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| Posted in | Posted on Tuesday, May 24, 2011

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The official press release...

SLAM MAGAZINE HITS PHILIPPINE SHORES

This May 2011, Filipinos will have one more thing to look forward to from the world of basketball. SLAM, the US-based basketball magazine, will finally reach our shores by way of the launch of its first-ever Philippine Edition. The iconic basketball title's local version aims to deliver to Pinoy basketball fans the latest on all things hoop-related, from NBA, college ball and high school hoops to old-school stories, kicks, streetball and the fashion and culture of the game.

SLAM was founded in 1994 as the "in your face basketball magazine" for the ultimate basketball fan, with NBA star Larry Johnson gracing its first ever cover. Seventeen years later, SLAM continues to be the most dominant basketball media outlet in the world, still getting at the game's greatest stars in a way that no one else can. SLAM brings the reader face to face with their favorite players, and has become "the basketball bible" for all things that matter in the basketball universe.

SLAM Philippines promises to give its readers the best of both worlds. While still keeping the US and international content that loyal followers have come to love over the years, the magazine will also have the most unique features on the best that Pinoy basketball has to offer: spanning across the PBA, the UAAP and NCAA to the National Team programs and everything else in between. For its maiden issue, SLAM Philippines focuses on three of the hottest local stories in the country: Kiefer Ravena, Smart Gilas and Ronald Tubid.

SLAM's first Philippine Issue will be available in all leading bookstores and newsstands nationwide beginning Wednesday, May 25, 2011. The magazine will retail for P200.00.

For more information, follow SLAM Philippines on Twitter (@SLAMonlineph) or email us at info@slamonlineph.com.

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