Time’s Managing Editor: iPad Content Awaits "Its Orson Welles"

“I was very keen on being present at the creation.” That’s Richard Stengel, managing editor of Time magazine, excitedly talking about the iPad version he expects to roll out at or shortly after the hotly anticipated launch of the tablet computer on April 3. Magazines are throwing themselves into the brave new iPad world. Many magazine companies are scrambling to have full issues available for sale when the iPad launches, and Time expects to be among the early ones out of the chute.

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