EDN China

The first issue of Electrical Design News — the original name — was published May 1956 by Rogers Corporation of Englewood, Colorado.[1] In January 1961, Cahners Publishing Company, Inc., of Boston, acquired Rogers Publishing Company.[2] In February 1966, Cahners sold 40% of its company to International Publishing Company in London[3] In 1970, the Reed Group merged with International Publishing Corporation and changed its name to Reed International Limited.[4] Cahners Publishing Company acquired Electronic Equipment Engineering, a monthly magazine, in March 1971 and discontinued it. In doing so, Cahners folded EEE's best features into EDN,[5][not in citation given] and renamed the magazine EDN/EEE. At the time, George Harold Rostky (1926–2003) had been editor-in-chief of EEE. Rostky joined EDN and eventually became editor-in-chief before leaving to join Electronic Engineering Times as editor-in-chief.[6] Taking EDN Worldwide - Roy Forsberg later on became editor in chief of EDN magazine - Roy was later promoted to Publisher and Jon Titus PhD was named editor in chief - Roy and Jon established EDN Europe -EDN Asia and EDN China creating one of the largest global circulations for a design engineering magazine. EDN's 25th Anniversary Issue was a 425 page folio. Source

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Scope National, Trade/B2B
Language Chinese
Country China
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