Pageant was a monthly magazine focused on beauty pageants, with coverage of national and international events, as well as profiles of contestants and winners from around the world. The magazine was based in New York City, and was published from 1944 to 2016.Image:pageant-sample-cover

Pageant was known for its in-depth reporting and analysis of the beauty pageant industry, and played a significant role in shaping the public's perception of these events. The magazine covered a wide range of topics related to beauty pageants, including fashion, talent, and social issues.

Pageant was distributed in print and online, and reached a wide audience of beauty pageant enthusiasts and industry professionals. The magazine's reporting and commentary often generated controversy and debate, as it sometimes raised questions about the fairness and ethics of beauty pageants.

Over its more than 70-year history, Pageant remained a queen in the world of beauty pageants, but faced financial difficulties in its later years due to declining readership and advertising revenue. In 2016, the magazine ceased publication, marking the end of an era of beauty pageantry journalism.

Despite its closure, Pageant remains an important part of the history of beauty pageantry, documenting the evolution of the industry and its impact on popular culture. The magazine's legacy lives on through its extensive archive of articles, which continue to be studied and cited by researchers and fans of beauty pageants alike.{{Categories}}

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