In partnership with Madavor Media, Exact Editions is delighted to announce JazzTimes is now available on its digital platform. With its extensive modern archive comprising of over 80 back issues spanning 8 years, individual and institutional subscribers will have access to a comprehensive and in-depth coverage of the jazz scene.
Its roots date back to Radio Free Jazz, a publication founded by Ira Sabin in 1970 when he was operating a record store in Washington, D.C. Originally a newsletter designed to update shoppers on the latest jazz releases, it grew substantially over the following decade, attracting readers and writers from around the world. In 1980, the magazine’s broader focus and appeal prompted the name change to JazzTimes and has since then continued to evolve into what it is now a widely regarded world’s leading jazz publication.
Published ten times a year, every issue includes extensive news coverage and award-winning jazz journalism, providing readers with insightful reviews and coverage. Decades of back issues provide hundreds of album, book and video reviews, world-class photography and award-winning graphics as well as informative features and columns. At times controversial, always entertaining, JazzTimes is a favourite of musicians and fans alike.
As an invaluable source of information and views on the music’s past, present, and future, its digital archive provides an effortless and modern way of exploring its back issues as well as easily viewing, sharing and syncing new and upcoming issues.
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