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What does B&N stand for?

B&N stands for Blanco y Negro (Spanish)

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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.
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).