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Magazine by Jeff Jarvis

122 x 165mm, 144 pages
Published in 2024
Published by: Bloomsbury

A pocket-sized history of the mainstream magazine, from its 18th century London origins, via its late 20th century consumerist heyday, to the recent end of its position as a definitive form of mass media.

Told by US media commentator Jeff Jarvis, who experienced the tail end of that heyday at major titles including Entertainment Weekly at Time Inc, TV Guide and People.

Anybody interested in how the magazine came to be what it is today will find enjoyment and frustration in equal parts in this well-told history.


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