Tiger Beat

Tiger Beat is a teen magazine that focuses on celebrity news, interviews, and entertainment. It has been in publication for over 50 years and has become a staple of teen culture in the United States.Image:tiger-beat-sample-cover


Tiger Beat was first published in September 1965 by Charles Laufer, who later became the president and chairman of Laufer Media. The magazine was created to fill a gap in the teen magazine market, which at the time was dominated by publications aimed at girls. Tiger Beat quickly became popular among teenage boys and girls alike, providing coverage of pop and rock music stars.


Tiger Beat magazine has covered a wide range of topics over the years, but its main focus has always been on celebrity news and entertainment. The magazine has featured interviews with some of the biggest names in music, television, and film, including the Beatles, Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, and Zac Efron.

In addition to celebrity news, Tiger Beat also includes fashion and beauty tips, quizzes, and posters of popular celebrities.


Tiger Beat has had a significant impact on teen culture in the United States. Its coverage of popular celebrities has helped to create and shape celebrity culture, inspiring young people to dress like their favorite stars, listen to their music, and follow their careers.

The magazine has also been influential in the music industry, helping to launch the careers of many successful musicians. The Beatles, for example, were featured on the cover of Tiger Beat in 1966, and the magazine's coverage of the band helped to increase their popularity with teenage fans in the United States.

Recent Developments

Tiger Beat magazine has faced increasing competition from other entertainment and celebrity news sources, as the internet has made it easier for fans to access information about their favorite stars. In response, the magazine has expanded its online presence, launching a website and social media channels in order to reach a wider audience.

Tiger Beat continues to be popular among teenagers in the United States, and its coverage of celebrity news and entertainment remains a staple of teen culture.{{Categories}}

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