Tag-lined "sustainable solutions for animal agribusiness," the site, a companion monthly electronic magazine and a bimonthly webinar series provide sustainability advice and information, and policy and regulation data for companies and individuals in the agrifood industry.
What does E-ZINE stand for?
E-ZINE stands for Electronic Magazine
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Slang/chat, popular culture
- Endurance Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (US DoD)
- E-DCH (Enhanced Dedicated Channel) Uplink Control Channel
- Evolved UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access
- Expected Value
- Enhanced Vestigial Sideband (video technology)
- Embedded Wireless Energy-Harvesting Prototype (electrical engineering)
- Engdahl-Zigangirov (bound)
- Enhanced Zero-Forcing Block Decision-Feedback Equalizer
Samples in periodicals archive:
The N-Gen is the first fuel cell system with industry-standard battery connectors for easy integration into consumer devices," Electronic Magazine Executive Editor Alix Paultre said.
The electronic magazine LAN, created by the renowned TV presenter Yang Lan, is being distributed by the same technology and two months after its launch the bi-weekly circulation broke 1 million; by May 1st, 2006 its bi-weekly circulation had risen to 2.
When you say "online publication," I assume you are planning to start an electronic magazine, or e-zine.
The general public can sign up to an email distribution service, which will publish a daily "ezine," or electronic magazine, covering the day's highlights.
com, an electronic magazine with listings of freelance job opportunities, and The Write Markets Report, a monthly e-mag for freelance writers and journalists.
gov Log onto this site to sign up for free e-mail delivery of the weekly electronic magazine, Access America E-Gov E-Zine, which reports on the government's involvement in, and programs dealing with, information technology.
That article, which is no longer online, was printed in the August issue of Softkill, an electronic magazine dedicated to ``sabotage, bomb making, terrorism, phreaking (like computer hacking but with phones) and encouraging economic collapse.