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With more than 7 million monthly readers, Sports Illustrated is the largest-selling magazine in the United States. Published ten times a year, each issue contains in-depth reporting on athletes, teams, places, and topics from across the world of sports.
Sports Illustrated can be purchased at most major newsstands and grocery stores. The typical issue costs $5.99, but special editions can cost up to $14.99.
Subscriptions are available through MagsConnect Canada for $13.99 per month (CA$18.88 annually).
Offers end November 30th, 2011.
Sports Illustrated-Original Editions from Any Date allows you to travel back in time and enjoy historic sporting events! Sports Illustrated is America's most respected sports magazine, with millions of subscribers. You may now acquire an original issue of Sports Illustrated from any date you choose. Each book is fully illustrated with color photographs and black & white line drawings.
Issues before 1971 are reprints of issues that were first published between 1934 and 1970. These books are an excellent source for history buffs who want to read about some of the most famous athletes and teams in sports history.
After reviewing several copies of each book, we can tell which magazines were printed on acid free paper and which weren't. We also take into account any unique features of certain issues such as variant covers or limited edition designs. Finally, we consult with scholars and other literature lovers to determine if an issue is worth collecting.
If you're looking to add some rare history books to your collection then these are a great choice (and they make wonderful gifts!). We have many more original editions available so feel free to ask us about others not listed here.
Sports Illustrated is presently published 16 times per year by TheMaven. Your first issue will arrive in 6-8 weeks. "I really love the sports tales, as well as the in-depth coverage and emotional general interest." -Steve Jobs.
There are currently 150 pages in each issue of Sports Illustrated. Back issues are available online along with current issues. SI has been a popular magazine for many years now, so there should be no issue finding an audience.
Sports Illustrated is one of the most famous magazines in America, if not the world. It usually reports on major sporting events such as NBA games, NFL football games, NCAA basketball tournaments, and MLB baseball games. However, it also covers other sports like golf, tennis, and auto racing.
The magazine was founded in 1968 by Ralph D. Lorenz who wanted to create a new kind of sports magazine. Before that time, all sports magazines were devoted exclusively to baseball or football. With his publication, Sports Illustrated, he succeeded in creating a successful magazine that covered various types of sports.
Today, Sports Illustrated is still published every week and goes into greater detail about certain subjects than others. For example, it will often have long articles about individual athletes in their sport. Also, Sports Illustrated regularly publishes special issues related to particular events such as the Olympics or World Cup.
A membership to Sports Illustrated provides access to the greatest sportswriting available anywhere, including rigorous investigative reporting, one-of-a-kind features, and profiles of the biggest people in sports. A one-year print subscription costs only $20, while a two-year subscription only $30 total. There are also digital versions of Sports Illustrated for your iPad or Android tablet.
The magazine that inspired ESPN's SportsCenter is back with a new format and some upgraded technology. SI has become more of a platform for original content, including articles written exclusively for the website. There are also more videos from athletes, coaches, and personalities.
Sports Illustrated launched in 1958 as a monthly magazine but now publishes eight times a year. It is based in Chicago with offices in London and New York.
Magazines are sold in retail stores and through subscriptions. If you want to read about current events in sports journalism, then Sports Illustrated is the right magazine for you.
Even as late as 2015, Sports Illustrated was a weekly issue. Yahoo Finance has learnt that it will become a monthly in 2020. In January 2018, the magazine's frequency will be lowered to twice per month. The idea to move monthly has also been communicated to Sports Illustrated's printer. Currently, the magazine is printed on Wednesday and Friday.
SI Media CEO Jim Bankoff told Reuters that the change was made so that the magazine can "focus on more content and less printing costs".
The move was announced by Time Inc on its website on December 17, 2017. It was reported that this change would lead to the loss of about 30 jobs at the magazine's current circulation rate of 3 million copies per week.
In September 2017, Sports Illustrated Editor-in-Chief Robert Wuhl said in an interview that the magazine is looking to cut back on staff reductions and other cost-saving measures instead. He also mentioned that there was no set date for when the magazine would switch to monthly issues but it would happen before too long.
Wuhl said: "We're not going to run up against any deadlines. We want to make sure we do it right and don't rush into anything."
He continued: "We think this is the right thing for the brand. We want to make sure we focus on more content and less printing costs."
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According to an exclusive story on Yahoo! Finance, Sports Illustrated, which debuted in August 1954, will become a monthly magazine in January. The magazine began publishing twice a month in January 2018, but it will now be reduced to once a month, as workers learnt last month. The move was announced by parent company Reed Elsevier in October 2017.
The change was said to be aimed at making the magazine more profitable and attracting new readers. However, some employees were concerned that this would lead to less time being spent on writing about sports news.
However, others believe that this will give the magazine more time to focus on important issues such as politics, business, and culture instead.
"This is great for fans who love SI," one fan tweeted. "Less fluff, more facts."
Another fan commented: "I don't think they're going to stop covering sports altogether though."
And a third person wrote: "Not sure how much time they'll be able to spend on sports stories with this change."
Sports Illustrated has been ranked number 1 in its category by Forbes since 2010. It also won a National Magazine Award in 2000 for General Excellence.
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