ITU launches a new digital collection

The Library and Archives Service of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is pleased to announce that a significant new digital collection, ITU’s journals through the ages: 1869-2015, is now available at:

Since 1869, ITU’s journal has been a key tool for sharing information about ITU activities, events, and initiatives, as well as about global developments in information and communications technologies (ICTs). Today, the Library and Archives Service is proud to provide access to the complete collection of ITU’s historic journals: 2,876 issues (in three languages) comprising 180,946 pages in total!

The online platform is easy to use and completely free. The complete collection is searchable, and readers can browse, read online, and download PDF copies of all issues.
For a glimpse of what you’ll find in the collection, take a look at this video: .

If you have any questions about this digital collection, please contact the ITU Library and Archives Service at

About the ITU Library and Archives
The ITU Library and Archives Service acquires, preserves, and provides access to a wide range of materials on telecommunications and related topics and on the history of ITU from 1865 to the present day. The collections include published works (in print and electronic formats) and unique archival materials. The library and archives are open to the public for reference and consultation. Since 2010, the online History of ITU Portal [] provides access to PDF versions of key documents on the history and activities of ITU – the result of an active in-house digitization programme.