About Ebony magazine subscription
Ebony magazine was first published in the year 1945 from Chicago, United States of America. This is a monthly magazine covering mostly the Black- African and American communities’ prospective. It has more than 11-million readers. It features the good thinker’s views of Black-America. It gives the food for thought for the young generation leaders of America. Ebony promotes the young celebrities by putting them on cover stories. But recently they have put Nene Leakes photograph on cover stories which has been criticized by the young and conservative readers.
Ebony magazine covers Entertainment, Culture, Love and Sex, News and Views, Style, Wellness, Empowerment, Life, Career & Finance and Black History.
This magazine’s Cover stories featured only with African, American politicians and celebrities right from the day of inception. This magazine is also available on websites. In Google Book Search we can download all issues from 1959 to December 2008 free of cost. For current issues one has to subscribe online.
Ebony magazine always makes controversial remarks and becomes the headlines in the mainstream press. The conservative readers of Ebony always disagreed with the selection of cover choice. In the year 2010 it celebrates its 65th birthday covering the photograph of Taraji P Henson. Inside the magazine it also printed six cover pictures of old issues featuring different celebrities.
Ebony magazine makes a special issue in the year 2008 with 8 cover pages showing the photographs of “25 coolest brothers of all times” like Barack Obama, Denzel Washington, and Muhammad Ali. Ebony magazine has always created interest in hi society sophisticated and intelligent African-American readers from inception of the magazine. The articles and photography published timely on history, entertainment, arts, health, sports and social events has created interest amongst the readers.
Ebony magazine gives review on music and books. The fashion tips in the magazine are great help to the readers.
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