I am going to talk about two of my favorite sport magazines and why I consider them to be my favorite two. I will even provide a brief history of these as well for the real history buffs.
The very first magazine I am going to talk about is Sporting News. This magazine started publishing in 1886 and still going strong today. It’s 540,000 subscribers, including myself. In 2008 it went along to a bi-weekly publishing schedule. Initially, I was little disappointed they changed from weekly publishing to a bi-weekly publishing. I don’t necessarily like change, but who does? But I do realize why they changed, to allow them to compete with other magazines they had update their publishing schedule. Also for the magazine to help keep updating, they launched in 2008 an everyday online newspaper named, Sporting News Today. They cover these major sports: Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, the National Football League, the National Hockey League, college football and basketball, and NASCAR. In addition they cover many other sports as well.
I like the readability of the articles and usually that have an interview with an instructor or player. I also like that they have preview issues of different sports season. I is going to be getting my football ones soon, just over time for the upcoming college and pro seasons. In addition they publish issues on specific sports before the growing season starts, which will be there yearbook issues. So, for the upcoming college and NFL seasons, these issues just concentrate on both of these ตลาดลูกหนัง sports. You will find separate issues for college and the NFL. There’s in depth coverage, including rosters, team statistics, predictions for the upcoming season and more. You are able to usually find these special issue at your neighborhood grocery or drug store; if not you are able to always go their website and order. If you order online, the shipping is rather quick, you get them in of a week’s time.
My other favorite sport magazine to read, is Sports Illustrated. For me, Sports Illustrated is the most popular and recognized name in the United States and almost certainly internationally as well. It was founded in 1954 and has over three million subscribers. I would claim that is of brand recognition. Along with being known for their excellent sports coverage, they are also know for the annual Swimsuit issue. I love to read SI because of their good coverage of different sports and really good quality of writing. I also anticipate reading the Point After column and getting the Sportsman of the Year issue near the finish of the year. If want good quality sporting news coverage, you need to get a copy of these fine publications and see why I love them so much.