Jim Frederick Named Editor of Time International

Move leaves vacancy at Time.com

There’s been another change at Time magazine. Jim Frederick, the managing editor of Time.com, was promoted to editor of Time International. That job was last held by Michael Elliott, who left in June to run Bono’s ONE charitable foundation.

Time International has lost some of its prowess in recent years, but Rick Stengel, managing editor of Time, said he plans to "go all in" with the brand.

In Frederick, he picked someone with digital skills (he took on the website in 2010, succeeding Josh Tyrangiel, who went to Bloomberg Businessweek); international skills (as a senior Time editor in London, he helped coordinate overseas coverage, and reported from Tokyo and Iraq), and business chops, thanks to an MBA he earned from NYU.

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