The longest established pan-European electronics magazine, EPN, will publish its last print edition in December. From January 2011, it will be a digital edition only, using the Ceros publishing platform. Reed Business has created a sample of the new “square” format. Publisher Martin Savery says that 40% of EPN’s requested subscriber copies are digital already. The BPA circulation audit will be dropped, replaced by monthly statistics for the digital edition including circulation, opening rates and click-thu rates. Reed’s EDN Europe and Penton’s Electronic Design Europe are competing digital titles. EE Times Europe is now the only mainstream electronics B2B publication with a pan-European circulation. For how long, we wonder?