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Sesame Street Magazine is a children's magazine published by Sesame Workshop (previously Children's Television Workshop) to support the educational initiatives of Sesame Street.

The magazine was published monthly from 1970 until the mid-2000s. Around 2002, the magazine became a supplement to Parenting magazine, and was available only to subscribers. In 2008, the title moved to a digital platform and was available for free viewing and download via sesameworkshop.org. In 2011, after 41 years of publication, the magazine ceased producing new issues. In December 2013, the title was revived as a bi-monthly print publication by Redan Publishing.

Various companions and supplements were published in conjunction with the main title, consisting mainly of a Sesame Parents imprint.

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Unknown Covers

Supplements

References

Mr. Hooper selling the magazine.

Staff

  • Editor - Rebecca Herman (2002-2005)
  • Art Director - Colleen Pidel (2002-2005)
  • Senior Editor - Leslie Kimmelman (2002-2004), Kama Einhorn (2005)
  • Assistant Editor - Joanne Ruelos (2002-2004)
  • Editorial Coordinator - Mary Buri (2005)
  • Copy Editor - Jeanette Leardi (2002-2005)
  • Proofreaders - Diane Feldman (2002-2005), Laurie Kahn (2002-2004), Melanie Gold (2005)

Internationally

Several other countries, including Brazil, Japan, Germany, the Netherlands, and Indonesia have published their own counterparts to Sesame Street Magazine, based on their localized productions.

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