Sports Illustrated subscribers and newsstand customers will see less issues this year when the magazine reduces the publishing frequency from 45 issues to 38. This move is an effort to save money on production and mailing for the publishing giant. This comes as the company reported another sluggish quarter closing out 2016 on a low note as far as earnings. There will probably more frequency cuts across the company's titles as CEO Rich Battista looks to squeeze profits and savings from every corner of the business.
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Friday, February 17, 2017