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E&T - Engineering & Technology magazine, from The Institution of Engineering & Technology is published bi-weekly 21 times per year
The IET's flagship magazine, E&T, is circulated to 150,052 of it's members, business partners and stakeholders (BPAaudited). E&T combines features, analysis, news, innovation announcements with individually-tailored advice on engineering & technology careers. The editorial scope is wide-ranging, with specific coverage of the following key sectors:
Regular editorial features, as well as; industry news, reader letters and opinions plus technology features.
Coupled with our web presence, E&T offers advertisers unrivalled access to a global community of people working in all aspects of engineering and technology.
An array of advertising opportunities are available, whatever your campaign, your target audience and your budget, E&T can offer an option to suit your needs. Please contact us today.
To achieve successful reproduction of your advertisement, we recommend that you follow these guidelines (the IET cannot accept responsibility for digital adverts supplied outside these specifications).
Ads should be supplied in one of the following formats:
1. PDF (PDF/X-1a) to Pass4Press specifications (preferred). Notes can be downloaded from http://www.pass4press.com/public/downloads/pass4press_v5_2005.pdf and settings can
be downloaded from http://www.pass4press.com/cgi-bin/wms.pl/900. All fonts must be embedded.
2. Mac or PC formatted Quark Xpress files with accompanying fonts.
3. Adobe Illustrator files saved as EPS and all text saved as outlines.
Colour images should be saved as CMYK. Mono images should be saved as grayscale. Graphics should be saved at 300dpi at the size to be published. Grayscale images greater than 85% density may fill in on press. Adverts can also be supplied as hi-resolution PDF files emailed to email@example.com (files must not be larger than 10mb)
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