Nikki Chandler

Nikki Chandler, Online Editor,
Transmission & Distribution World Magazine

Nikki Chandler has been online editor at Transmission & Distribution World magazine for seven years, writing and compiling e-newsletters for the power delivery industry as well as contributing editorial support for the magazine. Before working with T&D World, Nikki was managing editor of Mobile Radio Technology and RF Design magazines, business-to-business communications publications. She has contributed to several publications over the past 15 years, including Waste Age, Wireless Review, Power Electronics Technology, and Arkansas Times. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.S. in journalism from the University of Kansas.

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The rumor mill never dies, and the hoaxes and myths are either started or continue to be perpetuated. Electricity has more than its fair share of mysteries and urban legends.
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