Electronics Weekly

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Electronics Weekly
Editor Richard Wilson
Categories Science and technology magazines
Frequency Weekly
Circulation 40,918 (2007)
First issue 7 September 1960
Company Metropolis International
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Website www.electronicsweekly.com

Electronics Weekly is a weekly trade journal for electronics professionals which was first published by Reed Business Information on 7 September 1960. It is available in print and electronic formats, and the readership is audited by BPA Worldwide, which verifies its circulation twice yearly. The magazine's circulation in 2007 was 40,918.[1] In August 2012 Metropolis International purchased the title from RBI.

Topics covered within the magazine include news and features on design, components, production and research, as well as news stories and product listings. Electronics Weekly is available free to qualified electronics professionals. The bulk of revenue received to fund the magazine comes from display and recruitment advertising.

Website[edit]

ElectronicsWeekly.com is a website for electronics professionals and provides users with news, analysis, features and business stories. ElectronicsWeekly.com also provides information via blogs and RSS feeds.

Blogs[edit]

There is a wide range of blogs on ElectronicsWeekly.com. They include: Mannerisms, Made By Monkeys, Gadget Master, Eyes on Android, University Electronics Research, Disti-World and Electro-ramblings.

Elektra Awards[edit]

Electronics Weekly runs an annual awards ceremony called The Elektras. It has been running since 2002 and the aim of the awards is to reward the achievements of individuals and firms across the European Electronics industry.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Publisher’s statement, August 2007.

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