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Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg was named Time Person of the Year

Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder of Facebook, was yesterday named Time magazine's 2010 person of the year. Every year Time magazine gives its accolade "to the person or thing judged to have most... | Editors Weblog – 2010-12-16

Time Out editor launches mag as antidote to 'throwaway media'

Time Out's international editor Marcus Webb is launching a premium-priced quarterly magazine that promises to be the opposite of fast-paced "throwaway" media. | Media Week – 2010-12-13

CNBC launches real-time financial news iPad app

CNBC, the business and financial news channel, has released a free iPad app to allow City workers to keep up to date with their portfolios on the go and watch CNBC video-on-demand. | Media Week – 2010-12-09

Time Inc. Reaches Tentative Agreement with Labor Advocate

The labor group that represents roughly 300 employees at Time Inc. says it has reached a tentative agreement with the consumer publisher that could result in a three-year contract for staffers it... | Folio Mag – 2010-07-19

Everybody’s Business: Online, We Pay With Our Time Spent Searching

Even if you don’t pay for TV shows, they aren’t exactly gratis: you can spend 5 to 10 minutes searching, on sites like Hulu.com or Clicker.com. | New York Times – 2010-07-10

Shed Media confirms talks with Time Warner

BANGALORE (Reuters) - British television production company Shed Media on Monday confirmed it was in offer talks with Warner Bros Entertainment Inc, a unit of Hollywood media group Time Warner . | Reuters – 2010-06-21

CEO: Time to Change Name of Journal Register Co.?

CEO John Paton (left), who is 60 days into a very public campaign to remake the Journal Register Co. "from a collection of newspapers into a true multi-platform news and information media company,"... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-04-05

Karen Tumulty To Washington Post: Time Veteran Leaving Magazine

Time magazine's Karen Tumulty will soon be joining the Washington Post as the paper's national political correspondent, according to a memo obtained by POLITICO. | The Huffington Post – 2010-03-30

Dav Pilkey Trades Underpants for Time Travel

Do cavemen wear underpants? Readers may soon find out when Scholastic's Blue Sky Press imprint... | Publishers Wekly – 2010-03-18

TIME magazine editor becomes freelancer, blogger

While the news industry is frantically searching for solutions and new directions, journalists' lives have been disrupted by cutbacks and job changes. | Poynter Institute – 2010-03-15

Chasing Real-Time Raindrops in an Ocean of Content

The Web is huge. And growing. Faster everyday. It's almost like an ocean where there's no evaporation (the data on the Web stays there virtually forever), but yet, it's always raining in it. The... | ReadWriteWeb – 2010-03-11

At 10 Years, A Magazine Finds Time To Celebrate

In its 10th anniversary issue, the magazine Real Simple looks at what it most wants to save you. | New York Times – 2010-03-07

Starting a New Publishing Business— A Transformative Time in Life

A new biography of Henry Luce recounts how hard it was for him to raise funding for what, in 1922, was still called Fact, “the weekly newspaper.” “It’s an awful strain on the nerves,” he wrote,... | Folio Mag – 2010-02-28

One-Time Dissident Stockholder Scott Galloway Leaving New York Times Co. Board

Scott Galloway, the Firebrand Partners chief who teamed up with Harbinger Capital Partners to challenge family management at The New York Times Co. in 2008 and wound up on its board of directors, is... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-18

Tribune Co. Gets More Time to File Bankruptcy Re-org Plan

Judge Kevin Carey of U.S. Bankruptcy Court agreed Thursday to give Tribune until March 31 to submit its plan. Carey delayed hearing a request from Tribune's committee of unsecured creditors for... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-18

Parted From Time Warner, AOL Posts a Small Profit

The chief executive, Tim Armstrong, said AOL had become a “leaner and more nimble organization,” having cut costs sharply. | New York Times – 2010-02-04

