The advocacy group Free Press, which works to raise awareness about media consolidation, reacted to the news on Twitter.
The outcry over the acquisition announcement on Sunday followed days of mounting speculation and concerns about Meredith’s bid for the magazines. Charles Alexander, a former environmental editor for Time, wrote one such warning in The Nation last week. “The story is not just about the fate of Time,” he wrote. “The story is about the fate of the world.”
After rehashing his efforts to cover global warming in great detail, Alexander confesses that since his time there, “Time‘s environmental coverage has gone from in-your-face to barely noticeable.” However, he still laments that the magazine where he spent 13 years “may have fallen casualty to the forces of greed and deception,” and worries about the futures of other publications that continue to cover climate change “if they too get bought by dark knights with fossil-fuel money.”
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