|Former editors||Herbert Axelrod|
|Categories||Tropical aquarium fish|
|First issue||September 1952|
|Based in||Neptune City, New Jersey|
Tropical Fish Hobbyist Magazine (abbreviated as TFH Magazine) is a bimonthly magazine geared to hobbyist keepers of tropical fish, with news and information on a variety of topics concerning fresh- and salt-water aquariums. The magazine was first published in September 1952. In the first half of 2007, the magazine had an average circulation of 22,600 issues per month.[failed verification] The August 2015 issue was the last issue published monthly with 104 pages. Senior Vice President/Creative Strategic Officer for Nylabone Nancy Rivadeneira assumed a leadership role and the following issue began a bimonthly schedule, becoming the September/October 2015 issue, with 96 pages. According to the published circulation statement in the September/October 2015 issue, average monthly circulation was 18,231 issues. The published circulation statement in the September/October 2018 issue reported a monthly circulation of 5,300 issues. Beginning with the November/December 2019, the magazine reduced it's size from 96 to 78 pages. The published circulation statement in the November/December 2019 issue reported monthly circulation of 4,917 copies. The magazine is based in Neptune City, New Jersey. It is published by TFH Publications, which formerly published books relating to the care of animals as pets.
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