List of teen magazines
  • 16 Magazine
    16 magazine
    16 Magazine was a fan magazine based out of New York City. It was the first magazine marketed to adolescents that focused exclusively on celebrities...

  • 20 Ans
    20 Ans
    20 Ans is a French monthly magazine for young women. It was founded in 1961. It was published by Excelsior until 2003, when it was acquired by Emap. In July 2006 its circulation reached 250,000....

  • American Cheerleader
  • Bananas
    Bananas (magazine)
    Bananas was an American humor magazine for teenagers. Scholastic Press published 72 issues between 1975 and 1984, plus various "Yearbooks" and paperback books....

  • Bis
    Bis (magazine)
    Bis is a magazine directed at teenaged schoolgirls, published in Japan by Kobunsha. JJ Bis had changed its title to Bis effective from the January 2006 issue. JJ Bis, former title of Bis, has been established in 2001 as an extra issue of monthly JJ, and JJ Bis is currently supported among Japanese...

  • Bliss
    Bliss (magazine)
    Bliss is a monthly British magazine aimed at teenage girls which currently retails at £2.75 and often comes with a gift such as make-up or a bag...

  • Blue Jean Magazine
    Blue Jean Magazine
    , founded by Sherry Handel was "the only magazine written by teen girls from around the world". Blue Jean was dubbed "The Thinking Girls' Magazine by USA Today. It was founded in 1995 and published in the United States from 1996 to 1998. The magazine was notable for publishing no advertisements and...

  • Bop
  • Boys' Life
    Boys' Life
    Boys' Life is the monthly magazine of the Boy Scouts of America . Its targeted readership is young American males between the ages of 6 and 18.Boys' Life is published in two demographic editions...

  • Bravo
    Bravo (magazine)
    Bravo is the largest teen magazine within the German-language sphere. The first issue was published in 1956, subtitled as "the magazine for film and television" . Marilyn Monroe's portrait graced the first published issue, the never-published dummy issue cover displayed Elvis Presley.-History:The...

  • Brio
    Brio (magazine)
    Brio is an American teen magazine. It was first published by Focus on the Family, an American evangelical group, and edited by Susie Shellenberger. The magazine is aimed at teen girls, and presents topics typical of other teen magazines from an evangelical Christian perspective.Brio magazine was...

  • Candy
    Candy (magazine)
    Candy is a magazine which is dedicated to the Filipino youth. It is published by Summit Media, publisher of Yes! Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, Total Girl, and others. The magazine is manned by editor-in-chief Mia Fausto....

  • The Contributor (LDS publication)
    The Contributor (LDS publication)
    The Contributor was an independent publication associated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints between 1879 and 1896. It was a monthly periodical and sought to represent the Young Men's and Young Ladies' Mutual Improvement Associations, the youth organizations of the LDS Church at...

  • Cosmo Girl
  • Culture Magazine
  • Dolly
  • Dynamite
    Dynamite (magazine)
    Dynamite was a magazine for children founded by Jenette Kahn and published by Scholastic Press from 1974 until 1992. Kahn edited the first three issues. Then the next 109 issues were edited by Jane Stine, wife of children's author R.L. Stine. The first issue, Dynamite #1, was dated March 1974 and...

  • Elle Girl
    Elle Girl
    Elle Girl was the largest older-teen fashion and beauty magazine brand in the world with 12 editions and supplements worldwide. Launched in August 2001, it was the younger sibling to Elle magazine, and similarly focused on beauty, health, entertainment and looked at daring fashion—its slogan: "Dare...

  • Expreszo
    Expreszo is the only magazine for lesbian, gay and bisexual youth in the Netherlands and Flanders.-The philosophy:The name Expreszo does not refer to espresso. It is a combination of two Dutch words, Expres and Zo which would roughly be translated into English as On Purpose Like This...

  • Faze
    Faze (magazine)
    Faze is a Canadian-based magazine written for teens and young adults. It is the largest teen magazine in Canada, and is also available in the United States....


