The Story Of An Experiment: To Convince the Editors

Convinced by war experience that the basic character of the Newsmagazine need not be changed by a newsgathering setup, TIME now has a world-covering organization. Working under Hulburd's direction are TIME bureaus in 13 U.S. and Canadian cities, plus 85 part-time stringers in other localities. In Washington, the TIME office has 13 correspondents and 14 staff assistants. Abroad, TIME has 15 bureaus in key cities and 36 stringers elsewhere.

Whereas correspondents of nearly all other publications report directly to the readers, TIME'S correspondents report to the editors. Andre Laguerre, head of TIME'S Paris...

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