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- EMAP set to launch Heat radio station. // Marketing Week;9/18/2003, Vol. 26 Issue 38, p12
Reports on the launching of national music radio station by celebrity magazine Heat in Great Britain. Assessment of the music policy; Increase of the audience share; Acquisition of digital terrestrial license for multiplex A; Launch of promotional campaigns.
- Feedback. Edelman, Bill // QST;May2005, Vol. 89 Issue 5, p89
Presents corrections to articles published in previous issues of "QST" magazine.
- 75, 50, AND 25 YEARS AGO. Brogdon, Al // QST;Mar2005, Vol. 89 Issue 3, p87
Presents the "QST" journals published in March 1930, March 1955 and March 1980.
- A Busy Month on the BPL Front. Sumner, David // QST;Dec2005, Vol. 89 Issue 12, p9
Presents the introductory statement to the December 2005 issue of "QST."
- 75, 50, and 25 YEARS AGO. Brogdon, Al // QST;May2008, Vol. 92 Issue 5, p100
Excerpts from the May 1933, May 1958 and May 1983 issues of the "QST" magazine are presented.
- HISTORY OF HINTS & KINKSâ€”A TIMELINE. // QST;Nov2003, Vol. 87 Issue 11, p75
Outlines the history of the 'Hints and Kinks' column of the amateur radio periodical 'QST.' Appearance of the column in 1936 based on an earlier 'Experimenters' Section' column that started in 1923-24; Reader survey in 'QST' in 1923; Publication of the first Hints and Kinks book in 1978.
- 75, 50 AND 25 YEARS AGO. Brogdon, Al // QST;Jul2003, Vol. 87 Issue 7, p89
Cites several articles of interest to amateur radio users, published in previous issues of the 'QST' magazine.
- Radio revenue: Vegas is sizzling. PV // Broadcasting & Cable;1/17/94, Vol. 124 Issue 3, p130
Reports on the increase in 1993 revenues for radio stations in Las Vegas, Nevada. Data from `Duncan's Radio Market Guide'; Leader Infinity Broadcasting; Tribune's WGN(AM) Chicago as nation's most respected radio station; Other notable findings and predictions.
- OK! magazine produced its first masthead... // Campaign;01/22/99, Issue 3, p18
Informs on `OK!' magazine's production of first masthead program with Britain's Talk Radio. Presentation of `OK! to Talk,' by Ross King.