Ashleigh Banfield talks to former model Jenna Sauers about a teenager's petition to "Seventeen" magazine.
This story appears in the June 18, 2012, issue of Sports Illustrated. Buy the digital version of the magazine here.
As with any high-profile product release, Apple's new iPad device has been peppered with complaints since reaching consumers' hands on March 16. Among them: that magazines look terrible on the iPad 3?s high-resolution display.
Are airports equipped for the crunch of tech-savvy holiday travelers? Not really, according to a report from the folks at PCWorld, who say that only a fraction of the country's airports are ready for takeoff when it comes to meeting passengers' electronic needs.
Playboy Enterprises announced on Wednesday that it is relocating its iconic magazine from Chicago, the original base of operations, to Los Angeles.
Some are outraged over a magazine cover that shows a nude photo of Pakistani actress Veena Malik she says was doctored.
The story has all the stuff that sells: a sexy starlet, a powerful enemy spy agency and lots of bare flesh.
Time Warner said Wednesday it has hired Digitas CEO Laura Lang to lead its Time Inc. magazine publishing division.
CNN's John King talks to Sen. Jack Reed regarding psy-ops allegations in Rolling Stone magazine.
SI.com asked several current and retired SI writers to offer reflections on the best team they ever covered as sports journalists. Here's Larry Keith on the 1978 New York Yankees:
If you've long harbored tender memories of Miss February 1988 but misplaced your dusty old box of Playboys, take heart.
Sidney Harman, the sound pioneer and American businessman who brought high-fidelity to the masses and took control of Newsweek magazine, died Tuesday night from leukemia, according to a family statement on The Daily Beast website.
Forget the champagne - the model marked the biggest moment of her life modestly
Babette Beatty laughs when asked whether she's seen the cover of this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
After less than six months on the job, Jack Griffin is out as CEO and chairman of Time Inc., the world's largest magazine publisher. An interim management committee will run Time Inc. until a permanent successor is found, said Jeff Bewkes, CEO of parent company Time Warner in an email to employees Thursday night.
Christiano Ronaldo's girlfriend was "discovered" on train in Russia seven years ago
"We canât wait to get it started," Peas lead singer Fergie says of the Dallas party
A grocery store put a cover over the new US Weekly issue to "shield" people from a photo of Elton John and his family.
An Arkansas supermarket reversed its decision Wednesday to hide a magazine cover showing Elton John and his same-sex partner David Furnish holding their new baby.
The modern game of football is filled with plays and formations with names like the Counter Trey, the Wildcat, the Zone Blitz and the Cover Two. They have become part of the sport's vernacular, and yet for many fans they remain just names, often confusing ones. To rectify that, Tim Layden has drilled deep into the core of the game to reveal not only how these chalkboard X's and O's really work on the field, but also where they came from and who dreamed them up.
"[I've] always dreamed of being a professional athlete," the star of The Fighter says
Twenty five years ago, Sports Illustrated editor Mark Mulvoy and first-year writer Rick Reilly made a pitch for an unknown kid from Division III Plymouth State and in the process created a cover story that still resonates today.
Print media's flight to the Internet has picked up speed.
Few countries in the world make a bigger virtue of flaunting wealth than Russia, and there are few other places where a magazine called Snob could be expected to fly off the newsstands.
The upcoming issue of Reader's Digest details the 50 secrets your pilot won't tell you.
You hear their voices over the airplane speakers and you sometimes catch a glimpse of them as they inspect a plane before departure, but for the most part airline pilots remain a mystery.
Covered only in silver body paint, the reality starlet shows her curves, and more, in W
"Teen Mom" is not only a spin-off, but the show is also spinning off its own success.
Rain coats, hair barrettes and jewelry seem harmless. But Consumer Reports magazine says a series of tests uncovered "worrisome levels" of potentially hazardous metals in such children's products currently on store shelves.
Kirsten Ott walked down the aisle in a white strapless gown with an embroidered bodice and cascading ruffles. Maria Palladino, dressed in a white suit, waited for her at the end of the aisle with a minister. Surrounded by their family and close friends, the women committed to each other for the rest of their lives.
Ann Moore, the chief executive of the world's largest magazine publisher Time Inc. is retiring, the company announced Monday, confirming reports from last week about a CEO shake up.
"I think she did a wonderful job," says Streisand. "If only she had a bump on her nose"
Ann Moore, the chief executive of Time Inc. -- the world's largest magazine publisher -- is stepping down from the company to be replaced by Jack Griffin, a group president of Meredith Corp., according to published reports.
Bristol Palin and the father of her child, Levi Johnston, are engaged again.
Plans to wear camouflage when Bristol Palin and Levi wed. CNN's Jeanne Moos dishes on the engagement shocker.
