The media baron Samuel Irwin Newhouse Jr. commonly known as Si Newhouse died at the age of 89 at his New York Residence.
He was the owner of many renowned publications like The New Yorker, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Architectural Digest and many other magazines.
These publications had a great influence over the American culture, social and varies other fields.
The humble beginning of Si Newhouse career at Code` Nast in 1961 had a tremendous growth and he becomes the Chairman of the media group in 1975
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Read an obituary note by David Remnick the editor of The New Yorker here at POSTSCRIPT
He was indeed a wonderful guide and motivator to the people connected with him.
Read some of the testimonies/tributes from his colleagues here on this post: Si Newhouse Reactions and Tributes.
Source: The Newyork Times