  • Frida
    Frida (magazine)
    Frida is a magazine published in Sweden. It was the tenth best selling magazine in the country in 2004....

  • Girlfriend
  • Girls' Life
    Girls' Life (magazine)
    Girls' Life is an American teen magazine. It was launched in 1994 by Monarch Services. Issues of Girls' Life contain information and advice on topics such as academic success, peer pressure, time management tips, stress-relieving ideas and self-esteem. Girls' Lifes website hosts a penpal program,...

  • Hi
    Hi (magazine)
    Hi, also known as Hi International, was a glossy, teen lifestyle publication targeted at Middle Eastern and Muslim youth. Like Alhurra and Radio Sawa, the magazine was a tool of public diplomacy, produced by the United States State Department in c Group, an external publishing company.-History:The...

  • Imagine
  • It's HOT!
    It's HOT!
    It's HOT! is a British entertainment magazine aimed at 9–13-year-old girls, covering television, pop music, movies and celebrity gossip. It is sold with a 26-page cartoon magazine called Extra!, which includes comic strips about McFly, EastEnders and more. It is published by BBC Magazines.It's HOT!...

  • J-14

  • JVibe
    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 publcation of JVibe...

  • Jackie
    Jackie (magazine)
    Jackie was a weekly British magazine for girls. The magazine was published by D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd of Dundee from 11 January 1964 until its closure on 3 July 1993—a total of 1534 issues....

  • Just Seventeen
    Just Seventeen
    Just Seventeen, often referred to as J-17, was a weekly magazine aimed at teenage girls, published by Emap from October 1983 to April 2004. It quickly became the market leading teen magazine until the launch of Sugar in 1994, after which sales began to fall...

  • KEWL Magazine
    KEWL Magazine
    KEWL Magazine is a national teen magazine distributed in the United States and Canada. It is published by KEWL, LLC and is located in Burbank, California, with distribution at mass merchandisers and bookstore chains throughout the country....

  • K-Zone
    K-Zone is a magazine in Australia, New Zealand, The Philippines and Malaysia. It is aimed at children aged 8–16...

  • Logan
  • M
    M (magazine)
    M Magazine is a monthly teen magazine. It is published by Bauer Publishing, the United States division of the German firm Bauer Verlagsgruppe. Like the majority of teenage magazines, it contains common features like teen gossip, quizzes, fashion, hot couples, posters and more with celebrities that...

  • MensEGG
    MensEGG is a style magazine distributed in Japan aimed at young men. It is a counterpart of Egg magazine, which focuses on Gyaru-oh fashions – it is the gyaru-oh bible...

  • MH-18
    MH-18 (magazine)
    MH-18, published by Rodale Press, was a magazine covering teen lifestyle. It was the first magazine targeted specifically to 13- to 18-year-old males. The magazine, a youth-oriented version of Men's Health magazine, ceased publication in November 2001....

  • Mizz Magazine
    Mizz Magazine
    Mizz Magazine is a magazine published in the United Kingdom, and is aimed at teenage and pre-teen girls . Mizz incorporates pages of fashion; displaying clothing trends, using models ranging from 12 to 16 years old. It encourages its readers to write in about events in their life, varying from...

  • Muslim Girl Magazine
    Muslim Girl Magazine
    Muslim Girl Magazine was a bi-monthly fashion, beauty, and lifestyle publication marketed for young Muslim women. Founded in January 2007 and published by Toronto's ExecuGo Media, the magazine offered style advice, articles on movies and music, and general advice, but with a grounding in normative...

  • New Era
    New Era (magazine)
    New Era is an official magazine of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. First published in January 1971 along with the Ensign and the Friend, the New Era's intended audience has always been the youth of the Church...

  • Nicola
    Nicola (magazine)
    is a fashion magazine published in Japan by Shinchosha. This magazine targets young girls ranging from early- to mid-teens. The magazine is known for its models...

