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Is the key that opens the door to new business! At The University Star, we are always looking for ways to unite Texas State students, faculty and staff with local business. With the San Marcos and Texas State communities growing at record speed, we would like to provide you information on your prospective customers.

According to a recent national survey*: •Advertising content propels students into action. 70% of students say they’ve been motivated to take action after seeing advertisements in their campus newspaper. Half have attended an event, 43% have mentioned an ad to a friend and 28% have researched a d r product online. de wo o c n o •College students read their campus newspaper. Menti to receive 76% of all college students have read the student newspaper in the last BOKO f f month. Not only that, students who read the student newspaper are 25%fio ! d a t frequent readers. rs your •Student pass-along readership is significant. On average, each copy of the paper is read 3.2 times. •Students are bargain hunters and take advantage of coupons and specials. More than three-quarters of all students have used a coupon or special offer. Usage is highest among women and seniors. •Faculty and staff read the paper to stay connected and find bargains. Over 80% of faculty and staff have read the campus newspaper in the past 90 days. In fact, the majority of page through the entire issue.

Advertising in The Star will help unlock your business potential! 8,000 copies of The Star are published three days a week and are distributed free at over 70 locations on campus and 40 locations in San Marcos.

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As our Bobcats are eating up, eating up the SFA Lumberjacks, it’s time for your business to eat up the competition by advertising in The University Star today! The Star’s Homecoming Issue is the perfect opportunity to show your Bobcat pride. While our ‘Cats are scoring on the field, your business will score with over 30,000 Texas State students by getting your business’ name in Texas State’s only official newspaper.

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Dear Sir or Madam, The News Record is the independent student newspaper at the University of Cincinnati. Our market includes more than 38,000 students and 15,000 employees with more than $500 million in spending power. Away from the influence of home, college students make hundreds of first-time, independent buying decisions... decisions that will influence their preferences and purchasing habits for years to come. We are the most well-read publication on campus and in the surrounding neighborhoods. Our thrice weekly newspaper is freely distributed at nearly 100 on-and-off campus locations. 83% of college students and 87% of college employees read The News Record to get award winning coverage of: The Big East Football Champions The Orange Bowl Legendary NCAA basketball Hometown Major League Baseball and football New university presidential coverage Local crime investigative reporting Arts coverage of the nationally recognized College-Conservatory of Music And much, much more Enclosed is The News Record’s 2009-10 Media Guide where you will find valuable information about our rates, production schedule and special advertising opportunities to help you reach this valuable market. After you review the Media Guide, please call or e-mail us to schedule your advertising with The News Record. Thank you for your time. Sincerely,

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The Wave

Kansas sports has a long lasting tradition of conquering opponents, being victorious, and bringing home championships. To keep up with tradition The University Daily Kansan is proud to introduce The Wave. The Wave is a weekly tabloid distributed every Friday in racks throughout campus and on Saturdays in the Kansas Union for home games. The Gameday edition will be a free program for KU fans that will feature stories on KU Football, stats, rosters and insights into that week’s game, among other things.

Benefits for advertising in The Wave: • High readership, including the loyal reader base of the Kansan (22,000 students) as well as additional, non-daily readers, parents and alumni. • High readership for an extremely dedicated student and non-student fan base. KU sports fans are constantly looking for updates, inside scoops and breaking stories providing your business with a prime way to get your ad in front of them. • Heavy promotion for Gameday is underway and will be consistent all year long. This means maximum exposure for all your ads. • This product is unique because it will allow your ads to be seen by both students and non-students alike. For example: alumni and parents, two audiences with bigger budgets. • The Wave is being co-promoted with the Kansas Union which creates the opportunity to have a table at the Kansas Union during home games. What this means for your business is getting in front of your audience on campus during home games. In other words, high exposure, high publicity. • KU sports has an extremely positive association with students, fans, and alumni. Advertising in The Wave will assoctiate your business with the success and tradition of KU sports.

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Border War The KU vs. Mizzou “Border War” is one of the most celebrated rivalries in sports history. To keep up with tradition, The University Daily Kansan is proud to introduce the Border War special section. The section will come out on November 16th, prior to this year’s Border Showdown and will cover the rich history between the two teams as well as the upcoming game on November 28th.

Benefits to advertising in the Border War special section: • High readership, including the loyal reader base of the Kansan (22,000 students) and non-daily readers such as parents and alumni. In addition to the 12,000 copies that will be distributed on campus, The Kansan is also printing 1,000 additional copies that will be distributed to fans and alumni through various means. • The keep-sake value of Border War will be increased by it’s quality. This sections will be printed on high-bright paper with a glossy cover. This ensures that students and fans will keep this product longer giving your ad a longer shelf life and more impressions. • KU sports has an extremely positive association with students, fans, and alumni. Advertising in the Border War edition will associate your business with the success and tradition of Kansas Athletics.

