Readers can purchase Entertainment Weekly magazines at physical retail outlets, such as newsstands, local pharmacies, grocery stores and bookstores, as well as online. Online, subscriptions and individual issues of the magazine are available directly from the Entertainment Weekly website. Issues can also be purchased on Amazon and eBay.
Entertainment Weekly is a popular magazine that publishes entertainment media news. Entertainment Weekly has built a strong brand since 1990 that attracts readers across demographic lines. The magazine was created by Jeff Jarvis and founded by Michael Klingensmith.
Entertainment Weekly publishes reviews of movies, music, television shows, games, technology and books. Subscribers receive 52 issues a year. The magazine also prints speciality issues, such as the Academy Awards issue; the spring, summer, fall and winter issues; and the "Must List." In addition to selling print copies, Entertainment Weekly also allows readers to access the magazine through digital mediums such as Kindle and mobile devices.
The Entertainment Weekly website has an extensive collection of back issues available for purchase. Subscriptions are available on Amazon, while individual, current and back issues are available for sale through eBay. The Entertainment Weekly website offers additional content to its audience, such as blogs, video programming and archived material.