Q&A with Time Magazine’s MaryAnne Golon

I don't want to jump on the bandwagon of people saying that photojournalism is dead, but it has never been in worse shape than it is right now. The internet is the fastest, quickest most amazing way to reach the public that we've ever had and that's all very exciting. It represents a much larger market for photojournalism than we've ever had before. But in terms of traditional outlets, in how images get displayed and support for long-term projects, the market has really contracted. Time is still