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Time Magazine

Sarah Patterson. Journalism Project. 8th period.

Sarah Patterson

on 27 September 2012

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Presented by: Sarah Patterson Time Magazine On March 3rd, 1923, Henry Luce and Briton Hadden started Time Inc. Hadden died in 1929 leaving Luce as a lone editor. "March of Time" radio program started in 1931. A motion picture version was started in 1935. 4,365,000 magazines were circulating in 1977. Time is a weekly news magazine made for the 'busy man.' Time wanted to have 'fairness.' Time doesn't twist facts to sell like so many other popular magazines. Time is not partial in stories.
Time always supports both views. Time has had a widespread influence on journalism. Including: news of science, news of medicine, religion, business, education, art, radio, the press, and many other areas of journalism. Time Magazine became the first billion-dollar publishing firm in 1976. In the late 1980s, Time Magazine cut its subscribers list from 4.6 million to 4 million by using a computer program to screen people who weren't paying for the subscription. On January 2, 1928, Time Magazine launched the 'Man of the Year' issue, which as been evolved to the 'Person of the Year' over the years. On October 19, 2001, Time.com received record traffic after 9/11 and was named, "Best of the Web," by Boston-Globe. Time international was launched on September 20, 1945. Luce and editors didn't stick to usual journalistic objectivity. 200,000 magazines were circulating in 1929. Time Magazine also releases a list of the 100 most influential people, annually. -- Time has done a great job by making an influence of journalism and the world alike, throughout the years. I believe that is what a good journalist does. A good journalist not only writes about the world, but changes the world. And in my opinion, Time Magazine has done this. Luce & Hadden met at a prep school called Hotchness Academy. Both attended Yale and worked for 'Daily News,' the school paper.
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