Edward Felsenthal

Editor-in-Chief and Chief Executive Officer, TIME

Graduate, Princeton University; JD, Harvard Law School; Master’s in Law and Diplomacy, Tufts Fletcher School. Formerly: 15 years as Reporter and Editor, the Wall Street Journal; 2005, Deputy Managing Editor; was the founding editor of Personal Journal, guiding health coverage that led to two Pulitzer Prizes, and oversaw news strategy, driving integration of the digital and print teams; also covered the US Supreme Court in the Journal’s Washington Bureau. 2008, helped launch the Daily Beast as its founding Executive Editor, responsible for building a digital newsroom that grew quickly from a start-up to a nationally recognized brand with millions of monthly unique users. With TIME: since 2013, Digital Editor; 2016, helped implement a new digital structure, launching multiple digital hubs across the company, with its titles collaborating to share content and enlarge the digital audience; currently, Editor-in-Chief. Member: Board, American Society of Magazine Editors; Advisory Board, NYU Center for Publishing. Senior Fellow, Edward R. Murrow Center, Tufts Fletcher School.

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