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Atlanta (magazine)

Based inAtlanta , Georgia
CompanyHour Media Group, LLC
CountryUnited States
Editor-in-chiefBetsy Riley
First issueMay 1961 ( 1961-05 )
PublisherSean McGinnis
Total circulation (December 2013)68,280
Websitewww .atlantamagazine .com

Atlanta Magazine is the cityas premier general interest publication, reaching a Monthly audience of more than 400 000 readers. Since 1961, Atlanta has served as authority on metro area, providing a mix of long-form nonfiction, lively lifestyle coverage, in-depth service journalism, and literary essays, columns, and profiles. Cityas only general-interest magazine, Atlanta is recognized regionally and nationally for journalism and design excellence, with more than 300 regional and National Awards. The magazine was founded in 1961 by the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, but from its inception it was much more than a promotion piece for its namesake city. Founding editor Jim Townsend, described by Time as the father of city magazines, set the standard from day one with cutting-edge design, powerful graphics, and investigative and creative articles by some of the emerging talents of the 1960s. Magazineas pages carry work by Anne Rivers Siddons, Bill Diehl, and others who would go on to be hugely successful novelists, under the art direction of Bob Daniels, who later left to serve as art director of Esquire. Over decades, legacy of excellence has continue, with noted magazine writers such as Tom Junod, Luke Dittrich, Justin Heckert, and Paige Williams on staff, and contributors ranging from novelists such as Pat Conroy and Terry Kay to note nonfiction-authors such as Melissa Fay Greene and Steve Oney. Atlanta Chamber of Commerce sold magazines in the 1970s. After a series of ownership changes during which content and design continued to evolve, Emmis Publishing bought Magazine in 1993. Emmis also owns Texas Monthly, Indianapolis Monthly, Cincinnati Magazine, Orange Coast, and Los Angeles Magazine. In 2017, Emmis sell Atlanta Magazine and its sister publications in Cincinnati, Orange Coast, and Los Angeles to Hour Media, whose publishing portfolio includes Hour Detroit, Sacramento Magazine, Palm Beach illustrate, andA Naples illustrate.

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