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One visit to the November issue of Broadcast Engineering's World Edition E-zine, and you will quickly realize the power of electronic publishing. Employing the same layouts and departments that you've come to rely on in the print publication, Broadcast Engineering's E-zine brings you in-depth coverage of industry news and innovations--but in a digital platform. Both interactive and reliable, this E-zine allows interaction with editors, products, and advertisers instantly.

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