The arrogance of a media empire
“While there was a tremendous amount of prestige and fulfillment that came with working there, there was also quite a bit of arrogance. We viewed Time magazine as this vehicle that basically taught the American public what was important and what you needed to know over the course of the previous week’s news events in a way that is impossible to conceive of now, when the news cycle is five minutes instead of five days.”
— The Last Days of Time Inc
The entire article is definitely worth a read. I find it incredibly analogous to tech startups at the peak of bubbles. All arrogant "bro-culture" playing around. If this really is what journalism looks like from behind the scenes, it's not pretty. I'm glad I don't consume much "news" anymore.