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The history of the magazine dates back to Radio Free Jazz, a publication founded in 1970 by Ira Sabin when he was operating a record store in Washington, DC. It was originally a newsletter designed to update shoppers on the latest jazz releases and provide jazz radio programmers with a means of communicating with the industry. However, Radio Free Jazz grew substantially over the next decade, attracting readers and writers from around the world. Since then JazzTimes has continued to evolve into what is widely regarded as the world’s leading jazz publication. Expect to find: Extensive news coverage, Award winning jazz journalism, CD Book and Video reviews, Informative features and columns, Special directories, Readers polls, Critic picks, and much more.
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