Time Inc. said on Thursday it would charge for the online editions of 14 of its magazines starting with People and Entertainment Weekly on Monday. In the following weeks, magazines such as Teen
People, Real Simple and In Style will follow the same route. People and Entertainment Weekly's Internet editions will only be available to America Online members, subscribers to the specific
magazines, or people who buy the newsstand edition.
In an unrelated announcement last week, Time Inc. said that Time Inc. International President and Chief Executive Michael Pepe plans to leave the
company next week to spend more time with his family. Pepe will not be replaced, according to a company spokesman.