok, in case you’re interested. We also discuss her twenty year career on the tech beat, 500 episodes of Recode Decode, and discovering the big dog, Scott Galloway, for her podcast Pivot. Right. And I think it’s one of the reasons that I was drawn to fashion journalism in the beginning, is because you’re always thinking about what’s going to be new and exciting. But I think when people do go back to a more relatively normal life, they’re going to go back to enjoying and loving fashion. If you’re in a podcast app already, you know how to subscribe to a podcast. “Sway” is produced by Nayeema Raza, Heba Elorbany, Matt Kwong and Vishakha Darbha; edited by Adam Teicholz and Paula Szuchman; with music and sound-design by Isaac Jones. Listen and subscribe. [MUSIC PLAYING]. Every job is posted within the company. I don’t think I’m — I’m as strong as I have been. And I think if you look at a number of the great designers who’ve defined different decades, and then you look at the next generation and you see that it’s very different and has a completely sometimes opposite point of view, but a completely different point of view. And I think, if you look at the editors in-chief that I brought into the company since I became artistic director, it’s an extremely diverse group of people. They’re using smartphone data to make customized t-shirts on Made For YOU. [CHUCKLES]. A podcast about power, hosted by Kara Swisher (@karaswisher). A podcast about power, hosted by Kara Swisher (@karaswisher). I don’t think that it was about one specific issue, Kara. But I think you and I are both painfully aware that the glory days of publishing are long-gone. So one of the companies that has gotten very heavily into it — Amazon, in its quest for world domination is now number one fashion retailer in the US. That, that dress means something, it’s something that you might want to give to your children. Correct. I feel very strongly about the women that have graced our covers in the past few months. And I think, if you look at what we have been doing within the company, and our many diversity and inclusivity initiatives, and the mentorship programs that we have started, and the incredible woman that we’ve hired to head up diversity and inclusivity globally, I think that anyone who works at Conde Nast would see — of course we’re not perfect and there’s a lot more work to be done— that we have heard, we have listened and we are moving forward. In an exclusive interview on this episode of “Sway,” Ms. Wintour discusses the magazine cover, diversity concerns at Condé Nast, the future of the fashion industry — and whether Jeff Bezos could be the next Anna Wintour. I think by the time we publish, she will be the vice president. This episode of “Sway” was produced by Nayeema Raza, Heba Elorbany, Matt Kwong and Vishakha Darbha and edited by Paula Szuchman; fact-checking by Michelle Harris; music and sound design by Isaac Jones; mixing by Erick Gomez. Is there anything else you want to do? “Sway” is a new interview show hosted by Kara Swisher, “Silicon Valley’s most feared and well liked journalist.” Now taking on Washington, Hollywood and the world, Kara investigates power: who has it, who’s been denied it, and who dares to defy it. I mean, if you look at the power of Vogue throughout the world, I can’t remember the exact numbers, but I think our role in today’s unbelievably crowded world is to curate and to make sense of everything that’s out there. In 2018, Swisher became a contributing writer to The New York Times Opinion Section. So she was very clear on what she wanted to wear. You don’t engage in it yourself. Let's take a deeper look now at big tech moves against the president on social media with Kara swisher. Read more in this note from James Bennet, Katie Kingsbury, Jim Dao and Paula Szuchman. In The New York Times Opinion Section, Georgia’s secretary of state infuriated President Trump when he stood by Georgia’s presidential election results. So can you give me an example of what you’re doing to change the culture. Sep 11, 2020 Ever since tech journalist Kara Swisher announced in April that she was moving to the New York Times, it has been expected she would helm a new podcast for the newspaper company’s growing audio portfolio. And I think that’s the lesson learned from the summer, is that it isn’t about a singular initiative, or a singular committee. Kara Swisher to Launch Podcast With Opinion. I mean, there was a rumor that you were interested in being an ambassador. Edited by Paula Szuchman. When we spoke last week, Wintour told me that she found the cover welcoming and relaxed. OK. All right. And, of course, fashion reflects the culture and the times that we’re living in. I look at it, I see it. Shared economy on fashion, rent the runway, the RealReal, how do you reflect on the shifts that are happening? And I think I would like to say, also, I think, for Vogue globally. Is that the piece we can expect going forward? More with Anna Wintour after the break. So many journalists are moving away from large companies. Why did you feel the need to weigh in on that? That one has to listen to everybody within the company, and to hear all voices, and to make sure that those voices and those people within the company, feel free to raise their voices when they feel it’s necessary. And they were in touch with her office, but it was very much a conversation between Vogue and the vice president-elect’s office. Ms. Wintour said in a follow-up statement to “Sway,” “Obviously we have heard and understood the reaction to the print cover and I just want to reiterate that it was absolutely not our intention to, in any way, diminish the importance of the vice president-elect’s incredible victory.”. It’s a show about power. Is that something that you were not trained in? And, obviously, Bon Appetit’s editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport did after staff accused him of discriminatory practices. You have a much bigger role now, a business role. By Sunday, that photo was released as a digital cover, along with the one that was originally leaked. Some took issue with the styling and the pose, others with the lighting. Have you thought and self-reflected on why that didn’t happen given you were the editor of the publication? Is that a threat to institutions? There’s no Instagram version of you. Kara Swisher is a contributing Opinion writer. All right. 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