Triple J Magazine

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Triple J Magazine is an Australian monthly music magazine associated with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's youth radio station Triple J.

The magazine was originally called J Mag, then jmag, and was rebranded in August 2010 to incorporate the Triple J logo and full name in its masthead after research indicated that greater association with the station's branding would appeal to non-reader listeners.[1]

It is now independently owned and published for ABC Magazines by News Custom Publishing.[2]

is the only place where Triple J programs for the forthcoming month are listed, apart from the station's own website. It features presenters, the Triple J Hottest 100, Unearthed profiles, as well as reviews for music, DVDs and TV such as Rage and other ABC TV programs including digital channel ABC3.

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  1. ^ Triple J Unveils Magazine Rebrand, B&T, 23 August 2010.
  2. ^ Triple j magazine, National Library of Australia.

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