Ad Revs Fell 22 Percent at Time Inc. in 2009

Time Warner reported Wednesday that its publishing unit, Time Inc., generated $3.7 billion in revenue in 2009, down 19 percent from 2008. Those losses were fueled largely by a 22 percent or $541... | Folio Mag – 2010-02-03

Time Warner profit tops estimates, dividend raised

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Time Warner Inc reported stronger-than-expected quarterly results courtesy of hit movies such as "Sherlock Holmes" and "The Hangover," and it became the second major media... | Reuters – 2010-02-03

Time Warner Reverses Loss and Raises Dividend

The company said that Improving results at its movie studio and cable networks lifted fourth-quarter revenue, and smaller one-time expenses helped it reverse last year’s losses. | New York Times – 2010-02-03

Decline in One-Time Costs Lifts Gannett

The publishing company, which earned $133.6 million in the last quarter, said lower costs helped it beat estimates of Wall Street analysts. | New York Times – 2010-02-02

Time Inc. and Smithsonian Strike Ad Sales Partnership

Smithsonian magazine is about to get a lot more sales representation. Time Inc. said Monday that it has partnered with Smithsonian Media to include the brand in its corporate sales efforts. | Folio Mag – 2010-02-01

Time Warner and Fox Extend Talks Overnight

Hours before a contract over retransmission rights for Fox stations was set to expire, the F.C.C. asked the companies to keep talking. | New York Times – 2010-01-01

'E&P' Goes to Press, Possibly for Last Time?

Yesterday, at 2 p.m., we shipped the possibly final issue of Editor & Publisher from our office here at Astor Place in New York City. For the record, it is the January 2010 issue, so we made it into... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-12-29

Time Spent Dips, at Newspaper Web Sites

The average amount of time spent per person at the nation's top newspaper Web sites took a hit in November -- but there were some successes. Among them: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-12-22

Time to end press self regulation?

With recent cases such as the furore over the coverage of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, do we need a tighter reign on the newspaper industry? | BBC – 2009-04-02

BA says time is 'right' for e-cards

Independent booksellers have criticised the... | The Book Seller – 2009-04-02

Time Warner to invest $241.5 million in broadcaster CME

PRAGUE (Reuters) - U.S. media group Time Warner is paying $241.5 million for a 31 percent stake in Central European Media Enterprises (CME) , giving CME cash to navigate an economic slowdown in its... | Reuters – 2009-03-23

Time Inc. Tests Customizable Magazine

Mega magazine publisher Time Inc. is testing the waters for a free customizable magazine. The five-issue, 10-week experiment allows readers to go online and select content from five Time Inc. | Folio Mag – 2009-03-19

Columbus 'Ledger-Enquirer' Cuts Jobs for Third Time in Less Than a Year

The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer says it is eliminating 20 positions, the third time in less than a year the newspaper has cut its work force. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-18

Daily News CEO Blasts Time Magazine for Top 10 List

Time magazine's web site has listed the "10-most endangered newspapers in America" -- which includes the Philadelphia Daily News at the top of the list. | KYW News Radio 1060 – 2009-03-13

Shoe-Throwing Iraqi Journalist Gets Jail Time

The Iraqi journalist who threw shoes at then-President George W. Bush was convicted Thursday of assaulting a foreign leader and sentenced to three years in prison, lawyers said. He defiantly shouted... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-12

Health Care Journalists Reveal Fewer Resources, and Time, in Survey

The report, presented by the Association of Health Care Journalists and the Kaiser Family Foundation, stated: "health care journalists cited newsroom cutbacks, lack of time for research and travel... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-11

Time Inc. Mulls Making Time, People Sites Subscription-Based

As the sustainability of free content online continues to be debated, Time Inc. | Folio Mag – 2009-03-10

Time Warner to complete cable spin-off next month

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The long-expected spin-off of Time Warner Cable Inc will be completed next month, taking parent Time Warner Inc another step closer to becoming a pure media content company. | Reuters – 2009-02-26

