Entertainment Weekly Font
What font is used in the Entertainment Weekly logo?
“Scout” is the font used in the Entertainment Weekly logo. This font designed by Cyrus Highsmith and June Shin. You can purchase this font from the link below.
If you do not want to buy this font, we have also provided a free and alternative font that is very similar to the original font.
You can use this font in your personal projects. Download and enjoy this font from the link below.
If you need a logo font for your entertainment brand, how about choosing the Entertainment Weekly magazine logo font? This logo font become one of the most perfect ones with a bold and tall style. And letters that space apart and the word weekly is in the last four letters of “Entertainment”. Use news headlines and many more for other magazine brands, for example.
About Entertainment Weekly
Entertainment Weekly Magazine publishes monthly articles on a variety of topics, including film, television, music, Broadway theater, books, and popular culture. This popular magazine founded in 1990 by David Morris.
The magazine’s main television commercials, featured it as a consumer guide to popular culture, from movies, music, and book reviews, sometimes with video game and stage reviews, too.
In September 2016, in collaboration with People, Entertainment Weekly launched the weekly People / Entertainment Network. The network is “an online and video network with free advertising support that has short and long programming that includes celebrities, pop culture, lifestyle, and stories of interest to human beings.”
In September 2017, it re-introduced as PeopleTV.
The EW.com website gives users with daily content, news, blogs, TV programming, original video programming, and entertainment. And serves as an archive of interviews, columns, and previous photos in the magazine.