The Sportswriter Who Left Her Job After Finding A Million Dollars

You may remember Selena Roberts from her days at The New York Times, where she became notorious for her crusading columns about the Duke lacrosse rape case. Or maybe you know her from her stint as a senior writer at Sports Illustrated, where she was part of the rotation that replaced Rick Reilly in the magazine's… » 7/15/13 2:03pm 7/15/13 2:03pm

Chris Stone Wins The Sports Illustrated Bake-Off, Takes Over The…

Last month we told you there was a bake-off at Sports Illustrated to determine the magazine's next managing editor. Now we have a winner: assistant managing editor Chris Stone. » 10/18/12 4:54pm 10/18/12 4:54pm

Bake-Off At Sports Illustrated! Jon Wertheim, Chris Stone Battle To…

Who's in charge at Sports Illustrated? Earlier this summer, longtime editor Terry McDonell told his staff that he was dialing back on some of his responsibilities. Last month, he got a new office on (SI's parent company) Time Inc.'s corporate floor, fueling even more talk that he was on his way out. But if all signs… » 9/13/12 11:44am 9/13/12 11:44am

Who Exactly Is Running Sports Illustrated? Sports Illustrated Staffers …

At Sports Illustrated's weekly editorial meeting on Thursday, top editor Terry McDonell had some news for the 30 or so staffers assembled. Job cuts were over, he said. (There were 16 departures and three layoffs in all.) And then he said something outwardly innocuous that people at the magazine have been puzzling over… » 7/23/12 12:25pm 7/23/12 12:25pm

In Desperate Bid To Be Down With The Youngs, Sports Illustrated Uses…

Oh boy. We've seen this before. Magazines are a bit of a crossroads, so in order to either (a) appeal to a younger audience or (b) to try to "engage social media," or whatever jargon-laden or ham-fisted way they want to describe it, they do little experiments. » 7/18/12 11:58am 7/18/12 11:58am