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Editor Rebecca Rallo
Former editors Jonathan Cotton
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Techday Ltd
First issue September 1996
Company Computers; Technology
Country New Zealand
Based in Auckland
Language English

NetGuide is a monthly New Zealand technology magazine, weekly email newsletter, and website.

It was launched in September 1996 by an independent Auckland-based publisher, then owned by Australian Consolidated Press (ACP) 2003 to 2008 and now is owned by Action Media.[1] Originally entirely internet-focused, it developed to cover wider computer, telecommunications, and technology issues.

The magazine competes with IDG's New Zealand PC World and runs the annual NetGuide Web Awards.[2]

Australian edition[edit]

The magazine launched a version for the Australian market, Australian NetGuide, which ran 1996–2009. It competed with NineMSN's apc and IDG's Australian PC World.


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