NEW YORK — Celebrity chef and former talk show host Robert Irvine is launching a new print magazine in partnership with American Media, LLC (AM), a leading publisher of celebrity and health and fitness brands.
Now on sale at newsstands, the first-ever 100-page special edition print issue builds on the success of Irvine’s digital lifestyle magazine which debuted in May of 2016 and features all-new material in addition to some of Irvine’s favorite stories. The first-ever issue of Robert Irvine Magazine includes celebrity interviews, recipes, fitness tips, inspirational stories, family advice, and more.
“Robert Irvine Magazine has been a special, personal way for me to connect with my fans and share my best lifestyle advice for the last two and a half years,” Robert said. “It’s very exciting for me to see the magazine finally go to print. I personally selected each story featured in this special edition and look forward to taking readers on a journey and sharing the empowering message that is at the heart of Robert Irvine Magazine: Nothing is impossible.”
The magazine is a partnership between Irvine and AM which will oversee advertising, marketing services and national distribution for the magazine. In the debut issue, readers will find in-depth interviews with the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Gary Sinise, Robert’s favorite healthy recipes, workouts and fitness tips, and inspiring stories about military veterans and their families.
“Robert lives and breathes a purpose-driven, healthy, and engaged lifestyle and has been committed to helping others live fuller and happier lives through his numerous TV projects and his incredible commitment to U.S. servicemen and women,” said AM Executive Vice President and Group Publisher Chris Scardino. “We couldn’t be more excited to partner with Robert to bring his passion and commitment to life with Robert Irvine Magazine and help him continue to have an extraordinary impact through a new and engaging platform.”
There are no plans for additional print versions besides the special edition and Robert Irvine Magazine will continue with digital issues in January 2019.