Debuts charge up electronics

Debuts charge up electronics

Overall circulation in the electronics sector rose by 14.2% year-on-year. This was largely thanks to the addition of figures from Embedded Systems Programming Europe – since renamed Embedded Systems – and European Semiconductor – two titles that weren’t around a year ago.

Published by Miller Freeman, Embedded Systems’ website is also doing well, according to European sales manager Alistair Fitzpatrick. Offering an integrated advertising solution including print, online, exhibitions, direct marketing and PR was paying off, he said.

The two big weekly trade publications, Electronics Times from RBI and Electronics Weekly from Miller Freeman, continued to slug it out although neither made any moves to increase their circulation base. Electronic Engineering also remained stable.

The only notable circulation boost came from Future Fab International from Technology Publishing. It more than doubled its audited circulation to 10,427.

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