TIME SEEKS FORTUNE BY MOVING PEOPLE FASTER

NEW YORK -- Emboldened by new insights into magazine single-copy sales, Time Inc. here is pushing to change the publication cycle for its People magazine back one day to gain pre-weekend display for the title.The decision, which would affect the magazine's entire publishing and distribution chain, has been prompted by retail category-management studies done with several supermarket chains, said Cam

NEW YORK -- Emboldened by new insights into magazine single-copy sales, Time Inc. here is pushing to change the publication cycle for its People magazine back one day to gain pre-weekend display for the title.

The decision, which would affect the magazine's entire publishing and distribution chain, has been prompted by retail category-management studies done with several supermarket chains, said Cam Cloeter, senior vice president of sales for Time Distribution Services, the magazine p

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