TIME TO GET SERIOUS: Kate Betts might have lost out on The New York Times Magazine job, but Time Inc. loves her more than ever: it’s increasing the frequency of her twice-annual Time Style & Design.

“I think we’ll do it as a quarterly in the U.S. next year, but keep it a biennial overseas,” said Time Inc. editor in chief Norm Pearlstine, who was in Palm Springs, Calif., Tuesday for the American Magazine Conference. “I thought, editorially, [Betts’ issue] was terrific.”

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