hi scotty, my initial reaction was not really interested. i used to buy computer & electronic mags 5-10 yrs ago, but basically the 'net replaced them.
obviously people on this forum are net savvy & into brewing. im not saying they wont, but why would we buy a paper mag every month ? i guess you need to offer something different to this forum. going a step further, are you aiming at this forums members or perhaps the general kit homebrewer ? i have no idea how the general homebrewer is interested in 'improving' or 'socialising' ie people who dont frequent here - they just make a kit beer & are happy to drink. its a means to an end, rather than a hobby / obsession.
even if you got to the point of publishing, would you get sufficient sales from newsagents / subscriptions to keep afloat ? im not trying too be negative, just realistic. two previously quality electronics mags have either folded or become a shadow of themselves, due to dwindling subscriptions & the ease of info available on the net. also to balance it out somewhat, a few niche electronics kit suppliers have thrived with their websites. as an addition to the previous comments, electronics have increasingly become a disposable item, opposed to the tv set you use to be able to be cheaply fixed.
continuing sortof, people use to homebrew because it was cheap. while some people still do, the majority of people i know who do, is because they can produce as good / cheaper beers (kits), or just plainly much better beer than volume manufacturers & take pride in doing so (ag).
am i making sense ?
what audience are you aiming at scotty ?