The news cycle isn't slowing down at Time Inc., which just a week after announcing a major restructuring, is reorganizing its editorial division.
This week, AWNY hosted its annual Changing the Game Awards, new creatives were inducted into AAF’s Hall of Fame and the Tribeca Film Festival was in full swing.
After starting as a fact checker at Time in 1985, working her way through the ranks to become one of America's top magazine writers with over 100 cover stories and […]
Time.com has made another round of hires and pushed back the target date of its long-anticipated relaunch. The hires—announced by Nancy Gibbs and Edward Felsenthal, managing editors, respectively, of Time and Time.com—are: —Nikhil Kumar, who was named senior editor, Time International, and joins Time from The Independent;
This morning on NBC's Today show, Time's new managing editor Nancy Gibbs announced that Pope Francis is the magazine’s 2013 Person of the Year.
Two days after being named to the top position at Time (although she's been effectively runnning the magazine since July), Nancy Gibbs has made her first round of hires as managing editor.
Time deputy managing editor Nancy Gibbs was promoted today to be the magazine's top editor, making her the 17th person—and first woman—to hold the position in its 90-year history. Her appointment is effective immediately.