Is Pop Tiger a real magazine?

Is Pop Tiger a real magazine?

Is Pop Tiger a real magazine?

Pop Tiger is teen magazine that features Big Time Rush. It appeared in Big Time Sneakers, Big Time Sparks and Big Time Contest. Pop Tiger is a parody of the famous American teen magazine Tiger Beat.

Is Tiger Beat magazine still published?

Tiger Beat is an American internet teen fan magazine originally published by The Laufer Company, and marketed primarily to adolescent girls. The magazine had a paper edition which was sold at stores until December 2018….Tiger Beat.

Tiger Beat magazine, first issue
Categories Teen, celebrity
ISSN 0040-7380

Does BOP magazine still exist?

Bop was sold by its founders (Julie Jenkins, Teena Naumann, Kerry Laufer and Scott Laufer) to Primedia in 1998. Primedia sold it (along with Tiger Beat) to Scott Laufer in 2003. Bop ceased publication in July 2014.

Why was the magazine called Tiger Beat?

Enter Tiger Beat. “Tiger” was slang for “cute boy”; “beat” indicated how central music — the ’60s teen medium of choice — would be to the magazine.

What happened to right on magazine?

It was headquartered in New York City. It continued publishing on a regular basis until 2014 and focused on African-American celebrities. The magazine was acquired by Right On! Media Holdings, LLC in 2016 and now concentrates on its digital platform, and publishes select print titles.

When was Tiger Beat magazine published?

September 1965Tiger Beat / First issue date
The first publication of the magazine was released in September 1965. The original producers of the magazine were Charles and Ira Laufer as well as a television producer named Lloyd Thaxton.

Is 16 magazine still published?

Despite this, no regular or special issue of 16 Magazine was seen or published since, including online. By this time, newer teen magazines had taken over, such as J14, M Magazine, Popstar! Magazine, and the resurrected Tiger Beat.

Who was on the cover of Tiger Beat magazine?

Tiger Beat Magazine Volume 1 #3 November 1965 (Sonny and Cher on Cover) Paperback – January 1, 1965.

When did Ebony magazine go digital?

March 1st
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What happened to Jane magazine?

In September 1997, Jane Pratt’s new magazine, Jane, published by the Disney-owned Fairchild Publications, hit the stands with Drew Barrymore as its maiden cover girl. Fairchild Publications was purchased by Condé Nast Publications in 1999 and later sold to Penske Media in 2014.