Shares of Playboy surged 41% Monday as a bidding war emerged for the iconic adult entertainment company.
Al Qaeda has launched this week what it is calling its first English language online magazine, a move that could be seen as a way to recruit more American-born terrorists.
Much has been said about the iPad's ability to reinvigorate the publishing industry. But the first generation of magazine apps on the iPad fall short: They're an attempt to turn the clock back, rather than move the medium forward. Having splurged on a half-dozen iPad magazines this month, they're now gathering dust on my home screen, never to be read again.
Washington Post co. announced Wednesday it is looking to sell Newsweek magazine, which has posted losses since 2007 and is expected to continue to see sales decline in 2010.
BusinessWeek relaunches this week with a new name, a new design, and a new editorial vision, just four months after it was bought by financial information giant Bloomberg LP. Viewed through the lens of an acquisition, it's therefore perplexing that Bloomberg executives have declined to talk about when and how this new version of the 80-year old weekly will make money. Instead they tell Fortune their plan is to focus on their consumers and deliver a great product. Those notions seem impossibly idealistic in a world where print advertising revenues are likely to be permanently impaired by cheaper online ad rates, and where nearly every major magazine publisher has recently shuttered unprofitable titles, a fate BusinessWeek, under previous owner McGraw-Hill, very nearly met.
Before you take a road trip this summer, check out which routes could make your journey a smooth one and which ones have the potential for trouble.
Colombia lost one of its best-known independent magazines this month when the parent company of Cambio suddenly announced it was ceasing publication.
The closing of an influential magazine in Colombia is seen by many as censorship. The former managing editor talked to CNN.
It's more than two hours before snowboard practice begins, two hours before Robert Beck will take his first picture, and he is trudging up the steep icy slope that is one lip of the halfpipe.
It has been a year of unique moments for Lindsey Vonn. She met Roger Federer at Wimbledon. She spent a day on the set of her beloved Law & Order (although she has not yet fulfilled her goal of playing a corpse on the show). She walked the red carpet at the Emmys. (All of this in addition to becoming the best U.S. women's ski racer in history, which is her day job).
TIME magazine's Michael Elliot talks about TIME's person of the year, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
Time magazine on Wednesday named Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke as its 2009 Person of the Year, calling him "the most powerful nerd on the planet."
Showbiz Tonight looks into whether Elin should stay or split from Tiger Woods.
It is an around-the-clock affair for news organizations hoping to break the latest information in the Tiger Woods scandal.
Fans of Oprah Winfrey's "Favorite Things" episode might get their favorite thing back next year. Producers for the show say they are still deciding whether they will bring the Thanksgiving-time giveaway episode back for the 25th season.
Sports Illustrated will announce its choice for Sportsman of the Year on Nov. 30. Here's one of the nominations for that honor by an SI writer.
One of the toughest questions plaguing women the world over just got more difficult: Team Edward, Team Jacob ... or Team Johnny?
David Caplan from People Magazine talks about how his magazine got the first pictures of Jaycee Dugard.
The latest in Sports Illustrated's series of best-selling, sport-specific coffee-table specials, THE GOLF BOOK will be the must-have holiday gift for golfers and golf fans. With lavish photography and award-winning writing from Sports Illustrated's archives, this majestic new volume tracks golf history from 19th century Scotland to Tiger Woods' latest heroics on the green. In 288 oversized pages, THE GOLF BOOK celebrates the royal and ancient game as only Sports Illustrated can, showcasing its biggest personalities (Nicklaus, Hogan, Palmer, to name just a few) and top performances in richly illustrated display. The sport's most beautiful landscapes, most treasured courses and most renowned artifacts are depicted in stunning large-format detail. With precision and passion THE GOLF BOOK tees it up and hits it straight down the fairway.
Looking to expand its reach beyond Wall Street, Bloomberg LP said Tuesday it would buy BusinessWeek magazine from McGraw Hill Cos.
Foodies got some sour news Monday.
Insiders reveal that the actress didn't even wear the baubles in question
Need some social etiquette advice for the digital age? Brad Pitt's got your back in this month's cover story from Wired Magazine.
While dismissing "Cell Phone Courtesy Month", Meteorologist Reynolds Wolf gets a call.
Honda's new hybrid-only Insight, touted as a low-cost competitor to the Toyota Prius was dealt a major blow Monday after it failed to get a thumbs up from the influential magazine Consumer Reports.
Among those featured are John Mayer, Sheryl Crow, Whitney Houston and Nancy Reagan
Yes, the jinx e-mails come in steadily now. That was inevitable. The Cleveland Cavaliers are down 3-1 to the Orlando Magic. They are one loss away from elimination ... and from extending the interminable Cleveland championship drought by one more season. They are one loss away from crushing my hometown city's unbreakable heart for the 45th consecutive year.
