World and I

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World and I was a monthly magazine owned by News World Communications,[1] an international news media corporation founded by Unification Church founder Sun Myung Moon. World and I started as a full-color glossy magazine in 1986 as a print magazine published by The Washington Times. It covered a broad range of articles by scholars and experts in the areas of politics, economics, global studies, liberal arts, fine arts, general science, and books. The magazine ceased publication in 2004.[1]

The World and I Online[edit]

The print edition was later replaced by an online publication at the rate of one edition per month. The online publication now called The World and I Online is headquartered in New York City.

It previously contained Spanish language pages with articles from Tiempos del Mundo, a now defunct newsweekly published in the United States and in 15 countries of Latin America.

World and I has launched special features for K-12 schools, including core curriculum pages, weekly ESL and Spanish pages, teacher’s guide lesson plans. This program on a subscription basis is run through World and I School[2] and the program World and I Kids.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Annys Shin (May 3, 2004). "News World Layoffs to Idle 86 Workers". Washington Post. Retrieved January 15, 2017. 
  2. ^ World and I School website
  3. ^ World and I School page

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