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[VHFcontesting] Changes to CQ-VHF Magazine

To: "vhf@w6yx.stanford.edu" <vhf@w6yx.stanford.edu>, VHF Contesting Reflector <vhfcontesting@contesting.com>
Subject: [VHFcontesting] Changes to CQ-VHF Magazine
From: Les Rayburn <les@highnoonfilm.com>
Reply-to: les@highnoonfilm.com
Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2013 14:50:35 -0600
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CQ Magazine has decided to cease print publication of three of it's magazines including CQ-VHF, Popular Communications, and World Radio. These three publications will become part of a new digital publication called "CQ Plus" that will be available to subscribers of the digital version of CQ Magazine.

This is the second demise of CQ-VHF, at least in print form. Regrettable, but also understandable given the high costs of printing a magazine with a limited subscriber base. Can't wait to see what the new "CQ Plus" version looks like, and I hope it will have a lot of VHF coverage.

CQ-VHF is one of my favorite magazines, and I'm happy to have a complete collection.


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