The Rolling Stone magazine was founded in 1967 by San Francisco for popular culture.
Rowling Stone was transferred to most entertainment magazines in the 1980s. The music continued to be a hot topic, but it started to increase the popularity of celebrities, movies, and pop culture. It also began publishing its “Hot Number” annually.
Rowling Stone was initially known for her music coverage and Thompson’s political reports. In the 1990s, the magazine changed its format to become a younger audience engaged in young television programs, film actors, and popular music. This led to criticisms of the magazine’s emphasis on style.
After years of declining audiences, the magazine regained its popularity with the work of two young journalists in the late 2000s, Michael Hastings and Matt Tayby. Rolling Stone has a website that has the same content as its print edition.
Rolling Stone Font
License: Free for Personal Use!
Font Type: TTF
Total Files: 1
Leave a Reply