'Protester' named Time's Person of the Year 2011

Time magazine released its 2011 Person of the Year cover on the Today Show, which can be seen on WNWO. / Source: Time magazine via

Time's managing editor appeared on the Today Show Wednesday to reveal the magazine's choice for Person of the Year:

The Protester.

"There was a lot of consensus among our people," quoted Rick Stengel as saying. "It felt right."

For 84 years, the weekly newsmagazine's editors have chosen the person, group or thing that they deem to have made the greatest impact that year.

"The Protester" represents the several movements bringing down dictators in the Middle East, the U.S.-created Occupy movement, and others that took place in 2011.

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