While Tina Brown has been showing off Newsweek 2.0, Time magazine managing editor Rick Stengel and executive editor Nancy Gibbs have made some changes of their own. While the body of each issue will stay untouched, the Briefing section will now feature shorter news stories and contain a two-page spread for the best image of the week. The “Washington” section has been redubbed to “Nation” and now extends beyond D.C. Overseeing the first redesign in three years, Time publisher Kim Kelleher is confident that first quarter ad pages will increase over 2010’s results.
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