Published quarterly for the Broadcast Education Association, the Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media presents timely research articles about new developments, trends, and innovations in electronic and digital communication to advance scholarly discoveries and real-world solutions.
The Listener was a weekly magazine established by the BBC in January 1929 and was developed as a medium of record for the reproduction of broadcast talks. It also previewed major literary and musical broadcasts, reviewed new books, and printed a selected list of the more intellectual broadcasts for the coming week. It ceased publication in 1991.
Library holds Vol. 78 (3 Aug. 1967)- v. 125 (3 Jan. 1991)
It began in 1911 as the Marconigraph. In April, 1913 it became Wireless World and was issued continuously under this name until 1986 when it became Electronics & Wireless World. This monthly magazine was the first significant journal dedicated to wireless communication, and it circulated largely among Marconi engineers and operators.