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The magazine typically took a more lighthearted and humorous approach to sporting news compared with competitors such as Sports Illustrated and, previously, the Sporting News. On April 30, 2019, ESPN announced they would cease paper publishing in September 2019.
An advisory board supports the book's inaugural edition with decades of experience in longform writing and editing, including Howard Bryant \u2013 an ESPN.com senior writer \u2013 Kim Cross, Latria Graham, Linda Robertson, Roberto José Andrade Franco, Michael Mooney, Alex Belth, and Ben Baby \u2013 an ESPN NFL and boxing writer.
Executive Editor, ESPN The Magazine Scott Burton is the executive editor of ESPN The Magazine, a position he assumed in June 2011. His responsibilities are wide-ranging, from directing writers and editors to creating issue story lineups to recruiting writing talent.
The magazine typically took a more lighthearted and humorous approach to sporting news compared with competitors such as Sports Illustrated and, previously, the Sporting News. On April 30, 2019, ESPN announced they would cease paper publishing in September 2019.

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After more than two decades on newsstands, ESPN The Magazine will soon cease to exist \u2014 in a traditional printed format, anyways. ESPN said in a statement Tuesday that it will stop publishing its flagship magazine in September, ending its 21-year run as one of the most popular sports magazines on the market.
After more than two decades on newsstands, ESPN The Magazine will soon cease to exist \u2014 in a traditional printed format, anyways. ESPN said in a statement Tuesday that it will stop publishing its flagship magazine in September, ending its 21-year run as one of the most popular sports magazines on the market.
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After more than two decades on newsstands, ESPN The Magazine will soon cease to exist \u2014 in a traditional printed format, anyways. ESPN said in a statement Tuesday that it will stop publishing its flagship magazine in September, ending its 21-year run as one of the most popular sports magazines on the market.

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