Graydon Carter and TPG reportedly in talks over new media company: New York Post

Graydon Carter, the former editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair, is reportedly in talks with TPG Capital, about his new media company, which could launch before the end of the year, according to the New York Post. The venture would focus on “at least at first, on wealthy and famous European families, including Britain’s royal family,” said the newspaper. When contacted by the Post, TPG, which owns a stake in Vice Media, declined comment. Carter ended his 25-year-run at the Condé Nast publication last December.