This essay explores the technological and ideological obstacles to the mass production of periodicals by focusing on Blanco y Negro [White and Black], Spain's first moderately priced illustrated weekly magazine that enjoyed a meteoric success by combining images and text to sell ideas as well as products.
What does B&N stand for?
B&N stands for Blanco y Negro (Spanish)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of B&N
- Bolliger & Mabillard (rollercoaster design firm)
- Boston & Maine Railroad
- Brick & Mortar
- Burnham & Morrill Co. (baked beans)
- Burns & McDonnell (engineering firm)
- Business & Management
- Buying & Merchandising
- Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
- Belfast & Moosehead Lake Rail Road
- Barnes and Noble
- Baltimore & Ohio (Railroad)
- Band and Orchestra
- Bang & Olufsen (Danish audio/electronics company)
- Belladonna and Opium (treatment)
- Business and Occupation (Tax)
- Baltimore & Ohio Chicago Terminal Railroad
- Business and Operations Support Systems
- Bulletins and Orders Task Force
- Baschieri & Pellagri (ammunition; Bensenville, IL)
- Bid & Proposal
Samples in periodicals archive:
After leaving Creation they signed to Blanco Y Negro Records, with whom they released 18 singles, including Some Candy Talking (1986), April Skies (No 8, 1987) and Reverence (No 10, 1992).
Bitz reckons that Mr Kitt has something special to offer the world of music and Jeff Travis, head of record labels Rough Trade and Blanco Y Negro agrees.