Rolling Stone Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Rolling Stone is an American monthly magazine that focuses on popular culture. It was founded in San Francisco, California, in 1967 by Jann Wenner, and the music critic Ralph J. Gleason. It was first known for its coverage of rock music and for political reporting by Hunter S. Thompson. In the 1990s, the magazine broadened and shifted its focus to a younger readership interested in youth-oriented television shows, film actors, and popular music. It has since returned to its traditional mix of content, including music, entertainment, and politics.

A former disrespected intern said, "Uh, let's see. People [at Rolling Stone] referred to me as "the intern" and didn't even bother learning my name, a condescending supervisor, my whole job was 100% solely to transcribe stuff (which people are paid twice or thrice what interns are paid), management is haphazard and scattered, no adult communication--everyone is passive aggressive, the nepotism sucks and you wonder why some morons in senior management are still making money with the horseshit, out-dated, hazy attempts at ideas they have. No interest in readers, comments, suggestions, or connecting with the outside world. Basically, worst place ever. People treat you badly, and live in fear of getting fired. Huge turnover."


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Senior Art Director (Former Employee) says

"The legacy of Rolling Stone is evident in everything inside the workplace. It can be an exciting place to work if you can endure the non-standard working hours."

Mike says

"In my opinion, Rolling Stone magazine is no longer relevant or interesting. Articles consist of politically biased, social justice tripe. Save your money and don\'t buy Rolling Stone. "

Sailor Sedna says

"That talentless hack of a "critic" on this website and disgusting excuse of a person, David Fear, had the gall to defend that new P.O.S. film "Cuties" when it came out, a film that threatens to destigmatize, normalize, and legalize pedophilia, child p*rn, child sexualization, child sexual exploitation and trafficking, and child r*pe and claim it was a "sensitive portrait of growing pains that deserves to be seen", when he is one of those fools who can't tell the difference between coming-of-age and softcore, borderline illegal CP. Any website that has a critic that praises obscenity and a film that broke multiple obscenity laws, exploited its child actors and ruined their lives and innocence shouldn't be operating. This website itself has now proven to be, like Netflix, and the National Society of Film Critics, an evil, grotesque, twisted, malformed organization that needs to be shut down, and Fear (appropriate surname considering what Cuties praisers are presenting) needs to be put on a watchlist, have his devices seized and if he has any kids, child services needs to take them away."

Todd Sutt says

"No sure exactly when it happened, but politics have pretty much taken over and ruined this company. It went from 90% rock n roll to 1%. Now it's just advertisers, bias political articles and social justice issues. You can pretty just watch the news, or if you like actual music , go to a bands website or fan page. Rolling stone is no longer relevant or necessary."

roberto daga says

"Appalling desregard for their customers. I have ordered 5cds and 6 vinyls and after waiting weeks and sending 3 emails i still got no answer whatsoever. You are an absolute disgrace."

Robert Campbell says

"I am now missing FOUR straight issues?! What gives?! I have a lifetime subscription yet it’s impossible to log in to your website and I can not find a phone number to call you! This is the thanks a subscriber for the last 35 years gets I guess. 😤"

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