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Premium Rates Back Cover - $1200 Inside Front - $1000 Inside Back - $1000 Page 3 - $900 Page 5 - $900

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DEADLINE: October 14th

Color Rates

Full Color -$150 Spot Color - $125

RUN DATE: November 16th


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Top of the Hill

Every year, The University Daily Kansan polls students from KU on what their favorite businesses around Lawrence are. This ballot contains categories ranging from Best Burger to Best Beer Selection to Best Tanning Salon. The Top of the Hill section will include articles and write ups on the businesses that rank highest after these votes are tallied. Top of the Hill 2009 will be a product for students to look back at and remember what was popular when they were attending The University of Kansas.

Benefits to advertising in Top of the Hill:

• High readership, including the loyal reader base of the Kansan (22,000 students) as well as additional, non-daily readers. • Long shelf life, get more for your money. Because this event takes place once a year and recognizes businesses that are important to the students, we anticipate they will hang on to this as memorabilia of their time here. With shelf life, your ad will out grow its normal one-day span and be carried on as part of each students KU memories. • Top of the Hill is well-known to KU students. With ballots running in the paper and online prior to the sections release, as well as promotional ad campaigns, anticipation is generated amongst students for when the section comes out, therefore gaining higher readership.

General Rates: $300 Quarter Page $450 Half Page $650 Full Page $150 Spot Color $175 Full Color Deadline: Nov. 18th Run Date: Dec. 7th 2009

Run a half page in Top of the Hill AND Finals Guide and recieve free color on one of the ads


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Apartment Guide Each year, as students look ahead to next semester and living options, they turn to the University Daily Kansan and the Apartment Guide. The Apartment Guide, which runs four times in the spring semester, provides helpful reviews and tips about local living facilities and how to deal with difficult roommates. A record number of freshman attended KU this year, meaning a record number of freshman will be looking for an apartment next year.

Benefits to advertising in Apartment Guide: • Long lasting shelf life as many students will use this the product as a guide while they shop for their next apartment all semester. • Pre-qualified reader who has already decided to seek out information regarding a living situation. • Provides a four time frequency option so you can get more for your money while allowing you to brand your business with students. • Extremely high readership giving your ad more visibility. • Highly marketed by The Kansan staff, creating buzz and giving you more exposure for your ad dollars.

Rates Four editions • full pg $580 • 1/2 $300 • 1/4 $165

Three editions • full pg $645 • 1/2 $320 • 1/4 $180

Two editions • full pg $660 • 1/2 $335 • 1/4 $190

Deadlines Feb. 20 (runs Feb. 26)

Feb. 27 (runs March 5)

March 27 (runs April 2) April 17 (runs April 23)

One edition • full pg $705 • 1/2 $350 • 1/4 $200

Color • full $195 • spot $150


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Basketball Poster Series

What It Is: The Basketball poster series is a famous Kansan special section that gives your business the opportunity to get in front of the loyal and passionate target audience of KU basketball fans! These posters were featured on ESPN several times last year, with the hype now being bigger than ever, increasing the readership for your ad on the poster. All posters are for the Big 12 home games, with students continuing the tradition of holding the posters mocking our opponents at the beginning of every game. There are 16 spots available on each poster and the spots are on a first come, first serve basis. Hurry and sign up, the posters always fill up, there are limited spots available! Every position on the poster is a 3 column by 5 inch ad. Texas A&M: Run: January 16 Deadline: January 14 Colorado: Run: January 30 Deadline: January 28

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Nebraska: Run: February 20 Deadline: February 18 Mizzou: Run: February 27 Deadline: February 25

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Texas: Run: March 6 Deadline: March 4 KU vs CU January 27, 2007

To reach students in all 7 posters: $125 per poster 5-6 posters: $140 per poster 3-4 posters: $175 per poster 1-2 posters: $210 per poster Full color: $75 (Originially $195. Save $120!) Spot color: $50 (Originally $150. Save $100!)


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BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) — Harvard erased a 17-point first-half deficit behind two touchdown runs by Clifton Dawson to beat Lehigh 35-33 on Saturday. Lehigh built an early lead on a 62-yard touchdown pass to Pete Donchez and a pair of 1-yard runs. Jason Leo added a 20-yard field goal as the Mountain Hawks built a 24-7 advantage. But Harvard stormed back with Pizzotti’s touchdown pass to Matt Luft and a 32-yard touchdown pass from Chris Sanders to Corey Mazza on a wide receiver option that cut Lehigh lead to 24-21 at the half.