Condé, Time Inc. Lead Digital Awards Nominees

Nominees for the Magazine Publishers of America's third annual Digital Awards have been announced. And, as usual, Time Inc. and Condé Nast-owned properties dominate the field of finalists. | Folio Mag – 2009-02-25

Gordon Thomson quits as Time Out London editor

LONDON - Time Out London's editor Gordon Thomson has resigned after four and a half years at the helm of the listings magazine. | Media Week – 2009-02-24

Time Warner to split content, distribution businesses

Your Views! Time Warner plans to split the company's media content and distribution businesses through a "spin-off" of Time Warner Cable by the end of March. | Hindustan Times – 2009-02-20

Time Warner reports loss and plans job cuts

The media and entertainment giant was hurt by a $24.2 billion write-down for its cable, publishing and AOL assets and said it would shrink its work force 3 percent this year. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-02-05

Citing Write-Down, Time Warner Posts Loss and Forecasts Flat Year

The media company reported a fourth-quarter loss, hurt by a $24.2 billion write-down for its cable, publishing and AOL assets. | New York Times – 2009-02-05

TIME Magazine Preview: Saving Newspapers -- And Abe Lincoln Backs Obama Stimulus Plan?

NEW YORK Coming from TIME magazine tomorrow is a major piece by Walter Isaacson on how to save newspapers. Excerpt below. Here is link online: | Editor & Publisher – 2009-02-05

Time Warner swings to 4Q loss on hefty writedown

Media and entertainment giant Time Warner Inc. reported a fourth-quarter loss, hurt by a previously expected $24.2 billion writedown for its cable, publishing and AOL assets. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-02-04

Time Warner posts loss; cable spinoff plans 1,250 layoffs

Time Warner on Wednesday reported a fourth-quarter loss, hurt by a $24.2 billion write-down for its cable, publishing and AOL assets, and Time Warner Cable said it is laying off 1,250 people over... | USA Today – 2009-02-04

Two newspaper publishers get more time from lenders

Reuters - U.S. newspaper publishers AH Belo Corp and Morris Publishing announced agreements with their lenders on Monday that give them more time to pay their debt even as advertising revenue falls. | Reuters – 2009-02-03

Gannett Stock Hits All-Time Low

Shares of Gannett Co. Inc. fell to their lowest level ever Tuesday on heavy trading. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-03

Morris Publishing buys time with lenders

Morris Publishing Group LLC, which last week hired legal counsel and financial advisers to investigate its options, has worked out a deal with its lenders that gives it an extra 30 days without... | BizJournals – 2009-02-02

Time Inc. Teams Up With Verizon Wireless to Provide Digital Content for the Verizon Hub

NEW YORK and BASKING RIDGE, N.J. , Feb. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Time Inc., the country's largest magazine publisher and one of the largest content companies in the world, and Verizon Wireless, the... | Broadcast Newsroom – 2009-02-02

EXCLUSIVE: Time Spent on Newspaper Sites Drops in December

The Presidential election was very good for newspaper Web sites. The month following? Not so great. As E&P reported, most newspaper Web sites experienced a drop-off in the number of unique visitors... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-01-26

Time Inc. to Sell Direct Sales Business

Time Inc. announced late Wednesday that it has put direct sales business Southern Living at Home, part of its Southern Progress Corp. subsidiary, on the block. | Folio Mag – 2009-01-22

Gannett offering time off sans pay :Publisher plans 1-week furloughs to avoid job cuts.

NEW YORK -- USA Today publisher Gannett Co. imposed one-week unpaid furloughs for most of its U.S. employees Wednesday, saying the move could help minimize the need for further layoffs amid a severe... | South Bend Tribune – 2009-01-15

Time for Newspaper Folks to Fight Back! Here's How

The CEO of CNHI and the Publisher of Parade issue a joint call: "First and foremost, we have to ignore those self-proclaimed pundits and cynics who believe that newspapers are dead. They are dead... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-01-14

Obama Shatters Newsstand Ceiling for Time

Barack Obama—whose election helped boost newspaper sales and propped up dozens of magazines at the newsstand—appears to have done the same for Time in 2008. | Folio Mag – 2009-01-13

