Established in 1917 by American Publisher Joseph Pulitzer, the Pulitzer Prize is a US award given for achievements in newspaper, online journalism, literature and musical composition. Yearly the prize is given in 21 different categories with a cash award of $10,000 and a certificate.


ESPN The Magazine is a bi-weekly sports magazine of ESPN sports network in United States published since 11th March, 1998. This magazine includes everything which a sports fan is looking for like basketball, baseball, football, hockey and even other extreme sports. The magazine takes a humorous and light-hearted approach to sport news compared to its competitors.

Conde Nast Traveler magazine, published by Conde Nast, is an American magazine. This magazine originated from the mailing sent by Diners Club, a credit card company in 1953. The mail contained lists of locations where the card could be used. The magazine was started with the name as Diners Club Magazine in 1960 and later was changed to Signature in 1860. Then it was re-launched as Conde Nast Traveller in 1987 with the subtitle ‘Truth in Travel’.


John Wiley and Sons is a leading publication house which deals with the publications of educational and academic publishing. Established in 1807, the Wiley’s are a New York based publication house which over the centuries have published excellent books in the form of encyclopedias, journals, training materials and educational books for graduates, under-graduates and post-graduate students in every field.

Rolling Stone was founded by the music critic, editor and publisher, Jann Wenner in San Francisco in 1967. It is a US based magazine and is published every two weeks. This magazine became popular within two years of publication and was widely accepted as one of the most authorative publications on rock and roll music.

Sir Allen Lane founded the Penguin Books in 1935. The high quality and inexpensive paperback made Penguin Books popular in the 1930’s. In 1936, another company was established in London by Penguin Books, this company within twelve months sold a whopping 3 million paperbacks. Even today, they take this format quite serious and offer world-class assistance for the same. It is also said that Lane invented paperback, as a matter of fact he never invented it; he just promoted it to utilize the opportunity.