This article lists the many different forms of media in the animated series SpongeBob SquarePants.
- Slumber Party Zombie Attack - a horror film where teenagers have a slumber party and a zombie came. It appears in "The Slumber Party."
- The Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy Movie - a professional movie about Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy that SpongeBob and Patrick were shocked to learn that they used actors instead of the real Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy. This only appears in "Mermaid Man & Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture."
- How To Open Things - A book that was made into a movie about how to open things. The only known things instructed on are garbage cans, jars, cardboard boxes, and Sandy's door. The film adaptation on the book is mentioned in the episode "Rodeo Daze," with SpongeBob having seen it in the theatre.
- Night of The Robot - a horror movie about humans being chased by robots in the big city. During the movie, as said by SpongeBob, the hero teams up with a buddy, and they get the "poop" on the robot. At the end of the episode "Krab Borg," SpongeBob reveals that at the end of the movie, everything was just in people's imaginations.
- The Dark Tide Rises - a Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy movie that is advertised in "SpongeBob LongPants."
- Penny Wanted - a short film produced by Mr. Krabs for his Movie Palace theater, which appears in "Penny Foolish."
- The Real Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy Movie - a negatively reviewed movie that had little special effects, but included the real Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, appearing in "Mermaid Man & Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture."
- K-Blub - in "Sing a Song of Patrick," the station refuses to broadcast Patrick's song. SpongeBob and Patrick then 'hack' into the radio station's broadcasting frequency and it is broadcasted, which causes traffic accidents and riots.
- WH2O (Hot Adult Contemporary, presumably) whose main DJ is Al BaCore (aka "The Tuneful Tuna").
- KRUM-450 FM - CHR/Dance music, similar to KNRJ's Former Format. Mr. Krabs listens to this station in the episode "Krab Borg." There is a DJ that works there.
- KOLD-FM - (Classic Hits/Standards in the morning), which goes by the slogan "Your All-Oldies Station."
- KRUD (All Your "You Won't Get Away With Stealing My Car!" Hits.), which SpongeBob imitated in "No Free Rides."
- All Time Low - A pop-punk band that Pearl enjoys.
- Boys Who Cry, a pop boy band who Squidward and Pearl are fans of. They appear in "Whale of a Birthday."
- Ned and the Needlefish - a band that appears in "Wigstruck" and "Hello Bikini Bottom!"
- Stingray 5000 - a rock band in which Patrick is a fan. Mentioned in "Missing Identity."
- The Sonars - a pop band that SpongeBob listens to.
- Art - an art magazine that appears in the episodes "Dear Vikings" and "Squid's Visit." It is always read by Squidward at the Krusty Krab. The magazine is yellow with the title in large red letters In "Squid's Visit," it has a clarinet on the front cover.
- Art Wonk - A magazine featuring the greatest artists. It appears in the episodes "Fiasco!" and "The Fish Bowl."
- Bikini Bottom Restaurant Magazine - a magazine appearing in "Chum Bucket Supreme" featuring the Chum Bucket, which becomes the top restaurant for over five weeks in Bikini Bottom.
- Boring Science - a magazine that Squidward reads. It appears only in "The Paper."
- Boredom Weekly - A magazine Squidward reads in Krusty Krab. It appears in the episode "Yeti Krabs."
- Clams - A business magazine.
- Coral Cuties - A magazine Pearl reads. It's a teen magazine that includes cute boys in the sea. It appears in "Mall Girl Pearl."
- Dance Now! - A magazine that only appears in "Culture Shock." Squidward reads it in the beginning of the episode.
- Everybody Aplomb Now - a magazine read by Squidward in the beginning of the episode "Oral Report." The cover and the back has a picture of a women dancing.
- Fake Science Monthly - a Bikini Bottom magazine that SpongeBob and Patrick like to read. It is most known for having articles referring to "fake science," such as sea bears and fairy tales. They claim that sea bears are real and describe how to stop an attack from them.
- Fancy Living Digest - a magazine that Squidward sometimes reads during his shift. Its only major appearance is in "Chocolate With Nuts" where it is found in Squidward's mailbox. Inside, it tells about lives of the wealthy. In the episode, the magazine has a highly detailed purple cover with the date "December 2002," the date Chocolate with Nuts premiered. In its other appearances, it is just a yellow magazine with the words "Fancy Living Digest" on it. Squidward also reads it in "You Don't Know Sponge," "Squirrel Record," and "Patrick-Man!" It also appears in Dr. Louie's Chiropractor in the PC version of The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie video game.
