Popular Photography Magazine

Infobox Magazine
title = "Popular Photography & Imagaing"


image_size = 200px
image_caption = "Pop Photo" Sept 2006
editor = John Owens
editor_title = Editor-in-Chief
frequency = Monthly
circulation = 2,085,000. [ [http://www.hfmus.com/HachetteUSA/Page.asp?Site=PopularPhotography] Popular Photography Magazine website, accessed April 01, 2007]
category =
company = Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S., Inc.
publisher = Jeffrey Roberts
firstdate = 1937
country = USA
language = English
website = [http://www.popphoto.com]
issn = 1542-0337|

Popular Photography & Imaging, also called Popular Photography or Pop Photo, is a monthly American consumer magazine founded in 1937 and the world's largest imaging magazine, with an editorial staff twice the size of its nearest competitor.Fact|date=June 2008

The current publisher is Jeffrey Roberts and the current Editor-in-Chief is John Owen.

History

According to its auditor, the Audit Bureau of Circulations (or ABC), "Popular Photography & Imaging" has a rate base (that is, subscription and single copy sales) of 400,000 with a total audience of 2,085,000. [ [http://www.hfmus.com/HachetteUSA/Page.asp?Site=PopularPhotography] Popular Photography Magazine website, accessed April 01, 2007]

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