|Type of site||Current events, culture|
The Awl is a website about current events and culture based in New York City. The site was founded in early 2009 by David Cho and former Gawker editors Choire Sicha and Alex Balk. The current editors are Matt Buchanan and John Herrman. It was published by John Shankman until May 2014 and is now published by Michael Macher. In 2011, David Cho left the Awl to join ESPN-affiliated sports site Grantland.
The Awl has four sister sites: Splitsider, a comedy website; The Hairpin, a site geared toward women; The Wirecutter, a consumer electronics blog; and The Billfold, a blog with a focus on personal finances.
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- Hayden, Erik (8 September 2010). "Gawker Slays Newspapers, Shrugs". The Atlantic Wire. Retrieved 2013-09-04.
- Pressman, Matt (21 April 2009). "Choire Sicha's Plea: Stay Away, Stupid People!". Vanity Fair. Retrieved 2013-09-04.
- McGann, Laura (14 June 2010). "The Awl wants to win on the web with great writing, not SEO tricks". Nieman Journalism Lab. Retrieved 2013-09-04.
- "The Awl: Weekend Companion". Retrieved 2014-06-05.
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