Dennis publishes Computer Buyer for last time

LONDON - Dennis Publishing-owned Computer Buyer is to be axed after 18 years, following a decline in circulation. | Media Week – 2009-01-12

Time Warner still paying for AOL deal

Latest blow is $25 billion write-down to reflect the declining value of America Online. With Time Inc. also losing money, Time Warner may lose its position as biggest U.S. media company. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-01-08

A Time Warner Deal That Keeps Going Downhill

The owner of CNN and Time magazine said that it expected to record a fourth-quarter $25 billion write-down that would lead to an operating loss for the period. | New York Times – 2009-01-08

Time Warner expects $25B charge, 4Q operating loss

Media company Time Warner Inc. said Wednesday that it expects to record a fourth-quarter $25 billion impairment charge for its cable, publishing and AOL units that will lead to an operating loss for... | AP via Yahoo! News – 2009-01-07

Former Time Deputy Managing Editor Named Editor of Harvard Business Review

Longtime Time deputy managing editor Adi Ignatius has left the magazine to become editor-in-chief of Harvard Business Review. Ignatius [pictured] replaces Thomas Stewart, who left the magazine last... | Folio Mag – 2009-01-06

Time Spent at Most Top Newspaper Sites Declined Last Month

The average time spent at 20 of the top 30 newspaper Web sites went down in November compared to the same period a year ago, according to the latest data from Nielsen Online. But uniques were up and... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-12-29

Time Warner subscribers could lose ABC, NBC content if agreement not reached before year's end

If an agreement is not reached between Time Warner and KBMT TV Channel 12 before the current carriage agreement expires after Dec. 31, 2008 cable subscribers could lose ABC and NBC content until a... | Beaumont Enterprise – 2008-12-29

Borders Gets More Time

The deadline for Borders to decide whether it wants to sell its Paperchase subsidiary to Pershing Square, its largest shareholder, has been pushed back to Feb. 16 from Jan. 15. | Publishers Wekly – 2008-12-23

iPrayer: Pope blesses iPhone prayer book just in time for Christmas

Although Apple's iPhone and iPod are primarily designed to deliver music, movies and other entertainment, they're also being used to bring religion to Web 2.0. A prime example: iBreviary, a... | Scientific American – 2008-12-23

Time Cover Sure Looks a Lot Like a Campaign Image

The cover illustration was produced by Shepard Fairey, the street artist who created the prominent “Hope” image of the presidential candidate last winter. | New York Times – 2008-12-22

One-Time Charges, Currency Fluctuations Dent Scholastic Results

Citing current market conditions, one-time charges and currency fluctuations, earnings from continuing operations fell 22%, to $107.8 million on a sales decline of 3.8%. The company is continuing to... | Publishers Wekly – 2008-12-18

Barack Obama named Time magazine's 'Person of the Year'

Time magazine gives its annual Person of the Year award to the US President-elect, Barack Obama. | BBC News – 2008-12-17

More layoffs in book publishing: This time at Macmillan

NEW YORK -- Another book publisher is cutting jobs: Macmillan, where authors include Thomas Friedman, Rick Atkinson and Janet Evanovich, is eliminating 64 positions, just under 4 percent of its work... | The Pantagraph – 2008-12-16

Time Warner raises stake in Eidos

Entertainment software developer Eidos Plc said on Monday Time Warner Entertainment, a unit of media firm Time Warner Inc , bought 10 million shares in Eidos, increasing its stake to 19.92 percent in... | Reuters – 2008-12-15

First-time author shakes up publishing world

One of the publishing year's most surprising success stories is a novel about a man who confronts his demons while holed up for the weekend in a ramshackle cabin in the woods with God, Jesus and the... | Toronto Star – 2008-12-15

Time Warner’s Chief Executive Will Also Be Chairman

Time Warner named Jeffrey L. Bewkes, its chief executive, to the additional role of chairman, in line with a succession plan outlined by the current chairman earlier this year. | New York Times – 2008-12-12

