“60 Minutes” Talks To “New Yorker” Cartoon Editor Bob Mankoff On How He Picks The Cartoons

by • March 24, 2014 • FunnyComments (0)3183

For nine decades, The New Yorker has consistently maintained an unparalleled level of excellence within its pages.  This high quality is not only confined to its written content — it also applies to the magazine’s iconic cartoons which have been making countless people laugh around the world ever since its first issue.  60 Minutes recently caught up with The New Yorker‘s cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff, to learn more about what goes into choosing the perfect cartoon for each issue.  Turns out, Mankoff himself is worth the 60 Minutes profile in his own right.

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