The Next Step in Noise/News International

Going Social

Noise/News International (NNI) is a free quarterly digital publication of the International Institute of Noise Control Engineers and the Institute of Noise Control Engineering of the USA. For close to 25 years, NNI has served as a leading source of news for noise and vibration control professionals across the world. It is read by noise control and vibration control engineers in 44 countries, with bonus distributions at major national and international noise and vibration control meetings.

Since summer 2016, NNI has been going through a transition. The magazine has moved from the traditional PDF version of a paper magazine to a digital blog format. It is now a fully digital publication with all articles hosted on, as well as appearing in a quarterly PDF publication. These changes enable the publication to provide up-to-date information immediately and facilitate a dialogue related to noise control. With today’s fast-paced world, NNI is taking the next step in getting information to readers as quickly as possible, and is now beginning to build a social media presence.

It is our hope that this new format and means of delivering NNI is an improvement for you, the reader. Undoubtedly, there are areas where we can improve. Please provide feedback on the website, blog, and via social media—What do you like? What would you like to see included? Did you have trouble finding something? We hope the publication becomes a resource for you to both use and contribute to. By building the presence of both our publication and community online, our aim is that NNI will become the first stop for anyone interested in news and information about noise control across the globe.

So, please feel free to subscribe to our newsletter, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter (@NNIEditor), and stay up to date for all Noise/News International.

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NNI is the preferred channel to reach engineers and other professionals whose practices concern the prediction, avoidance, abatement, measurement, analysis, classification, and control of noise and vibration. We always welcome contributions for publication and would be happy to receive material related to noise and vibration control, including: case studies, technical reviews, recent research reports, product news, event updates, and member society news.