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Are old TV Guides worth any money?

” Distributed in only 10 cities, this copy of TV Guide may be worth $300 in excellent condition. Close behind that, at about $250, is the Sept. 25, 1953, edition featuring George Reeves as Superman. Prices plummet from there among dealers, but some gems stick out.

Are old TV Guides worth any money?

” Distributed in only 10 cities, this copy of TV Guide may be worth $300 in excellent condition. Close behind that, at about $250, is the Sept. 25, 1953, edition featuring George Reeves as Superman. Prices plummet from there among dealers, but some gems stick out.

Can you still buy TV guides?

Since 1988, the brand has changed ownership a handful of times, and the magazine and its digital assets were split, with the digital business going to CBS Interactive. But TV Guide the magazine is still here.

What happened to TV guides?

The print magazine’s operating company, TV Guide Magazine LLC, is owned by NTVB Media since 2015. The magazine was spun off from TV Guide in 2008 by then-owner Macrovision to OpenGate Capital for $1 and a $9.5 million loan.

How much is TV Guide a year?

An annual subscription to TV Guide Magazine includes 52 weeks of TV listings delivered in the form of double and triple issues (currently 20 double and 4 triple). Frequency is subject to change without notice. Annual cover price is $121.76.

Who owns TV Guide?

NTVB Media
About Us | The official site of TV Guide Magazine. TV Guide Magazine is owned by NTVB Media, the publisher of TV entertainment and listings magazines that acquired the magazine in 2015. TV Guide Magazine is one of the most popular magazines in the country with more than 13 million weekly readers.

How much was the first TV Guide?

Historical Context. TV Guide cost just 15 cents when it was first published by Triangle Publications in the US in ten cities selling 1,560,000 copies. By the 1960s it was the most widely read magazine in the country.

When was TV Guide popular?

TV Guide goes national On April 3, 1953, Triangle went national with TV Guide, and the publication was distributed to ten cities across the U.S. by that summer. Distribution of the first issue was close to a million and a half copies, but that soon dropped to around 200,000 copies by August.

What year was the last TV Guide published?

2008
At the time of its last sale in 2008, TV Guide Magazine was reportedly losing $20 million a year.

Where can I find vintage channel and converter guides?

Vintage channel and converter guides from TV Plus. Vintage channel and converter guides from various newspaper TV listings magazines. The Canadian publication of TV Guide had several regional editions throughout Canada. These editions were changed several times throughout its history as population grew in key markets.

What happened to TV Guide Canada?

The Canadian publication of TV Guide had several regional editions throughout Canada. These editions were changed several times throughout its history as population grew in key markets. In later years, the amount of editions were reduced due to cost savings and reduced readership.

Why has TV Guide changed over the years?

In later years, the amount of editions were reduced due to cost savings and reduced readership. Below is a collection of channel listings from various editions of TV Guide throughout the years.