Source Spotlight: Sports Illustrated
Think you know everything about this landmark publication? Think again—this week’s Source Spotlight goes in-depth with the masters of sports media, who’ve expanded far beyond their print offering and embraced the digital age.
As a special Super Bowl bonus, don’t miss our Sports Illustrated NFL feed! Check it out in What’s New now.
With an audience of over 30 million people and featured on more than a dozen different platforms, the Sports Illustrated mission is as true today as it was at the magazine’s inception:
“To offer sports fans trusted, authentic, agenda-free reporting and storytelling with the highest level photography and design. Sports Illustrated’s journalism goes deeper than the scores, moderating the national sports conversation for almost 60 years…”
“In a statement, Driver says he’s always enjoyed a “special bond” with Packers fans, and “can think of no better way to retire than to celebrate with them and the Packers organization.”“
“At a position dominated by the likes of Rob Gronkowski, Tony Gonzalez and Jimmy Graham, though, Pitta’s consistently improving play has flown under the radar… But the 49ers have taken notice.”
“Counting San Francisco’s two playoff wins, it has been five games since Aldon Smith recorded a sack. And yet, without question, the Baltimore Ravens will spend ample time preparing for the second-year player.”
And the moment we’re all waiting for: who do SI experts predict for Super Bowl victory?
Watch out, San Francisco: Peter King, Jim Trotter, Dennis Dillon, Andrew Perloff, and Tom Mantzouranis are anticipating a Ravens win. Chris Burke and Don Banks hold out as 49ers hopefuls.
Read the pros’ full analysis over at SI.com, and check out Sports Illustrated’s NFL feed on Pulse for full football insights!