|Notes||Glossy cover staple bound magazine.|
|Info Source||Scanned covers|
|About the Info Box|
Spectrogram was a monthly magazine that ran from June 1986 to June 1987 "for Color Computer users." Spectrogram was printed on slick paper and stapled for binding.
Spectrogram was published in Rockford, IL by David Medley, Sr. and Ellen Medley (née Scheidegger). Original illustrations were provided by Evan Scheidegger, at that time a student. Published content included utilities, games, programming tips, hardware projects, and reviews. These were submitted by a variety of authors including David Medley.
The magazine was distributed by subscription only and supported by ads. The cover price of the first issue was $2.50, and increased at the end of the run to $2.95.