Topic: ESPN The Magazine

ESPN The Magazine Teamed With Gatorade for This Mysterious, Tech-Savvy 'Body Issue' Cover

Shazam reveals code-covered star

ESPN The Magazine has eight main covers this week for its annual Body Issue. They feature NFL player Vince Wilfork, soccer star Christen Press, MMA fighter Conor McGregor and three-time NBA…

ESPN: The Magazine Puts a Print Spin on Sponsored Content

Sidebars to feature advertiser's logo

Branded content has gotten plenty of attention as it's taken off online where the division between editorial and advertising real estate can be fuzzier (see: Forbes, The Atlantic, BuzzFeed, Gawker),…

Sports in 140 Characters or Less

Five athletes or journos you should be following on Twitter

Much like Twitter, the sports world can be extremely crowded and a complex space to comprehend. But Twitter can also be the ultimate tool for these sports figures, in terms…

As Sporting News Shutters Print, Will Other Sports Titles Survive?

ESPN, Sports Illustrated have seen declining ad numbers

Sporting News, the 126-year-old sports news publication, is officially going digital. Beginning in 2013, the title’s presence will be limited to its website, app, and six newsstand-only season preview issues. Sporting…

Shakeup at 'ESPN' Mag

Steven Binder out as vp, publishing director

There’s been another big shakeup at ESPN: vp, publishing director Steven Binder has mysteriously left after six years in the position. ESPN confirmed Binder's exit but declined to comment on the…

'ESPN The Magazine' Goes to All-Themed Format

Pub will take on controversial Title IX

In the era of the 24-hour news cycle, it's tough for a news magazine to stay current, and no less so in sports. Just ask Sports Illustrated. So ESPN The Magazine—which…

Which Titles Have the Largest Mobile Audience?

Affinity releases top magazines on smartphones

For all the talk about tablet and e-reader adoption, smartphones are still one of the ways magazines are reaching sizeable numbers of readers, and in some cases exceeding their print…

ESPN Names New President

John Skipper will replace George Bodenheimer

Yesterday, Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger announced that he was promoting John Skipper to president of ESPN and co-chairman of the Disney Media Networks. Skipper, who first joined Disney…

Star Time Inc. Designer Defects for ESPN

John Korpics will oversee print, digital design

John Korpics, a big name in Time Inc. magazine design, has jumped ship from Fortune for ESPN, where he was given an über-design role for ESPN The Magazine and The…