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Emmy-Nominated Editor Returns to TIME

Emmy-Nominated Editor Returns to TIME

Mia Tramz has returned to the TIMEnewsroom as the new Editorial Director for Enterprise and Immersive Experiences at TIME Magazine. In her new role, she’ll manage enterprise projects across all platforms. Tramz has been with Time Inc. since 2013, serving as Assistant Photo Editor for Time.com and later on Senior Multimedia Editor for TIME Magazine. She most recently served as the Managing Editor of LIFE VR where she oversaw Time Inc’s company-wide virtual reality initiative, developing and producing original experiences across the media company’s 30+ titles, including TIMESports IllustratedPeopleInStyleEssence, and more. The Columbia University grad has two Emmy nominations and was responsible for creating TIME’s first AR-activated issue as well as its first VR hologram. While transitioning into her new role, Tramz will continue to oversee LIFE VR in the near term, working with other brands on 360 videos, VR, and AR. More here.

Darren Soto Presses DOJ on Ghost Guns

Darren Soto Presses DOJ on Ghost Guns

Ex-Colts WR Wins Ohio GOP Primary

Ex-Colts WR Wins Ohio GOP Primary