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What is World Radiocommunication Week?

World Radiocommunication Week is a publication of hard news.  We report who's saying what using clearly identified sources.  World Radiocommunication Week is known for its objective and independent news reporting.

World Radiocommunication Week delivers:

• Timely, precise regulatory and technical reportage
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Is World Radiocommunication Week written by engineers or affiliated with a particular group?
World Radiocommunication Week is an independent publication.  The report is produced by correspondents using standard journalistic practices and who are trained to report news on technical regulation.  World Radiocommunication Week is written by correspondents with many years of experience, not policymakers or stake-holders. 
How does World Radiocommunication Week maintain its editorial independence?
We have no stake in any particular position, therefore our reporting is as unbiased as possible.  We avoid real and perceived conflicts of interest.  We follow standard journalistic practices for reporting news.  We don’t publish articles written by vested interests.  We don’t publish anonymous or unsubstantiated potshots.  The levels of attribution used with sources and for source material is exceptional.
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World Radiocommunication Week uses a fee-based subscription model.  We don’t accept advertising, gifts or outside funding.
Is the subscription price expensive as compared to similar publications?
A subscription to World Radiocommunication Week is not costly as compared to other specialized information publications covering regulation. 
What are the benefits of a subscription to World Radiocommunication Week?
World Radiocommunication Week can save time, effort and money by delivering timely news.  We monitor hundreds of websites and other sources, deliver exclusive interviews with industry and government leaders, and provide timely, unbiased reporting found nowhere else.  
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