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NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) — R.C. Lagomarsino ran for 98 yards and a touchdown and Princeton defeated Columbia 19-6 on Saturday in the Ivy League opener for both teams. Princeton held Columbia (2-1, 0-1 Ivy) to 23 yards rushing, while Lagomarsino’s 23 carries included a 4-yard run in the second quarter that gave the Tigers a 14-0 lead. Columbia’s Craig Hormann, under heavy pressure throughout the game, completed 13 of 31 passes for 111 yards and threw an interception.

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EASTON, Pa. (AP) — Yale built a 16-point lead after three quarters and withstood a furious rally by Lafayette in a wild 37-34 win on Saturday. Yale (2-1) got 172 yards rushing and three touchdowns from Mike McLeod and a big game from receiver Ashley Wright, but Lafayette scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to make a game of it. The Leopards got their final touchdown with 30 seconds left, but couldn’t recover the onside kick, preserving the win for the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs led 30-14 after three quarters thanks to two touchdown runs from McLeod, a 63-yard touchdown pass from Matt Polhemus to Wright and a 28-yard run

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Receiver Matt Carre was in sync with sophomore quarterback Robert Ir vin on Saturday. So was Braden Lepisto. And Chris Mizell. One week after throwing for under 100 yards and two interceptions, Irvin was hitting all of his targets on Saturday. Three Penn receivers set career highs in the win over Dartmouth. Carre, a senior, led the way with 87 yards on seven catches. Following a game in which no Penn receiver reached 50 yards, the Quakers had three reach that mark Saturday. Lepisto, a junior, connected for 78 yards, and big senior tight end Mizell pitched in 64 — vaulting each past their previous career highs of 49 and 38 yards, respectively. “We’re all pretty confident that, when our number’s called, we’ll be able to step up and make the play,” Carre said. The last time Penn got that level of production from its receivers was in 2005’s heartbreaker against Villanova, a game in which Pat McDermott threw for 334 yards.

With 86 receiving yards, Carre was also a key player in that contest. Joe Sandberg led with 99 yards through the air, and Dan McDonald added 61 yards in that loss. Junior Dan Coleman , who led the Quakers (and the entire Ivy League) in Week One with 85 yards in the air at Lafayette, missed Saturday’s game with what head coach Al Bagnoli called a “moderate ankle sprain,” but the passing game thrived without him. Irvin was able to spread the field against Dartmouth, connecting at least four times apiece with the three different receivers. “It’s good to have options because then the defense can’t key in on one guy and stop our pass offense,” Irvin said. And, the Quakers’ options should only get more plentiful from here — Coleman is expected to return for next week’s matchup against Bucknell. Even though Dartmouth gave up 445 yards in its first two games this season, Bagnoli said Penn expected to face a tough rush defense. Dartmouth held the Red and Blue to 59 rushing yards in last season’s contest and kept Penn

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GAMETHREE Star of the game: Penn DB Tyson Maugle The cornerback picked off two passes for the Quakers. He returned one for 14 yards in the third and then another for 20 yds. in the fourth. Play of the game: Dartmouth’s fouth-quarter comeback After a failed punt, Dartmouth got the ball on the Penn 18 with 47 seconds left. Quarterback Mike Fritz threw for a touchdown to make it a one score game, but the Big Green were unable to recover the onside kick.

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Senior wide receiver Matt Carre turns upfield after catching a ball during Penn’s win on Saturday. Carre’s 87 yards receiving led the team. to 136 yards on Saturday — just four away from the season low. “I thought we would have to throw the ball to win,” Bagnoli said. “They’ve historically been a very difficult team to run the football against.” Coming into the game, only Sandberg, a running back, had thrown for a touchdown this season.

But that changed Saturday when both Lepisto and senior wideout Billy May scored on passes from Irvin. In a game in which the Quakers were not able to rely on their ground game, Penn’s receivers stepped up and ensured the team made it nine straight wins against the Big Green.

