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Today, in a company-wide memo, Lang announced the launch of a new digital video unit, a recognition that the company's brands need to tap new, potentially lucrative sources of revenue as their traditional print business continues to decline. To
Leon Jaroff, 85, Editor at Time and Discover Published: October 21, 2012 Leon Jaroff, a science writer and editor who persuaded Time Inc. to start Discover magazine in 1980, became its top editor and for many years wrote the popular Skeptical Eye
Today it was announced by Time Inc. Editor-in-Chief John Huey that Paul Fichtenbaum is now Editor of the Time Inc...He succeeds Terry McDonell who spent the past decade as Sports Group Editor and is now a Senior Advisor to Time Inc. concentrating on
Team, In order to best organize ourselves for success in the future, I believe we must find ways to work more strongly across our titles and across the company. The collective strength of our portfolio can be more powerful than any one brand,
Advertising Women and the Changing Face of the Industry Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times Laura Lang, chief executive of Time Inc., said many people underestimated the changes in consumers' media habits. New York is, to borrow a concept from Forrest
Leslie Picard is said to be a strong inside contender for the job, which Kim Kelleher quit to run digital company Say Media. Picard would be an interesting choice for the role, having spent most of her recent career in corporate sales at Time Inc.
Time Inc.'s New Chief Rethinks Magazines for a Digital Audience Fred R...Lang is the former chief of Digitas, the digital advertising firm. Published: July 29, 2012 In her first couple months as chief executive of Time Inc. , the country's largest
Even before the Postal Service begins closing hundreds of processing centers to cut costs, several businesses say they are beginning to see a decline in service. Dozens of local newspapers say papers are being delivered late or not at all, causing
Sports Illustrated magazine is teaming up with NBC on an hour-long monthly sports TV show called "Sports Illustrated," a move to further diversify its revenue streams as print advertising continues to face challenges. The new show will debut at 9 p.m.
A year ago, Time Inc., the nation's largest magazine company, chose to stay on the sidelines as its two major magazine rivals signed digital subscription deals with Apple Inc. Now the Time Warner Inc.-owned company has followed suitaccepting the same