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Periodicals are periodicals, usually publications that are either in print or electronic format (sometimes also known as on-line magazines). Journals are generally regularly republished and contain a wide range of contents. The term "magazine" has its roots in a place of collecting or storing. If it is made public in writing, it is a compilation of writing contributions.

That is why magazine publishers associate the term "root" with gun powder journals, gunnery journals, weapons journals and, in France, with retailers such as malls. A magazine pages with each edition from page three, whereby the default size is 8 3? in × 10 7? in (210 mm × 280 mm).

However, in a magazine's technological terms, there is a continual page break through a trim. Business Week, for example, which begins each edition from the first page, is a magazine, but the Magazine of Business Communication, which begins each edition with the newspaper magazine and follows the same order of page breaks throughout the year, is a magazine.

A number of specialist journals are also examined, e.g. the JA. As a rule, scholarly or specialist journals that are not peer-reviewed are specialist journals. The fact that a magazine is called a magazine does not make it a magazine in the technological meaning; the Wall Street Magazine is actually a paper.

Journals can be circulated via the postal service, kiosks, bookshops or other providers or via free circulation at select collection points. The magazine is offered for sale to the reader at a single rate, either per edition or per subscriber, with an additional charge per year or per month, and the editions are sent to the reader by regular postal service.

Since the purpose of this scheme is to give away expenditure to non-specific people, the statistic includes only the number of editions allocated and not who is reading them. It is used by many professional journals (industry journals) that are circulated only to qualified users, often free of charge and defined by a poll.

In the case of printed and postal media, publishing houses may not give free subscription books to those who request them (unqualified leads); instead, they work under control and decide who can get free subscription books on the basis of each person's qualifications as a member of the profession (and the probability of purchase, e.g. the probability that they have a corporative power of attorney, as shown in the professional title).

The latter was widespread before the advent of the World Wide Web and is still used by some publications today. In the UK, for example, this is used by a number of computer magazine publishers, such as Computer Weekly and Computing, and in the financial sector by Waters Magazine. Moniteur Ottoman was a page in French, first issued in 1831 by order of Mahmud II.

His name may refer to the popular daily Le Moniteur Universel. A few month later Takvim-ivayi appeared as a Ottoman version of the moniteur. Turkey's satellite journals have a long history, the first journal (Diyojen) appeared in 1869. Currently there are about 20 satire journals; the leaders are Penguen (70,000 copies per week), LeMan (50,000) and Uykusuz.

Historic samples are O?uz Aral's magazine G?rg?r (which achieved a print run of 500,000 copies in the 1970s) and Marko Pa?a (founded in 1946). For more than 100 years, religions have used journals to spread and teach the teachings of religion. Watchtower was published by Charles Taze Russell in July 1879 under the name Zion's Watch Tower and Herald of Christ's Presence.

Watchtower -Public Edition is the most widely distributed magazine in the word with an annual print run of 62 million in 200 different nationalities. 29 ][not quoted]The Plough Quarterly was founded in 1920 as a magazine of the Bruderhof and has appeared to this date despite Nazi harassment.

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Summer, David E. The Magazine Center : US journals Since 1900 (Peter Lang Verlag; 2010) 242 pages. Investigates the fast growing number of journals in the course of the twentieth centuries and analyses the present demise of the journal. The Wikimedia Commons has a magazine related medium.

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