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Lighting & Sound International

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Lighting & Sound International
EditorClaire Beeson
CategoriesEntertainment Technology
Frequency11 times a year
Circulation10,250 (ABC audited)
PublisherPLASA Media Ltd
First issueNovember 1985
CompanyPLASA Media Ltd
CountryUnited Kingdom

Light & Sound International (LSi) is a UK monthly entertainment technology magazine published in Eastbourne by PLASA Media Ltd, a commercial arm of the Professional Lighting and Sound Association (PLASA) and is distributed around the world in English. Light & Sound International covers the broad range of the entertainment, presentation and events industries worldwide, including theatre, live touring, clubs, themed venues, corporate events and presentations, as well as in-depth profiles of the people and companies who put it all together – and the issues affecting them.


While Light & Sound International does work to promote the interests of PLASA's membership, and the activities and initiatives of the Association itself, it is not positioned as a PLASA members newsletter or as a service to PLASA members. The magazine is backed up by an editorial advisory board of respected industry professionals,[who?] which regularly feeds back ideas and suggestions for improving the content, direction and circulation.


With the magazine reaching subscribers around the world, a digital edition of Lighting & Sound International was launched in September 2007 which is available at the same time an issue is published to benefit international readers - particularly those farthest from the UK - by offering immediate access to the magazine. It also builds a searchable online archive of issues for registered users.

In May 2004, a sister magazine was launched in the USA called Lighting & Sound America.[1]


Light & Sound International is ABC audited and has 8,102 print subscribers and 14,589 digital subscribers.


  1. ^ "'The Sound And Light Hire Company". Retrieved 11 July 2016.

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