The Daily Distiller will be as diverse as its readers, including a variety of interests more indicative of the wide range of stories that internet users read on the web every day. The publication will cover topics like sports, culture, business and tech, along with traditional news, but will also include original cartoons, must-reads, music recommendations, and more.
In short, The Daily Distiller will cover everything that its readers need to know to start their day.
Co-founder Bobby Samuels brings a discerning journalistic sensibility to the publication from his days as President of The Crimson, Harvard's student newspaper. That sensibility, Samuels says, will inform The Daily Distiller's approach to news. The editors will respect the intellect of their readers, presenting the news in a way that allows readers to form their own opinions.
Co-founder Eric Brewster, former President of Harvard's campus comedy magazine The Lampoon, will provide a touch of humor.
Brewster and Samuels are adamant that they are their own target audience: busy, active, college-educated Millennials who simply want a smarter way to start their day. Based on the recognition that their peers value culture, humor, tech, and sports at least as much as traditional news stories, The Daily Distiller is the culmination of that view.
Interested users can sign up now at thedailydistiller.com to get a new edition every weekday morning.
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SOURCE The Daily Distiller