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Topic: Time magazine

Time Names Obama Person of the Year for 'Historic' Re-election

Rick Stengel calls Obama a 'symbol of the new America'

Time named President Barrack Obama its Person of the Year—a choice that's not surprising, given the president's hard-won re-election, but unusual nonetheless. Time managing editor Rick Stengel revealed the magazine's…

Who Should Be Time's Person of the Year?

Newt Gingrich, Bryan Cranston, Matt Lauer and others sit down to discuss

At the Time & Life building in New York this afternoon, media types convened over lunch to hear a rather diverse panel of newsmakers—including former Speaker of the House Newt…

Time Inc. Titles Finally Available on Apple Newsstand

Digital subscription prices to remain comparable to print

Time Inc., the last major publisher missing from the Apple Newsstand, has finally given into the tech giant. Today, the No. 1 U.S. publisher announced that monthly and annual digital…

Twitter Goes Way Beyond 140 Characters

Users can view snippets of articles within tweets from NY Times, Wall St. Journal

Twitter is the new RSS feed (only normal people actually use it). It's a cliched line—and one that can be applied to Facebook as well as Twitter—but the San Francisco-based…

The Breast of Advertising

From Hooters to the cover of 'Time,' does the strategy sell or repel?

Sales were “crazy, crazy,” at Sal Ali’s grocery and news shop in Manhattan, where issues of Time magazine featuring a controversial cover on attachment parenting were selling off the rack.…

The 10 Most Controversial Mag Covers (Recently) Published

These images shocked, awed, made you buy and/or made you talk

Sex sells. If it bleeds, it leads. There is value to shock—you don't have to be slinging dirt for TMZ to understand that. Some of the most controversial images ever…

Provocative 'Time' and 'Newsweek' Covers Are Newsstand Hits

Controversial pics pay off for newsweeklies

Shock still sells, especially on the newsstand. According to MagNet’s industry insights, Time’s provocative “Are You Mom Enough?” issue—featuring a mother breastfeeding her 3-year-old boy—and Newsweek’s “The First Gay President,”…

Moms Respond to 'Time' Breastfeeding Cover

Breastfeeding your kid is A-ok, but doing it to sell magazines isn't

By this point, it's safe to assume that you've probably seen the controversial cover of the latest Time magazine. The picture of 26-year-old Jamie Lynn Grumet (who happens to be…

Time.com Launches First Sports Blog, Keeping Score

Content will cover sports and culture worldwide

In the past few years, Time.com has rolled out a number of new verticals covering everything from technology to health to politics. But until now, the site hasn't had a…

Hot List: Magazines

See what magazine brands are taking chances and embracing change

General Interest Time As newsweeklies in general struggle for relevance, Time has hung tough, increasing readership along the way. In a dramatic news year, the magazine showed it may be big, but…

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