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Monday, February 13, 2012

More Time Magazine cover-switching pics

The other day we showed a couple examples of Time Magazine cover variations between what US subscribers see and what is sent to the rest of the world.  Seems Time thinks (accurately or inaccurately- that's for you to decide) that American readers do not want to read sincere news about other places in the world, but would rather read a combination of 'self-help' and feel-good stories.

Here's more examples (thanks to 'Savvy S' for the heads up)

1 comment:

  1. I am insulted by this practice. Trouble is. Should I be angry at Time Magazine or furious with the American public?


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