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Topic: Time.com

Time Relaunches Web Redesign

Site looks to catch up to online rivals

Time rolled out its long awaited Web redesign Wednesday night, and lest anyone miss it, it's debuting in tandem with an elaborate multimedia project on the new One World Trade…

Time.com Makes More Hires Ahead of Relaunch

New target date set for relaunch

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…

Will Time.com be Able to Catch up to Rivals?

Ahead of redesign, a look at how the site stacks up

With its long-delayed redesign expected to go live in the next six weeks, Time.com has its sights set on being a 24-7 news destination. It’s already shown significant traffic growth…

Nancy Gibbs Makes First Moves at Time

Digital team continues expansion

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…

Time.com Is on a Hiring Spree

Plans for big relaunch in early fall

Here’s a story you might not expect to come out of Time Inc.: Time.com is on a hiring binge. Two months after several higher-ups left in a round of cost-cutting,…

Former NewsBeast Exec Editor Lands at Time.com

Edward Felsenthal named managing editor of Time's website

Edward Felsenthal, Tina Brown's former No. 2 at the Daily Beast, is joining Time magazine as the new managing editor of Time.com. He'll replace Time.com managing editor Cathy Sharick, who was…

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…

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…

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