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By CHRIS BROWNSTEIN, Associated Press WriterAUGUST, 2019 – The Associated Press is seeking comment from TIME magazine, citing a concern that the publication’s articles may have been inaccurate or inaccurate in some cases.
The comments will be considered public and may be used by other news organizations and news outlets for reporting.
The publication of TIME’s upcoming issue in September is set to be the biggest news story in the magazine’s history.
TIME says the issue, titled “Time for a Time Out,” will feature essays by journalists, historians, film makers, social scientists and others who will examine the changing landscape of time and time’s place in society.
TIME editor in chief Michael Isikoff has said the magazine is seeking to help readers understand the past, present and future in the way that the magazine did more than 400 years ago.
“TIME’s history is important to us, and we’re trying to help people better understand that history, to better understand the role time plays in our lives,” Isikofski said in a statement.
“That includes making sure that the content we publish reflects that history and the time that it was written.”
TIME said the essays in the upcoming issue, as well as other upcoming issues, will focus on “the changing way people live and work.”
TIME’s editors said they were responding to criticism that the issue did not accurately reflect the past.
TIME said it was not able to determine the accuracy of the essays, but said it is confident it will be accurate in all cases.
TIME is in the midst of revising its editorial policies to make sure it is more accurate.
The changes will include making it clearer that the journal’s articles are not for general consumption and will also make it clearer to readers that the editorial staff does not endorse any particular point of view.