People is a magazine that has been published weekly since 1974. They also produce a television documentary series, People Profiles, for which one was dedicated to Jim Henson in 1999.
- June 13, 1977 -- "The mother of Sesame Street", a biography on Joan Ganz Cooney.
- Nov. 7, 1977 -- "Is This Any Way for Grownups to Make a Living? Yes, for Muppet Masters Jim & Jane Henson", Nellie Blagden. Five-page feature on Jim Henson and Jane Henson.
- Sept. 3, 1979 -- "The Sex Goddess of the '80s? Miss Piggy Makes Her Mark on Showbiz in Indelible Oink" - cover story on Miss Piggy
- Jan. 17, 1983 -- "Muppet Master Jim Henson Has Another Brainchild—a Piggyless Project Starring Fraggles and Gorgs", Kristin McMurran. Preview of Fraggle Rock.
- July 17, 1989 -- "Picks and Pans Review: The Jim Henson Hour", John Stark. Review of The Jim Henson Hour episode "Health and Fitness". The reviewer referred to Henson's imagination as "lava from a psychedelic volcano"; Frank Oz was amused by the hyperbole and had the quote made into a desk plaque for Henson.
- March 28, 1990 -- "Smartening Up Our Couch-potato Chips" - Jim Henson speaks about an Environmental Show
- June 18, 1990 -- "Legacy of a Gentle Genius," tribute to Jim Henson
- June 8, 1999 -- "Miss Piggy Really Smells", short article on Miss Piggy's new perfume, Moi
- 1999 -- Sesame Street’s 30th Anniversary, Muppet performer spread