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The time is on an employment spree under new ownership

The company posted 25 workplaces, including 20 for editorial roles, last week. A spokesman said that more will soon follow for roles in technology, sales and marketing. The rent group comes after Salesforces CEO Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne announced in September that they bought the 190 million dollar newspaper from Meredith Corp. Edward Felsenthals editor told CNN's Brian Stelter about "Reliable Sources" the Sunday that Benioffs was enticed to Time because of the magazine heritage and "huge advances" to transform their business into digital time. He said the new owners are "happy to help us build that foundation and believe in brand potential." Newspaper business has been struggling in the Internet age, and Times's former parent company, Time Inc., endured termination rounds because it lost subscribers and advertising dollars. Meredith Corp bought Time magazine and the rest of Time Inc. last November to break down and sell its major titles, including Fortune, Money and Sports Illustrated. Benioffs did not buy these newspapers. Marc Benioff told CNN's Laurie Segall in October that he bought Time because he "values ​​the narrator" and promised to stay out of editorial decisions. Felsenthal's appearance on CNN's "Reliable Sources" Sunday came after Time made waves with his last person's year's number. Instead of choosing a subject, four unique covers will honor journalists who have been targeted to their work. The editor replied to Stelter that this year's personal protection aims to capture a "moment" &#821 1; and "The common thread in so many of…

The company posted 25 workplaces, including 20 for editorial roles, last week. A spokesman said that more will soon follow for roles in technology, sales and marketing.

The rent group comes after Salesforces CEO Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne announced in September that they bought the 190 million dollar newspaper from Meredith Corp.

Edward Felsenthals editor told CNN’s Brian Stelter about “Reliable Sources” the Sunday that Benioffs was enticed to Time because of the magazine heritage and “huge advances” to transform their business into digital time.

He said the new owners are “happy to help us build that foundation and believe in brand potential.”

Newspaper business has been struggling in the Internet age, and Times’s former parent company, Time Inc., endured termination rounds because it lost subscribers and advertising dollars.

Meredith Corp bought Time magazine and the rest of Time Inc. last November to break down and sell its major titles, including Fortune, Money and Sports Illustrated. Benioffs did not buy these newspapers.

Marc Benioff told CNN’s Laurie Segall in October that he bought Time because he “values ​​the narrator” and promised to stay out of editorial decisions.

Felsenthal’s appearance on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” Sunday came after Time made waves with his last person’s year’s number. Instead of choosing a subject, four unique covers will honor journalists who have been targeted to their work.

The editor replied to Stelter that this year’s personal protection aims to capture a “moment” &#821

1; and “The common thread in so many of the great stories from 2018, from Russia to Riyadh to Silicon Valley, was the manipulation and abuse of truth.” [19659006] The cover, which was revealed last week, shows what Time calls the “protagonists” of the truth.

A cover contains Jamal Khashoggi, the Washington Post Contributor, who was killed at a Saudi consulate in October. This marks the first time a deceased person has appeared on a person of the year cover.

Another cover contains Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, two Reuters journalists arrested in Myanmar while reporting abuse on the Rohingya people, a Muslim minority in the country. The journalists are left behind the bars, and their wives were photographed for the cover.

Journalists at Capital Gazette – Annapolis, Maryland newspaper where five employees were murdered by a gun master last June – posed for another protection.

The fourth version shows Maria Ressa, director of the Philippine news page Rappler. She was accused last month of tax evasion, a case that spokesperson advocates say is part of a broader demolition of opposition from the government.

“We chose to mark the four journalists and pressrooms who have taken enormous risks, the ultimate victim in some cases,” says Felsenthal, “expressing and expressing freedom, which is the lifecycle of democracy, this year where we saw democracy under such a big threat. “

CNN Business’ Jill Disis contributed to this report.

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