  • niNe. magazine
    Nine magazine
    niNe. magazine is a publication aimed at teenage girls. The magazine is a production of Nine Magazine, Inc., a 5013, non-profit organization established in 2005. In an initial publication run, the magazine reached a circulation of 20,000 with a subscriber-base throughout 43 states and four...

  • Non-no
    is a Japanese fashion magazine published by Shueisha. Like CanCam, non-no has a comparatively longer history than other Japanese fashion magazines e.g. Cawaii!, Olive and so forth. The magazine is targeted at teens and young women in their early 20s....

  • Płomyk
  • Popstar! Magazine
    Popstar! Magazine
    Popstar! Magazine is a worldwide released teen magazine featuring news stories on celebrities.-History:Popstar! Magazine is a nationally recognized teen-entertainment magazine for kids ages 10 to 16. It was founded by editor in chief Matthew Rettenmund and was first published on October 15, 1998,...

  • Popteen
    is a monthly teenage fashion magazine published by the Kadokawa Haruki Corporation in Japan. The first issue was published on October 1, 1980 by Kadokawa Shoten. Later issues were published by Asuka Shinsha who bought the magazine for 200 million yen...

  • Pravda
    Pravda (Lithuania)
    Pravda is a Lithuanian youth magazine about urban lifestyle, culture, music, art, fashion and other significant topics. "Pravda" was founded by former editors of "K" magazine in 2004. The first issue was published in November 2004...

  • Ranzuki
    Ranzuki is a fashion magazine published monthly in Japan by Bunka-sha Publishing & Co.. A gal magazine, Ranzuki mainly targets women in their teens and shows its preference for dark-skin and 109 items.-History:...

  • Relate magazine
    Relate magazine
    Relate is an American magazine for teenagers. Privately owned and operated, it was first published in Winter of 2008, based out of St. Louis, Missouri...

  • Right On!
    Right On!
    Right On! is an American teen magazine. It is published by Dorchester Media in New York City, and it was a sister publication of Tiger Beat....

  • Sassy
  • Seventeen
    Seventeen (magazine)
    Seventeen is an American magazine for teenagers. It was first published in September 1944 by Walter Annenberg's Triangle Publications. News Corporation bought Triangle in 1988, and sold Seventeen to K-III Communications in 1991. Primedia sold the magazine to Hearst in 2003. It is still in the...

  • Shameless
    Shameless (magazine)
    Shameless is a Canadian magazine with a feminist perspective for girls. It is published three times a year.Shameless is an independent Canadian voice for smart, strong, sassy young women and trans youth...

  • Shout
    Shout (magazine)
    Shout is a UK magazine for teenage girls, published by D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd of Dundee, Scotland, since 1993. It is not to be confused with Shout NY, a cult thought and culture magazine published in New York City from 1998-2003....

  • Smile
    Smile (magazine)
    Smile was a magazine aimed at teenage girls. At first it was supposed to be a mainstream teen mag similar to Seventeen, but with added manga; later, it became more focused on manga and removed most of its other features. It was discontinued in 2002. It was published by TOKYOPOP.Sailor Moon, Peach...

  • Sneak magazine
    Sneak magazine
    Sneak magazine was a British weekly magazine for young women. It focused on celebrity gossip, real life stories and high street fashion and beauty. The magazine was owned by Emap, one of the biggest publishers of magazines in the UK....

  • Sports Illustrated Kids (also feat. Sports Illustrated Teen)
  • Sugar Magazine
    Sugar Magazine
    Sugar was a British magazine for teenage girls published by Hachette Filipacchi. Its content focused on boys, fashion, celebrities, real-life stories about teenagers and other similar matters. The editor, when it closed, was Annabel Brog. The brand lives on through the website Sugarscape, edited by...

  • Teen
    Teen (magazine)
    Teen was an American teen lifestyle magazine for preteen and early teenage girls, ages 10 to 15. The content of Teen included advice, entertainment news, quizzes, fashion, beauty, celebrity role models, and "real-girl stories".-Content:...

