A biannual publication is a periodical that is published twice a year. This means that it is released every six months, with one issue coming out in the first half of the year and another in the second half. Biannual publications may be magazines, journals, or other types of periodicals that are distributed to subscribers or available for purchase.
Biannual publications may cover a wide range of topics, such as news, culture, entertainment, sports, or business. They may be geared towards a specific audience or have a general readership. Some examples of biannual publications include academic journals, industry trade magazines, and professional associations’ newsletters.