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Savannah Magazine debuted in the summer of 1990 with 64 pages and 60 advertisers. The cover of the four-color publication featured a local, but nationally ranked, softball team. Savannah had its first lifestyles magazine.
Savannah Magazine's readership and popularity grew rapidly, and the magazine went from quarterly to every other month in 1992. Today, a total of 11,000 copies of each issue are printed. In 2003, a bonus HOMES issue was added; and in 2004, two bonus issues were produced.
Savannah Magazine focuses on the personality and lifestyles of coastal Georgia and southern South Carolina. Today, the magazine averages 120 pages and 130-140 advertisers per issue. A typical issue contains articles about Savannah's most interesting citizens, its rich history, unusual homes or decorating/renovation ideas, the arts, great food and great restaurants, travel destinations and business news. Savannah is a unique city, filled with history and vitality. It is Savannah Magazine's mission to reflect the region's unique personality to its readers.
Subscribers come from almost all 50 states and three foreign countries. Many out-of-town readers are previous residents or visitors, eager to maintain contact with this exquisite city.
During its history, the magazine has received more than 50 national, regional and local awards for content, design, photography and advertising.
Savannah Magazine strives to provide its readers with information that is both useful and entertaining and written in a lively, readable style.