  • Teen Beat
    Teen Beat
    Teen Beat was an American magazine geared towards teenaged readers.First published in August 1976, the magazine was preceded by sister publications 16 Magazine, published in 1956, and Tiger Beat, which was first published in 1965...

  • Teen Ink
    Teen Ink
    Teen Ink is a monthly tabloid-format magazine which is marketed to, and written by, teenagers. It is based in Newton, Massachusetts, and published by the Young Authors Foundation, a non-profit organization. The magazine's name was originally The 21st Century. The magazine was founded by John and...

  • Teen People
  • Teen Scene Magazine
    Teen Scene Magazine
    Teen Scene Magazine is an online magazine for teenagers and young adults by teenagers and young adults. The magazine publishes between a new themed issue per month with new content published daily. TeenScenes content focuses primarily on five different channels: real life, beauty, music, movies,...

  • Teen Vogue
    Teen Vogue
    Teen Vogue magazine began as a version of Vogue magazine for teenage girls. This US magazine focuses on fashion and celebrities and offers information about the latest entertainment and feature stories on current issues and events.- Description :...

  • Teen Voices
    Teen Voices
    Teen Voices is an intensive journalism, mentoring, and leadership program for teen girls in Boston. Through its program, teens write and create articles for an internationally distributed print and online magazine. Teen Voices has 45,000 print readers and receives more than 275,000 page views from...

  • The Teenager
    The Teenager (Pakistan)
    The Teenager is a youth magazine published in Karachi, Pakistan, since August 1969. Headed by Mrs. Masudah M. Ahmad as its chief editor since its inception, The Teenager has frequently been the only English-language media outlet for young people in Pakistan.The Teenager has served as a nursery for...

  • Tiger Beat
    Tiger Beat
    Tiger Beat is an American fan magazine marketed primarily to adolescent girls. It is currently published by Laufer Media, Inc. of Los Angeles, California, which also produces its sister publication, Bop....

  • Unish-Kuri
    Unish Kuri, which literally means "nineteen twenty", targeted at teens and young adults, is one of the youngest fortnightly magazines published from ABP Ltd, publishers of Anandabazar Patrika and , of Kolkata, India, that took off as a new division, or wing of Anandamela, the 33-year-old legendary...

  • Vervegirl
    Vervegirl is a Canadian teen magazine published by Youth Culture.-About:Vervegirl is Canada's leading in-school magazine for young women aged 13–24...

  • Vivi
    Vivi (magazine)
    is a Japanese fashion magazine published by K L. ViVi is one of Asia's top fashion magazines, and is published in Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Thailand...

  • Wave Magazine
    Wave Magazine
    Wave is an English language, monthly magazine published by Himal Media . Each month, Wave publishes articles addressing the youth and their varied interests. Apart from touching the lighter and the fun side, it also addresses the more 'serious' aspects- but from a youthful perspective. The magazine...

  • Yes!
    Yes! is a Hong Kong teen lifestyle magazine with a slogan "All-weather Youth Magazine" . Founded by Joe Nieh and Simon Siu on 20 November 1990, it was originally a semimonthly magazine published on every 5th and 20th of each month and priced at HK$10...

  • YGA
    YGA (magazine)
    YGA was a bimonthly magazine for LGBT youth launched in December 2004. It was established by Benjie Nycum and Michael Glatze and published in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada as Benjie Nycum, YGAs co-founder actually grew up there although he was an American. Benjie and Michael had met while both were...

  • YM
    YM (magazine)
    YM was an American teen magazine that began in 1932. It was published for 72 years and was the second-oldest girls' magazine in the United States...

  • Young Woman's Journal
    Young Woman's Journal
    Young Woman's Journal was an official publication of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints between 1897 and 1929. It was an official periodical of the Young Ladies' Mutual Improvement Association, then the LDS Church's organization for adolescent females.Young Woman's Journal was founded...


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