Jive Magazine (Terri Moss), December 1976

Jive Magazine (Terri Moss), December 1976

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Published by Good Publishing of Ft. Worth Texas, Jive magazine, along with Bronze Thrills, Hep, Sepia, Soul Teen and Soul Confessions, focused on sensationalize story lines and true confessions were the central theme. The paper used to print these magazines was newsprint and was of lesser quality than high-end black publications like Ebony, hence their designation as "pulp fiction."

Publisher George Levitan hired African-American workers, who were well-trained, well-paid, and routinely promoted to important positions.