It truly is the best of times and the worst of times for the Reader's Digest Association. At the same moment last week that Peggy Northrop, the current editor-in-chief of Reader's Digest, was accepting the 2009 National Magazine award for general excellence, the company that publishes the 87-year-old flagship and some 44 other magazines and Web sites is struggling for its financial life.
Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz shot the photos of the new first lady
Leonardo DiCaprio's girlfriend says landing on the famous issue's cover "was my dream"
Author John Updike, regarded as one of the greatest and most prolific writers in modern American letters, died Tuesday, his publicist said. He was 76.
Hugh Hefner founded Playboy magazine 55 years ago and turned the adult-oriented publication into a multimillion-dollar empire. CNN anchor John Roberts recently sat down with Hefner, now 82, and talked about Steven Watts' new book, "Mr. Playboy: Hugh Hefner and the American Dream."
American Morning's John Roberts speaks to Playboy founder Hugh Hefner about staying relevant.
Playboy magazine issued an apology Monday for the cover of its Mexican edition, which features an Argentine model in what many observers say is meant to be a depiction of the Virgin Mary.
CNN's Rick Sanchez discusses the cover of the Mexican version of Playboy and wether it is mocking the Virgin Mary.
Politicians. They're just like us, or at least, that's what they're desperate to have us believe, particularly during a campaign season in which the word "elitist" has been lobbed about like a pinless hand grenade.
This week, it's maxi-dresses in Miami, and elsewhere, as we look at where trends are leading.
Today's topic is the best red carpet moments of 2007, and beauty tips from In Style magazine's Katrina Szish.
Britney Spears has filed for divorce from K-Fed after two years of marriage.
At some point in their course, pretty much every MBA student will encounter "synergy," a modern-day business buzzword for the mutually advantageous combination of separate elements or interests.
Brangelina! TomKat! Britney and KFed!
The Sporting News, which is owned by investor Paul Allen, is up for sale, the company announced Tuesday, citing what it says is "unsolicited interest" in the nation's oldest sporting publication.
Sports Illustrated's iconic swimsuit issue is crossing into the new millennium.
Sports Illustrated's iconic swimsuit issue is crossing into the new millennium.
Sports Illustrated may get a second chance at life in television in a partnership with Comcast's Outdoor Life Network, according to a news report published Friday.
Louis Cona, the publisher of Vanity Fair magazine will take on a new position in September as Vice President and publisher of The New Yorker, said Conde Nast Publications, amid several editorial shifts at the company.
The ongoing tug-of-war between regulators and tobacco companies has returned to the schools, with a new report that media publishers have agreed to pull tobacco ads from school-bound magazines upon request.
The radio industry, whose main goal is not to entertain but to help companies build consumer awareness through advertising, has discovered it's got an image problem -- and it's fighting back.
In the beginning there was just the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
Magazine publishers have long been feeling left out in the cold amid a resurgent advertising market.
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It is the one cover for Sports Illustrated guaranteed to be jinx-free.
So far 2004's been good for the market. Now if stocks can just keep their head above water through Thursday, we can all be confident that Wall Street is going to have another year in the black.
Hugh Hefner is the first to admit that he's the "luckiest guy on the planet." At 77 years of age, he lives on a $50 million Los Angeles estate and has seven live-in girlfriends. Not that we're goin...
When FORTUNE last checked in with Primedia (see "The Weirdest Mishmash in Media" in the fortune.com archive), CEO Tom Rogers had just completed a series of high-profile Internet deals--including a ...
In the heady days just before the new millennium--and what proved to be the giddy last days of the dot-com bubble--Primedia's new CEO, Tom Rogers, stood before a group of analysts and fund managers...
Recently, journalists around the country received a rather desperate e-mail from a total stranger. "Hello, my name is Eric Hellweg and I'm a senior editor at Business 2.0 magazine," it began. "We'r...
"Business, in the modern sense of the word, is the distinctive expression of the American genius." --From a prospectus written by Time co-founder Henry Luce, less than a year before he would ignore...
The first thing Kate Betts did when she took over Harper's Bazaar was to start gutting the staff. The second thing she did was scrap the magazine's 133-year-old logo. And that's just six months int...
The fast-approaching holiday season is an excellent time for travel literature. With winter weather looming, what better time to dream and scheme about indulging your wanderlust? And what better wa...
This past Memorial Day weekend, Steven T. Florio, the president and CEO of Conde Nast Publications, made a dramatic change at The New Yorker, the most illustrious of the 17 magazines he runs for bi...
How narrow can a magazine's niche get? Narrower than you might think. If you're a 'zine (i.e., a homemade publication that tends to have all the gloss of a church bulletin), your circulation may be...
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