TV Guide Magazine
One of the most popular magazines in the country, TV Guide Magazine is the only publication devoted exclusively to television—the shows, the stars and the entertainment industry. With its unparalleled access and authority, TV Guide Magazine covers every aspect of America’s most popular pastime—celebrity interviews, in-depth previews, sneak peeks and exclusive scoop on all your favorites. In every issue, TV Guide Magazine tells you what’s worth watching.
The Kindle Edition of TV Guide Magazine contains all the articles found in the print edition, including senior critic Matt Roush’s weekly reviews, as well as nightly prime-time listings (both Eastern and Pacific times). Each issue of the magazine is automatically delivered wirelessly to your Kindle on Thursdays at 10am.
Kindle Magazines are fully downloaded onto your Kindle so you can read them even when you’re not wirelessly connected.
The Kindle Edition of this magazine includes Page View. In Page View, your magazines look just like the printed edition with all the photos and formatting.
One of the most iconic publications in America, TV Guide magazine has been arriving weekly in homes since 1953. Over two million issues are in circulation as of 2011. In addition to television listings included in every issue, the magazine also features celebrity news, interviews, gossip, and film reviews.
TV Guide magazine was originally a regional publication, beginning in New York City. When the first national issue hit newsstands, the cover featured a true television icon, Lucille Ball, with her newborn son. In the last five decades, the magazine has continued to bring the biggest and best celebrity stories to the American people.
Currently owned and printed by United Video Satellite Group, this magazine continues successful circulation today. As the number of channels available to viewers in different markets has exploded in recent years, TV Guide magazine has evolved significantly. Today, the magazine remains a strong influence in the celebrity print medium as a reporting powerhouse, a point of reference, and a cultural norm, including common references on popular television shows and in films.
Celebrity news is a booming business, and TV Guide magazine has been there from the birth of the television age. A subscription to this periodical is more than just a television schedule mailed to your door each week. It provides an insider’s access into film, television, and popular culture. TV Guide magazine remains one of the most popular weekly magazines in the country and would make a great purchase for yourself or a gift for nearly anyone in your life.