Editor-in-Chief & CEO, Time
An iconic brand celebrates 100 years – and now 100 million readers
Edward Felsenthal is the editor-in-chief and CEO of Time magazine.
Under his leadership, the iconic American publication has enjoyed its greatest revenue and audience growth ever – now reaching 100 million readers globally – and its successful expansion into TV, video and film production.
Including leading the health team at The Wall Street Journal, which won two Pulitzer prizes, Edward shares their plans to celebrate Time’s forthcoming centenary. He takes us behind the scenes of the editorial and selection process for ‘Person of the Year,’ which is always impactful – and sometimes controversial; and discusses their commitment to campaigning on climate change and fixing the global trust crisis.
23rd January 2023
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