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2-1, 1-0 Ivy ■ HOW THEY SCORED First Quarter None Second Quarter P — 07:34 Irvin 33-yd. pass to Lepisto (Zoch kick)l D — 03:36 Kempler, 20-yd. field goal Third Quarter P — 07:31 Irvin 12-yd. pass to May (Zoch kick) Fourth Quarter P — 05:24 Zoch, 23-yd. field goal D — 00:37 Fritz 18-yd. pass to Galligan (Kempler kick)

Missed kicks plague Penn once again FOOTBALL from page 12 running back Joe Sandberg , who came in averaging 6.7 yards per carry, to just 65 yards on 22 carries. In the past, Dartmouth has “done a really good job of always having an extra defender in the box,” coach Al Bagnoli said, making it important to have a solid passing game. When Saturday turned out no different, Irvin had to step up, and that he did. The sophomore spread the ball around, hitting senior Matt Carre seven times, Mizell four times and junior Braden Lepisto three times in addition to May’s touchdown. Irvin finished the game with 227 yards through the air, the highest total in his three-game career. Putting points on the board was difficult for the Quakers, as two drives that stalled deep in Dartmouth territory ended with missed field goals by junior Derek Zoch, who was 1-for-3 on the day. “It wasn’t an aesthetically pretty game,” Bagnoli said. “Sometimes you have to fight, and we showed a little bit of fight today.” The Big Green, which outgained Penn by 10 yards on the day, nearly capitalized on the Quakers’ sloppiness, but suffered some miscues of its own. Dartmouth quarterback Mike Fritz threw three interceptions, including two in the fourth quarter when the teams traded picks for three straight series. Soph-

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Sophomore cornerback Tyson Maugle returns one of his interceptions against Dartmouth on Saturday. Maugle’s interceptions — one in the third quarter, one in the fourth — helped to seal the Penn win. omore corner Tyson Maugle made two picks, while Patrick Kimener hauled in the last one on an overthrown pass. Still, Dartmouth had a last gasp, trailing 17-3 with the ball at Penn’s 6-yard line in the closing minutes. But two straight penalties led to a 4th-and-goal from the 26, and the ball went over on downs. Penn couldn’t run out the clock, and Anthony Melillo was smothered before he could get a punt off. Dartmouth scored on the drive’s first play as Philip Gal-

ligan made an acrobatic catch over a defender in the corner of the end zone. But with just 37 seconds to play, the onside kick rolled right into Mizell’s hands. No matter how many things went wrong, when Mizell held on to that ball for dear life, the Quakers were 1-0 in the league. “We’re still a work in progress,” Bagnoli said. “We still have young kids, and they’re going to have to grow up, and hopefully this is another step

toward that.”

Ivy League is real, and the easy wins Penn has counted on in the past will not be so easy. And

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RUSHING — Penn: Sandberg, Joe 22-65; Shepherd, Sam 5-59; Walker, Bryan 1-25; Amooachampong, Kelms 3-8; Irvin, Robert 2minus 7; Melillo, Anthony 1-minus 13. Dartmouth: Fritz, Mike 10-64; Bash, Jason 6-14; Williams, Milan 10-14. PASSING — Penn: Irvin, Robert 1525-1-227; Walker, Bryan 1-4-0-14. Dartmouth: Fritz, Mike 22-38-3-255. RECEIVING — Penn: Carre, Matt 7-87; Lepisto, Braden 4-78; Mizell, Chris 464; May, Billy 1-12. Dartmouth: Fuselier, Ryan 6-66; Evans, Brian 3-44; Williams, Milan 3-38; Von Kuhn, andre 3-29; Galligan, Phili 2-29; Lowe Brett 2-12; Brogna, Mark 1-26; McDonald, Sam 1-8; Bash, Jason 1-3.

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Want FREE full color on your finals survival guide ad? Run an eighth page or larger ad in the regular edition of the paper a week before or a week after the special section run date and receive FREE color on your finals survival guide ad. Ask your account executive for full details.

E-Mail PDF ads to: advertising@studlife.com

outreach 95% of Washington University students read Student Life. By participating in the guide, you have an opportunity to reach students with your message each time they pick up the guide for a time out from studying. It’s a great resource for students to get ideas on where to study or where to go when they need a break from studying or are done with finals week.

Publication Date:

Contact Information ph: (314) 935–6713 fax: (314) 935–5938 Online: www.readallover.com E-Mail: advertising@studlife.com Student Life Washington University Student Media, Inc. One Brookings Drive, Box 1039 330 Danforth University Center Saint Louis, MO 63130–4899

Wednesday, December 9th

Early Bird deadline: Friday, November 20th Must have signed insertion order and prepayment on this date to receive discount.

Regular deadline: Wednesday, December 2nd

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Business ADvantage

Crossword/Sudoku Sponsorship

Get the frequency you need while taking half-off of our local advertising rates! Simply run a business card-sized ad or larger in 20 consecutive issues and you’ll enjoy a 50% discount. Renew your commitment and you’ll receive one ad double the size for free! Ask your account executive for details!

