A Review of Time Magazine

Since the computer revolution began it has been increasing difficult to stay abreast of the really important news. If information overload has you busy trying to sort the important stories from the mundane then you probably should take a fresh look at Time Magazine. From big story world events to what’s new in science and industry, the economy, technology, sports, people in the news, TV, movies and music, Time Magazine serves up the information people need to stay informed. Time Magazine saves you time by cutting through the information deluge and delivering only the highest quality content.

Time Magazine makes a great gift because it is appreciated week after week. Time Magazine is my first news source choice because it delivers the greatest value for the money. Considering its rich content, the magazine is truly bargain priced. With Time Magazine you can consolidate your news gatering efforts into one convenient weekly publication.

Time Magazine has a long and interesting history. The first copy of Time U.S. was published on March 3, 1923, by co-founders Briton Hadden and Henry Luce. Time Magazine has been criticized for it’s tone, which some consider too light and carefree for serious news reporting. The light tone goes all the way back to Briton, who often teased Henry Luce and encouraged him to insure that Time was fun to read. It’s obvious from the 30 million subscribers that this formula works.

The complete review of TIME Magazine, including photographs, can be found online at: http://magazines.canon.org.

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