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Topic: Time

Time, Sports Illustrated's Boston Marathon Coverage

Newsweekly to release tablet-only special issue

Time magazine will release a free, tablet-only issue dedicated to the Boston explosions this Thursday. (The magazine’s print edition, which had already been planned around the annual Time 100 list,…

ASME Names Magazine of the Year Finalists

Honors print and digital excellence

Following last week’s nominations for the 2013 National Magazine Awards, the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) has announced the finalists for the year’s top prize, Magazine of the Year,…

Wired Still Connected After Two Decades

A magazine devoted to covering the digital disruption that threatens the publishing business ends up thriving

They say timing is everything. As luck would have it, in January 1993, a convergence of technology and talent forged the first consumer magazine that would define—and in essence, become—the voice…

End of Saturday Delivery Puts Magazines, Newpapers in Bind

Change set to take effect Aug. 5

Weekly newsmagazines, already challenged to stay relevant when news is available around the clock, now have to figure out how to make sure they get in readers’ hands on a…

Time Inc. Cuts 6 Percent of Staff

Half of layoffs are New York-based

As expected, CEO Laura Lang announced widespread layoffs at Time Inc. today. If there's a silver lining, it's that the number—about 480, or 6 percent of the global headcount of…

Time Cuts Back in 2013

In unusual step, weekly will publish three double issues

In an unusual step for Time, the newsweekly is publishing three fewer issues this year, for a total of 48. Time usually only had one double issue, its year-end Person…

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 Moves to Responsive Design

News brand tries to capitalize on mobile traffic

Time magazine says it isn’t going to follow Newsweek’s move to a digital-only publication. But nor is it ignoring the shift towards mobile news reading. And so Oct. 21, Time…

After Newsweek, Is Writing on Wall for Newsweeklies?

Category seen as first to die out

Newsweek, now facing a digital-only future, isn’t the only newsweekly that’s struggling in print. Fellow mass-audience title Time is down 19 percent in ad pages in the first half of…

Newsweek Announces Digital-Only Plans

Scrutiny turns to Time magazine

Newsweek is going digital-only in 2013, a move that will be felt most immediately in the newsmagazine category but which points to challenges facing the publishing industry overall. Ending months of…

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