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ESPN (1-year)
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Manufacturer: ESPN, Inc.
Average Customer Rating: Average rating of 3.0/5Average rating of 3.0/5Average rating of 3.0/5Average rating of 3.0/5Average rating of 3.0/5

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Binding: Magazine
First Issue Lead Time: 6-10
Format: Magazine Subscription
Issues Per Year: 26
Label: ESPN, Inc.
Magazine Type: Consumer magazine
Manufacturer: ESPN, Inc.
Number Of Issues: 26
Publisher: ESPN, Inc.
Release Date: 2001-11-23
Studio: ESPN, Inc.
Subscription Length: 365

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Editorial Reviews:

The Magazine for the NEXT generation of sports fans with emphasis on the personality, lifestyle & off--the-field activities of today's newsworthy &up-and-coming; athletes. All delivered with insights, humor, cutting edge design and in-your-face photography.


Spotlight customer reviews:

Customer Rating: Average rating of 3/5Average rating of 3/5Average rating of 3/5Average rating of 3/5Average rating of 3/5
Summary: competent mag
Comment: Could use more graphics and internet links to show the difference between itself and SI.

Customer Rating: Average rating of 2/5Average rating of 2/5Average rating of 2/5Average rating of 2/5Average rating of 2/5
Summary: Sportscenter on Paper: Colorful and fast but offers no depth
Comment: I've subscribed to ESPN and The Sporting News for a couple years now. When my subscriptions end, I won't be renewing ESPN.

I want detailed sports information, in-depth stories and the kind of details I can't find in my morning copy of USA Today. Instead, ESPN delivers a Maxim-esque version of sports with lots of popular culture reference and clip art. And plenty of ads for gold jewelry, cell phones and men's body spray.

I used to complain more but I've come to realize the magazine is a reflection of SportsCenter -- a show that has devolved into a series of annoying euphemisms for home runs, slam dunks and touchdowns.

Bottom line: If you love SportsCenter, you'll love ESPN magazine. If not, look at the newly-redesigned The Sporting News or Sports Illustrated.

Customer Rating: Average rating of 2/5Average rating of 2/5Average rating of 2/5Average rating of 2/5Average rating of 2/5
Summary: a bit disappointed
Comment: As traditional sports fans, sons were a bit disappointed in coverage; only have 2 issues so will wait and see: price was excellent, very fast delivery, no hidden charges

Customer Rating: Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5
Summary: Best Sports Mag
Comment: ESPN the network sucks besides PTI and Collge Football Gameday but this mag is pretty good.I look foward to getting my new one every 2 weeks
way better than SI,TSN or anything else.

Customer Rating: Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5Average rating of 5/5
Summary: Great Imagery
Comment: ESPN magazine has always been a favorite of mine. They have interesting stories and outstanding photography. They are definitely top notch behind the lens.


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