JPC is the nation’s preeminent publisher of EBONY and JET magazines and owner of Fashion Fair Cosmetics, a internationally renowned cosmetics brand for people of color. Johnson Publishing Company (JPC) celebrates the rich black American experience by creating products that inform, entertain, engage and inspire. We have an unwavering commitment to excellence. We work as a team with passion, creativity and integrity to enlighten, educate and uplift people through our legendary brands. JPC employees are entrusted with the mission of living the core values of the company. Together we uphold, represent and ensure the legacy of the company and its brands.
Johnson Publishing Company is proud of its rich history and contributions to the African-American community. This is a place where you can apply your skills, passion and creativity with a leading media and cosmetics company. We support opportunities for professional growth, a collaborative work environment and innovation. You will have an opportunity to impact a broad global audience with a world class brand.
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JPC employees are entrusted with the mission of living the core values of the company. Together we uphold, represent and ensure the legacy of the company and the JPC brands. We strive to identify, attract, develop and retain a diverse workforce that is focused and talented. Our thorough hiring and selection process is designed to match the best candidates with the right positions for long-term success.
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- On Sunday, November 1, 1942, Johnson Publishing published Negro Digest.
- In the 1960's, acclaimed actor Richard Roundtree (the original Shaft), began his career as a model in the Ebony Fashion Fair Show.
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Our initiatives draw on the company’s commitment to nurture innovation and creativity. Expand access to and distribution of resources, empower beneficiaries to cultivate progress in their countries, and, ultimately, generate sustainable impact on many individuals through publication and media.