On the business of media, and beyond—through the lens of football
A business publication with a football spin, Kit Magazine uses the world’s most dynamic and influential sport as a hook and framework to explore an array of issues, themes, and players defining the marketplace—with a distinct eye to the intersection of media, policy, and society. Interviews, analysis, special features, and commentary, drawing on the talents of a range of contributors, combine with brilliant original photography and artwork for a package—hailed as “exquisite” by design firm Gensler (and “British” by Fox News)—that offers an exceptional take on the business conversation.
Published twice a year in print, with running digital features and live events year-round, Kit reaches an enterprising, urbane, international audience—avid fans of the game and casual observers alike.
Issue 02 / Spring 2017
Uzodinma Iweala / Black and White Stripes / Rob Reilly
Issue 03 / Autumn 2017
Football and the Global City: LA Focus
Jonathan Emmett / Banc of California Stadium in pictures / Five Transformative Initiatives: Los Angeles / 72andSunny
Issue 04 / Spring 2018
Damian Lewis / The Football-Media Value Proposition Part 1 / Christopher Vollmer / Kicking the Suburbs Out of the American Game (Matt Jarvis)
Issue 05 / Autumn 2018
Richard Brown / The Football-Media Value Proposition Part 2 / Stephen Plumlee / Gay Footie: Dos and Don’ts (Simon Doonan)
Created in association with Tribeca Film Festival
Football and the Global City
Created in association with Soccerex USA