For 30 years JACKSONVILLE magazine has been the standard in the Northeast Florida market for editorial excellence, providing the largest and most qualified paid subscriber base, the largest newsstand presence, and a track record for producing results for our advertisers.
904 was created to combine in-depth feature stories, opinion pieces, personality profiles and a wealth of business-related articles prepared by a cadre of professional writers, photographers and graphic designers. 904 has raised the bar in terms of business editorial exposure in the region, and we believe it will set a new standard for publications that speak to First Coast professionals and executives.
Produced by the editors, writers and designers of Jacksonville Magazine, the publication is the definitive source for Northeast Floridians interested in interior design and gracious living. Jacksonville Magazine’s Home not only presents gorgeous photos of spectacular interior and exterior spaces, it also details how readers can achieve the same great looks in their abodes.
Jacksonville Magazine’s Bride guides readers in planning and executing the stylish Northeast Florida wedding. Covering everything from bridal couture and fashion to gift ideas and registry recommendations, Bride is the region’s leading resource for dazzling weddings. In fact, we have been assisting brides plan their weddings for more than a decade.
Jacksonville Magazine’s Taste, the region’s most widely distributed guide to local dining, fine foods and good times, is the first and last word in Northeast Florida restaurants. Launched in 2006, each edition of taste features everything the First Coast foodie desires—restaurant listings, menus, recipes, event info and more.
For three years, Jacksonville Magazine has partnered with The Players Championship to produce an exclusive insider’s guide to the tournament, the richest annual event on the PGA TOUR. The Guide features everything one needs to enjoy and experience what many consider the most prestigious social and sporting happening held annually in Northeast Florida.