Since mid-September, the iconic Sports Illustrated and Sports Illustrated Kids magazines have been available to PressReader users in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, U.K and the U.S. PressReader will leverage its B2B and B2C network and distribute the magazines in those countries.
With a vast network of B2B partners and B2C readers, PressReader brings Sports Illustrated and Sports Illustrated Kids to large and diverse audiences. Millions of global hotel guests, international airlines and cruise ship passengers will enjoy the powerful storytelling across platforms and engaging digital experiences of the two publications anytime, anywhere on any device. PressReader's technologies create a supreme three-dimensional reading experience for readers to enjoy the high-quality content of Sports Illustrated and Sports Illustrated Kids, with the same level of visual impact and engagement with the iconic and beloved photography from the best writers and photojournalists in the game.
"Sports Illustrated is one of the best known and respected sports magazines and will be a welcomed addition to PressReader, among sports titles like FourFourTwo, L'Equipe and Golf Digest. We're excited to add Sports Illustrated and Sports Illustrated Kids to our catalog of quality magazines and bolster the publications’ reach to new audiences across our global network," says Steve Chapman, senior vice president of content partnerships at PressReader.
Sports Illustrated is operated by The Arena Group under a license from Authentic Brands Group (ABG), a brand development, marketing and entertainment company. Sports Illustrated reaches more than 50 million monthly visitors across all of its sports media platforms.
PressReader is the largest all-you-can-read platform of newspapers and magazines where people can discover relevant and trusted content from anywhere in the world. Find publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, The Globe and Mail, The Guardian, Newsweek, Forbes, Le Figaro and Vanity Fair, to name just a few.
Using their phone, tablet or computer, readers can browse, read and download entire issues for offline use. They can subscribe for unlimited access or get the full experience sponsored by one of its brand partners — businesses that leverage the premium content platform to enhance their customers' experience: household names like Marriott, Fairmont Hotels, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Air Canada, Princeton University, the New York Public Library and Seabourn Cruise Lines.
About PressReader Limited:
PressReader Limited (“the company”) is a group of technology companies on a mission to transform the way people read and learn in the digital age. The company is building a data-driven and experience-centric one-stop platform to empower content creators, readers and business partners in every step of content creation, distribution, information consumption and brand engagement.
The company works with the publishers of over 14,000 newspapers, magazines and educational publications and collaborates with global business partners from 150 countries to connect people from every corner of the world with quality content. The company’s online reading platform, PressReader, is the world’s largest digital newsstand. The all-you-can-read platform offers more than 7,000 newspapers and magazines in 64 languages from over 125 countries. For more information, please visit: about.pressreader.com
About Sports Illustrated:
Sports Illustrated (SI) is an unparalleled and influential leader recognized for shaping modern culture and uniting athletes, teams and fans worldwide. SI’s award-winning media enterprise brings powerful storytelling to life across platforms ranging from Emmy-winning video to the monthly print magazine with a 67-year heritage. Get in-depth features, probing profiles, and iconic and beloved photography from the best writers and photojournalists in the game at SI.com. In July, the American Society of Magazine Editors announced that SI won Best Sports and Fitness Cover in their 2021 contest with “Empty Arena.”