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Editor-in-ChiefLindsey Silken
CategoriesTeen magazine
Circulation13,000 subscribers nationally
Year founded2004
Final issue2009
CompanyJFL Media (defunct)
WebsiteJVibe website (inactive)

JVibe was a bimonthly magazine for Jewish teens aged 12–18, published by a company called JFL Media between 2004 and 2009. Lack of funds forced the publisher to close down all activities in October 2009, including the publication of JVibe.[1][2] Sections of the magazine included pop culture events, celebrity interviews, news from Israel, sports stories, music, and movies.[3][4]

The magazine's companion website, jvibe.com, was taken over by web hosting service Jvillage Network,[1] but has been inactive since April 2010.[5] It includes a discussion board, blog entries, on-going polls, surveys, and contests.


  1. ^ a b JFL Media pressrelease Retrieved February 2, 2011
  2. ^ Teen mag to stop printing, Peoplehood.org Retrieved February 2, 2011
  3. ^ Lynn Schofield Clark (2007). Religion, Media, and the Marketplace. Rutgers University Press. p. 92. ISBN 0813540186.
  4. ^ "Heeb Teens Get Zine of Their Own". www.jewishjournal.com. Retrieved January 28, 2008.
  5. ^ On "Trak" for Gold, last article published Retrieved February 2, 2011.