For many students, the crossword puzzle is one of the most widely-used features that appear in the entire newspaper and Sudoku is becoming very popular.

Fabulous Frequency

Ad Size: 4.9167˝ wide x 1˝ high *Rates shown are per issue.

This frequency plan allows you to customize an advertising schedule while enjoying a significant discount off of our local rate. Fabulous Frequency is a great opportunity for bars & restaurants to list musical acts & specials weekly all while saving up to 33%! Minimum ad size is 8 column inches. Plan is available to local clients only. 7 ads in 7 weeks 14 ads in 14 weeks 28 ads in 28 weeks

Your business can sponsor one of these features, giving your ad prime placement and extremely high readership at a very affordable cost. Space is sold on a first-come, first-served basis, so reserve your dates now!

Open Rate Full Semester (14 weeks) Full Year (28 weeks)

$49.00 $39.00 $29.00

10% discount 20% discount 33% discount

3 RuN Discount Promote an event in three consecutive issues and get a 50% discount on the third issue. The ads must run in three consecutive issues of the regular newspaper edition and they must all be the same size.

Guaranteed Placement Looking to guarantee your ad appears on a certain page or in a certain section? Position guarantees are available for a premium of 25% of the space cost for ads measuring 20 column inches or more. Please note that guaranteed color position may not be available due to press configurations.


rates Common Ad Sizes and Pricing Prices shown are based on open rates and are per issue.

Full Page 6 col. x 21˝ 126 col. in. 10˝ x 21˝ $1512.00

Half Page 6 col. x 10.5˝ 63 col. in. 10˝ x 10.5˝ $756.00

Quarter Page 3 col. x 10.5˝ 31.5 col. in. 4.9167˝ x 10.5˝ $378.00

Eighth Page 3 col. x 5.25˝ 15.75 col. in. 4.9167˝ x 5.25˝ $189.00

Sixteenth Page 2 col. x 4˝ 8 col. in. 3.222˝ x 4˝ $96.00

Business Card 2 col. x 2.5˝ 5 col. in. 3.222˝ x 2.5˝ $60.00

Local Annual Contracts

Preprinted Insert Rates

Rates shown are per column inch and are based on a 12-month commitment for local advertisers only. National advertisers may contact our office for contract information.

Rates shown are per thousand inserts. 6 or more full-runs during an academic year earns a 15% discount.

250 column inches 500 column inches 750 column inches 1000 column inches

$11.40 $10.80 $10.20 $9.60

Color Rates Color charges are in addition to normal space charges.

Black + 1 Color Black + 2 Colors Process Color

$125 $250 $400

Front Page Stickers Extended 2 week deadline. Ask an account executive for details!

Rate

$899/issue

1–4 pages 5–8 pages 9–10 pages 11+ pages

$65.00 $85.00 $95.00 $110.00

Minimum insert order is 4,000. Maximum 6,000. One complete copy of the insert must be sent to the Sales Manager for review prior to acceptance. Student Life will not be responsible for loss or cost of inserts shipped without prior approval. All inserts must be shipped to arrive no later than 2 business days prior to insertion. After approval, inserts should be shipped in cartons or on skids to:

Louisiana Press Journal Printing Attn: Student Life Inserts Run Date: xx/xx/xx 3406 W. Georgia Street Louisiana, MO 63353


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studlife marketPlace (online classifieds) Rate........$15 per month (30 days) Student Life is excited to offer online classified ads and listings to Washington University. From student housing to roommates to textbooks to jobs, there is something for everyone. Our online classifieds marketplace offers the most localized categories and provides the best opportunity to reach WU students, faculty and staff. Go to www.studlife.com/marketplace to post or search listings.

www.studlife.com With nearly 300,000 page views per month, advertising on studlife.com is an excellent compliment to a print campaign.

Display Rates shown are for local customers.

Peel Back Ad (Exclusive spot) or Banner Ad (468 x 60 pixels) Box Ad (300 x 250 pixels) Top of the page Bottom of the page Button Ad (125 x 125 pixels)

$400/week $1200/month $400/month $300/month $200/month $100/month

Text Links $150/month $750/6 months $1200/year

Deadlines Signed insertion orders and artwork are due by the following deadlines. Orders canceled after deadline will be billed at full cost.

Monday Issue 2 p.m. Wednesday prior to publication Wednesday Issue 2 p.m. Friday prior to publication Friday Issue 2 p.m. Tuesday prior to publication


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