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. It is independently owned and published for ABC Magazines by News Custom Publishing.[1]

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.[2]

It 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.


  1. ^ "Triple j magazine". National Library of Australia. Retrieved 8 June 2015. 
  2. ^ "Triple J Unveils Magazine Rebrand". B&T. 23 August 2010. Archived from the original on 11 March 2012. 

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