Popular Communications magazine has launched a new and easier-to-navigate website. The updated site features a clean new look and a streamlined user interface to make it quicker and easier for visitors to find what they are looking for.
Current issue highlights include sample pages in full-color layout, to give prospective readers the ability to see what the magazine itself looks like in print. Live links to Internet sites mentioned in upcoming issues’ editorial content will help users further explore topics of interest to them.
Highlights of back issues remain on the website with easier access than in the past. The site also includes contact information for editors and columnists, direct links to advertisers’ websites, other CQ Communications publications and an extensive collection of hobby radio links and radio club information.
In addition, a direct link to the magazine’s Facebook page makes it simple for readers to provide feedback and connect with other hobbyists.
“We’re excited about Popular Communications’ redesigned, ‘reader-friendlier,’ website,” said Editor Edith Lennon, N2ZRW. “Its links provide value to current readers looking for additional information, as well as hobbyists who are just discovering Pop’Comm.”
Popular Communications is the world’s #1 magazine for scanning enthusiasts, shortwave listeners, broadcast DXers and other radio hobbyists. It has been in monthly publication for nearly 30 years. Pop’Comm is published by CQ Communications, Inc., which also publishes CQ Amateur Radio, CQ VHF and WorldRadio Online magazines.
The SDR.hu project has been finished
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