Time to Close Canadian Edition

In a continued effort to cut costs following its major restructuring announcement in October, Time Inc. has decided to close the Canadian edition of Time magazine. The December 29 issue will be its... | Folio Mag – 2008-12-11

Tribune bankruptcy buys time to fix finances

Tribune Co.'s bankruptcy filing gives the struggling newspaper and television station owner time to put its finances in order, and complete the difficult task of finding buyers for some of its... | International Herald Tribune – 2008-12-09

Time Out New York Goes on the Block

The New York edition of Time Out is officially on the block, the company has confirmed. The asking price is approximately $40 million. | Folio Mag – 2008-12-03

Time Magazine sacks Aussie writers

JOURNALISTS at TIME Magazine Magazine Australia are to be sacked as the magazine's owners close editorial offices around the globe. | Daily Telegraph – 2008-11-24

Outside Slows Go; Time Inc. Shutters Spanish SI

Outside magazine has scaled back Outside Go, its two-year-old spin-off for affluent men, to twice-yearly frequency beginning in 2009, its publisher was expected to announce late Friday. As a result,... | Folio Mag – 2008-11-21

Time Inc. closes Cottage Living magazine

NEW YORK - Time Inc., the nation's No. 1 magazine publisher, said Tuesday it would close Cottage Living magazine and its Web site, citing the worsening economy and the... | Boston Herald – 2008-11-19

Time magazine to cut 250 jobs - report

NEW YORK — Time Warner Inc's Time Inc., the world's largest magazine company, is expected to eliminate more than 250 jobs, as part of a larger job cut plan, the New York Post reported on Wednesday. | The Globe and Mail – 2008-11-19

Time Inc. Cuts 92 From Consumer Marketing

As Time Inc. works through its new management structure, expected to result in the loss of a reported 600 jobs, an internal memo from Brian Wolfe, freshly minted as EVP, consumer marketing and... | Folio Mag – 2008-11-13

Gannett Credit Downgraded Again, This Time By S&P

For the second consecutive day, a credit ratings agency on Tuesday downgraded the debt incurred by Gannett Co. Inc. And once more, the agency said it believes the dropping revenue and cash flow at... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-11-11

Report from the Web 2.0 Summit: Time to Make Big Bets

Few would disagree that the impending Obama administration marks the arrival of World 2.0, nor that social media will be a dominant force in the way our nation leads and solves problems across... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-11-11

Time Inc. Seeks Volunteers for Job Cuts at Magazines

Editors asked for about 100 volunteers to give up editorial staff jobs at Time, People, Sports Illustrated and a few other Time Inc. magazines. | New York Times – 2008-11-11

Managing editor to leave Time's Money magazine

The managing editor of Time Warner Inc's Money magazine will step down after completing the December issue, according to a company statement. | Reuters via Yahoo! News – 2008-11-07

Slump in Ads Spreads to Magazine Publishers Time, Conde Nast

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- The drop in advertising that hit U.S. newspapers last year has made its way to magazine publishers Time Inc. , Conde Nast Publications Inc. and Hearst Corp., exacerbated by the... | Bloomberg – 2008-11-05

Time Warner Focuses On Content

The media company reaffirmed plans to separate from its cable division and become more content based. | Forbes – 2008-11-05

Time Inc. Restructuring to Cost $100M

In an update to its 2008 financial outlook, Time Warner today said the recent reorganization and layoffs at Time Inc. will cost the company between $100 million and $125 million in restructuring... | Folio Mag – 2008-11-05

Time Warner Tops Forecasts but Lowers Outlook

Time Warner, the media conglomerate, posted a higher-than-expected third-quarter profit, helped by strong advertising sales and a summer blockbuster movie. | New York Times – 2008-11-05

Magazine publisher Time Inc. set for layoffs

In the face of a sharp drop in advertising, the company will reorganize itself into three new business units. | CNN Money – 2008-10-29

