The Land Report

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The Land Report
Editor Eric O'Keefe
Categories Newsmagazine
Frequency Quarterly
Publisher Eddie Lee Rider
First issue April 1, 2007
Company Land Report, LLC
Country USA
Language English
Website www.landreport.com
ISSN 1943-9709

The Land Report is an American magazine with a quarterly print edition. The magazine focuses on topics of interest to those who own or seek to own or invest in land.

In addition to its subscriber base, the print version of The Land Report is available at select Books-A-Million and Barnes & Noble stores. The digital edition is available via Nook [1] and via The Land Report app. [2]

First published in April 2007, it bills itself as “The Magazine of the American Landowner.” In its first year, it was recognized as one of the 15 hottest launches[3] in American media by Samir Husni. The magazine is best known for The Land Report 100, its annual list of America’s largest private landowners.[4]

The Land Report's first cover (April 1, 2007)

Numerous high-profile landowners have been featured in the print edition of The Land Report, including Tom Brokaw, Francis Ford Coppola, Harrison Ford, Jill Rappaport, Nolan Ryan and Clint Eastwood.

The magazine’s website, www.LandReport.com, features webcasts of many interviews from the print version, including Tom Brokaw, Francis Ford Coppola and Nolan Ryan.

Eric O’Keefe is editor-in-chief, and Eddie Lee Rider Jr. the publisher. The magazine is published by Land Report LLC in Dallas, Texas, USA.

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