- Frown Digest  - a magazine that Squidward reads in "Employee of the Month."
- Gratitude Magazine - a magazine that SpongeBob subscribed to. It only appears in the episode "Sponge-Cano!" The cover shows the title in a yellow circle with a green background with a smiling fish in front.
- Girls World - a magazine read by Pearl.
- Gossip - a magazine that appears in "Banned in Bikini Bottom" and "The Splinter." Squidward reads this magazine.
- House Fancy - This magazine makes its first appearance in "To SquarePants or Not to SquarePants" when Squidward is reading an issue when SpongeBob restarts his life. It makes a second appearance in "The Inside Job."
- Interpretive Dance Quarterly - A magazine about dancing. The cover is purple and the "Dance" in capitalized yellow letters and "Quarterly" in lowercase white letters. Squidward has a subscription to it. It first appears in "Can You Spare a Dime?," when Mr. Krabs says to Squidward: "Hmmm, are you prepared to say that with your hand on top of a stack of Interpretive Dance Quarterlies?” It also appears in the episode "The Camping Episode," where Squidward looks at his Dance Quarterly magazine calendar in his bedroom the day SpongeBob and Patrick go camping.
- Jellyfish Weekly
- Lamps - a magazine that Squidward reads that advertises lamps. It appears in "Sponge-Cano!"
- Lazy Review - Patrick is the only known reader. He reads for a moment or two in the episode "Suction Cup Symphony."
- Lobster Home Journal
- Long, Tan and Handsome - a magazine SpongeBob reads in "The Chaperone." He uses the magazine to get ready for the prom.
- Maximizing Profit - a magazine that focuses on financial things. The title is in red lettering and the cover has a dollar on it. It is revealed when Mr. Krabs reads it in the episode "Good Ol' Whatshisname."
- Mime Weekly - as seen in a SpongeBob comic.
- Modern Crochet - a knitting magazine Squidward reads. Appears in the episodes"Karate Star," "InSPONGEiac," and "Lost in Bikini Bottom."
- Plankton's Krusty Bottom Weekly - a magazine that appears in an online game.
- Shell Spiffy - a magazine read by and published for snails to enjoy and shop for fancy shells.
- Simple-Ton - a magazine which appears in "You Don't Know Sponge." It contains "a ton of simple things to do" as stated by SpongeBob. He and Patrick like to read it.
- Toxic Waste Monthly - a magazine that Rrarrg loves to read. It appears in "The Monster Who Came to Bikini Bottom."
- Teen Talk - a magazine read by Plankton in the episode "Married to Money."
- Snow Tires Weekly
- Squid's Health- a magazine that appears in The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water. Squidward reads this magazine.
- Squid Ink - A magazine read by Squidward. It appears in the episode "Bummer Vacation."
- Urchin Weekly
- Video Games - a magazine that is read by the Cashier in the episode "Jailbreak!" The magazine most likely contains articles about video games.
- Bikini Times - a major newspaper in Bikini Bottom. The newspaper appears in the episodes "Party Pooper Pants" and "Pranks a Lot." The only known news story that has been featured was an article is about the 'ghosts' in "Pranks a Lot." It has one known comic, The Wisenheimers, mentioned in "Party Pooper Pants."
- Bikini Bottom Inquirer - a tabloid newspaper in Bikini Bottom. It is a parody of National Inquirer.
- Krabby Kronicle - the Krusty Krab's official newspaper which sold well because of false stories.
- The Examiner - an unpopular newspaper that is sold in front of the Krusty Krab. It is filled with charts and facts as said by Nat Peterson. It appears in "The Krabby Kronicle." It is a parody of the many The Examiner magazines.
- The Bottom Feeder - a tabloid newspaper in Bikini Bottom. It is a very popular newspaper read by Bikini Bottomites. It is sold outside the Krusty Krab. It appears in "The Krabby Kronicle."
- The Daily Clam - not much is known about the Clam, but all that is known is that it is a popular newspaper in Bikini Bottom, and their reporter is a boy. It is a parody of the many Daily Press newspapers. It is only mentioned in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie novel.