Time Inc. Plans About 600 Layoffs

The restructuring, which will cut 6 percent of the company’s workforce, could alter the culture at the venerable publishing house. | New York Times – 2008-10-29

Magazine publisher Time plans restructuring, job cuts

Time Warner's Time Inc, the world's largest magazine company, plans a restructuring that could lead to as many as 600 job cuts, or about 6% of its workforce. | USA Today – 2008-10-29

Magazine publisher Time Inc. will lay off staff

Time Inc., a major magazine company that publishes People, Sports Illustrated and Real Simple, will cut jobs as part of a restructuring to reduce costs and centralize the company's business units. | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-10-28

Time Inc. CEO: ‘It Will Be Tough to Grow Revenues’ in 2009

Time Inc. CEO Ann Moore is reportedly putting together a two-year strategy to steer the mega publishing company through the economic downturn. | Folio Mag – 2008-10-13

Copying the Koran, One Book at a Time

Two shows on calligraphy and the Koran at the Asia Society are perfect in size and proportion, gorgeous, and worthy of the book they honor. | New York Times – 2008-10-10

Time Warner focusing on content, not delivery

Q:My Time Warner Inc. shares haven't fared well. Are things getting even worse? -- R.D., via the Internet A: The bright side is that about three-fourths of the international media and entertainment... | Richmond Times-Dispatch – 2008-10-06

Exclusive: Top 30 Newspaper Sites in 'Time Spent' for August

The Houston Chronicle, the Star Tribune in Minneapolis, and the San Francisco Chronicle were in the top five newspaper Web sites ranked by time spent in August. The NYTimes.com was No.1 and... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-09-23

Google not yet ready for prime time

The announcement from Google and NBC Universal hailing a joint venture to sell TV ads via Google's online service seemed like a nice bit of PR for both sides, signaling some thaw between the Web... | CNN – 2008-09-12

August ABCs: Independent on Sunday hits all-time sales low

The Independent on Sunday fell to its lowest ever monthly circulation figure in August as the rest of the quality Sunday market also recorded year on year falls. By Oliver Luft | Guardian – 2008-09-05

Internet socializing keeps time with the music scene

As music lovers mobbed an outdoor stage, vying for views of Radiohead, Beck and other rockers, Keith McPhail enjoyed a prime view of the show from a couch in an Internet "living room." | AFP via Yahoo! News – 2008-08-26

Time Out chief Tony Elliott wants BBC out of publishing

Tony Elliott, the owner of Time Out, the entertainment listings magazine, called for a break-up and sale of the BBC’s commercial division yesterday as he accused the corporation of overreaching... | Times Online – 2008-08-25

AOL Weighs on Time Warner; Earnings Fall 26%

Declining subscriber fees at the AOL online unit and lower ad revenue at the Time publishing business pushed down second-quarter earnings. | New York Times – 2008-08-07

A Thought For Time Warner Regarding AOL: Keep The Access Business And Sell Everything Else

There is now a case to be made for Time Warner to hold onto AOL’s dial-up subscriber business and sell the troubled online unit’s advertising and content businesses. As they say on lousy sitcoms:... | Business Week – 2008-08-06

Harper Perennial to Time 'First Circle' Pub to Solzhenitsyn's Death

Harper Perennial, which acquired the first English language translation of the now-deceased (as of Sunday night) Alexander Solzhenitsyn's The First Circle, is looking to time the book's publication... | Publishers Wekly – 2008-08-04

Time Warner makes progress on AOL separation - Report

Time Warner is expected to announce Wednesday that it has completed the accounting steps required to eventually separate AOL's dial-up Internet-access business from its advertising and content... | CNN Money – 2008-08-04

Author Ha Jin still waiting for the right time to visit his native China

On a trip that has put him the closest he has been to his homeland in 23 years, Chinese-American author Ha Jin says he wants to visit China but expressed frustration with censorship of his books. | The Kansas City Star – 2008-07-30

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