Edward Felsenthal

Edward Felsenthal


Editor in Chief and CEO of TIME

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Excited to release the 2020 #Time100  with a primetime special on ABC featuring ⁦ @Trevornoah ⁩ ⁦ @kumailn ⁩ Prince Harry, Meghan Markle @johnlegend ⁩ + performances by @halsey ⁩ @theweeknd ⁩ and ⁦ @IAMJHUD ⁩!

"At a moment when the future looks very different than it did just a few months ago, our goal is to help people understand what leadership requires today," @ebenshapiro , TIME deputy editor and host of The Leadership Brief, told Publishers Daily.

“Say their names.” The story behind Titus Kaphar’s @time  cover.

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Our new issue with @mollyesque  on why like so many other changes wrought by Covid, American politics may never be the same, @CharlotteAlter  on the Internet as battleground state and @JosiahBates  + @karl_vick  on reimagining the police. Cover by @TonkaOBrien 

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‘We’ve never had what we needed. But now we’re supposed to just make it work in the middle of a pandemic?’ Two years after her cover on the teacher uprising over US education funding, @katiemacreilly  re-interviews teachers she met to see how they’re faring

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Excited to kick off the first-ever #Time100  broadcast event. We’ll release this year’s list on a special one-hour program on ABC, Sept. 22 at 10 pm with musical performances, toasts and tributes to people around the world who’ve shaped a year like no other

Our new cover as America approaches the devastating milestone of 200,000 dead from COVID-19, with @AlexJamesFitz  & @elijahwolfson  on where the US failed and what it must do now + @AliceParkNY  inside the race for a vaccine.

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"None one of his great battles will have been fought in vain," @simon_schama  writes in his remembrance of Harry Evans for @TIME  , "because so many of us are his grateful disciples." I'm grateful to be one of them.

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2017 was a banner year for reporting. Journalists like among others picked up where so many institutions failed, helping give voice to the Silence Breakers.

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Most weeks, deciding what to put on the @TIME  cover involves a lot internal debate. This week the choice was simple. Our special report on the heroes on the frontlines.

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TIME is pledging no layoffs for 90 days. We will also continue to ensure our hourly workers are paid while our offices are closed. Grateful for our immensely dedicated employees and the support of our owners Marc and Lynne @Benioff  in our mission especially at this moment.

“The #TIME100 , always a reflection of its moment, looks quite different than in the past. Influence increasingly knows no single zip code and no minimum age”

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The donor and her husband decided they were not going to have any more children, and wanted to offer someone else a chance to do so. Fascinating exclusive by

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