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73 (magazine)

73
73 Amateur Radio September 1975
Editor Wayne Green
Categories Amateur radio
Frequency Monthly
Year founded 1960
First issue October 1960
Final issue
— Number
September 2003
Issue 514
Company Wayne Green Inc
Country United States
Language English
ISSN 1052-2522

73 Magazine (also known as 73 Amateur Radio Today) (OCLC 22239204) was a United States-based amateur radio magazine that was published from 1960 to 2003. It was known for its strong emphasis on technical articles and for the lengthy editorials in each issue by its founder and publisher, Wayne Green. The magazine title, 73, (Morse: −−••• •••−− ) means "best regards" in amateur radio lingo.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Closing 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

The first issue of 73 was published in October 1960 from Green's business offices in Brooklyn, New York. Contributing editors included Jean Shepherd, K2ORS. According to the ARRL Letter, "73 was a pioneer promoter of SSB, FM, solid-state, easy construction projects, and the marriage of personal computing and amateur radio." 73 headquarters moved to Peterborough, New Hampshire in 1962. Average issues of 73 totaled more than 300 pages in the 1970s and 80s.[1] 73 was known for its editorial column, "Never Say Die", in which Green often criticized the American Radio Relay League. The title "Never Say Die" was a backronym for Green's amateur radio call sign, W2NSD. Green later founded microcomputing magazines such as "Desktop Computing", Kilobaud Microcomputing, and 80 Micro, and was involved with the founding of Byte Magazine.

Closing

After completing 43 years of publication, 73 Amateur Radio Today magazine ceased publication with the September 2003 issue (#514). A combined October/November 2003 issue was planned, but never appeared. Publisher Wayne Green cited financial pressure from reduced advertising revenue as the prime reason for shutting down publication of the magazine.[2]

References

  1. ^ "73 Magazine November 1978 (#218)". 73 Magazine for Radio Amateurs (Peterborough NH: 73 Inc) (218). November 1978. The November 1978 issue has 324 pages.
  2. ^ "'"73 Magazine Says '73 and QRT. October 11, 2003. The ARRL Letter, Vol 22. Archived from the original on 11 October 2003. Retrieved 10 April 2012. 

External links

  • 73 on Internet Archive
  • 73 magazine information and article index
  • 73 Magazine Archive Online
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