Halftime Magazine

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Halftime Magazine
EditorChristine Ngeo Katzman
CategoriesMusic education, Marching band
PublisherMuse Media, LLC
FounderChristine Ngeo Katzman
Year foundedJuly 2007
CountryUnited States
Based inLos Angeles, California

Halftime Magazine, which premiered in July 2007, is a glossy print magazine that highlights the “sights, sounds and spirit of the marching arts”. Halftime Magazine is a publication of Muse Media, LLC, based in Los Angeles, California. The first issue printed was the July/August 2007 issue. The magazine focuses on music careers, college preparation and college football's bowl games.

This bimonthly lifestyle magazine connects high school and college musician-athletes through shared experiences about competitions, school spirit, and band traditions with profiles, first-person accounts and thought-provoking feature stories. In addition, the publication provides tips to enhance students’ musical and marching skills as well as connect the band community through news, events calendars and product reviews. It covers high school marching bands, college marching bands, drum corps, winter guards, indoor drum line and all-age ensembles.[1]


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