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Long established part of the US corporate media establishment

Time Magazine is a part of the US corporate media establishment

A Time cover announces "The Great Reset"
US editions of Time magazine differing from European, Asian & South Pacific editions


A Time cover on the 2004 Madrid train bombings

Time Magazine summarised its report about the 2004 Madrid train bombings that "the first breakthroughs in the case point to al-Qaeda", writing on 14th March that "before a single arrest had been made, when most Spaniards were still blaming Basque terrorists for the carnage, 3/11 was already the unmistakable offspring of 9/11" and continuing to extend the parallel.[1]


An example

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Related Quotation

Operation Mockingbird“there is quite an incredible spread of relationships. You don't need to manipulate Time Magazine, for example, because there are [Central Intelligence] Agency people at the management level.”Carl Bernstein


Employees on Wikispooks

Jay CarneyBureau chiefDecember 1988December 2008In Miami, Moscow, Washington, D.C.
Justin FoxBusiness and economics columnist20072009
Henry GrunwaldManaging editor19681977Known for his Watergate editorials
Henry GrunwaldEditor-in-chief19771987
Briton HaddenEditor1923December 1928Co-founder with Henry Luce, who gained hold of company after Hadden died prematurely in 1929.
Fareed ZakariaEditor20102014


A document sourced from Time Magazine

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Coleen Rowley Memomemo9-11
Zacarias Moussaoui
21 May 2002Coleen RowleyThis "edited version" of a 13 page letter to FBI Director Robert Mueller was headlined by Time as "The Bombshell Memo"