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University of Arizona Visitor Guide This full color guide is published in the Fall and Spring. Each issue welcomes guests and newcomers to the dynamic UA campus. Copies are widely distributed on campus, at hotels and around Tucson annually. View the current guide online: wc.arizona.edu/ads/visitorguide

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In addition to the Daily Wildcat and dailywildcat.com, AZ Student Media offers specialized media outlets that give advertisers an even broader reach into our community:

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HOW TO ReACH us Display & Online Advertising: (520) 621-1686 ads@dailywildcat.com Classified Advertising: (520) 621-3425 classifieds@wildcat.arizona.edu Classified Advertising & Accounting Manager: Karen Tortorella-Notari (520) 621-5982 tortorel@email.arizona.edu

UATV Channel 3 & KAMP Student Radio KAMP and UATV provide programming that includes music, news, sports, mtvU and original UA student produced shows.

Director, AZ Student Media: Mark Woodhams (520) 621-3408 woodhams@email.arizona.edu

More than 6,000 students living on campus tune in and thousands more watch and listen on the web.

Advertising Manager: Katie Bailey (520) 621-1714 kmbailey@email.arizona.edu Sales Manager: Courtney Wood (520) 621-5816 cwood@dailywildcat.com

University of Arizona Parents & Family Magazine

Visitor Guide and Parents & Family Magazine: Milani Hunt (520) 626-8546 milanih@email.arizona.edu

This full color magazine reaches parents of UA students including incoming freshmen and welcomes them to the University of Arizona family.

UATV Channel 3 & KAMP Radio: Michael Camarillo (520) 621-8002 camarill@email.arizona.edu

View the current guide online: wc.arizona.edu/ads/ParentsMagazine

Accounting: (520) 621-3558 Subscriptions: (520) 621-3195

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CONTRACT RATes Bulk Contract Rates

Frequency Contracts

Volume Open Rate 90-149 inches 150-299 inches 300-574 inches 575-874 inches 875-1,299 inches 1,300-1,999 inches 2,000-3,499 inches

Volume 5 - 9 issues 10 - 19 issues 20 or more issues

Contracts must be fulfilled by May 9, 2012.

PCI Rates $ 16.00 $ 12.40 $ 12.00 $ 11.65 $ 11.25 $ 10.60 $ 10.20 $ 9.90

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Contracts expire in the same semester they are signed Fall: December 7, 2011 Spring: May 9th, 2012

PCI Rates $ 12.55 $ 11.80 $ 11.45

PICK uP DIsCOuNTs & COLOR Pick Up

Color Rates:

• 1st ad on all schedules is contract or open rate • Discount applies to 2nd - 5th ads accordingly • Discount applies to 5 consecutive day schedules • Ads must be same size each day • Discount is on space only

Full Color: 4 – 31.5 inches 32 – 64.5 inches 65 – 129 inches

$150 $200 $250

Spot Color: 4 – 31.5 inches 32 – 64.5 inches 65 – 129 inches

$75 $100 $125

Discounts 1 day: Contract or Open Rate 2 days: 10% off 2nd ad 3 days: 15% off 3rd ad 4 days: 20% off 4th ad 5 days: 25% off 5th ad

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Advertising Acceptability: The Wildcat reserves the right to reject any advertising, for any reason, or to request revisions, even after an insertion order has been signed. The standards guiding the acceptance of advertising are available by requesting a copy of the Wildcat’s official “Advertising Acceptability Policy.” Advertising resembling news copy must be marked “Paid Advertisement.” Copyright: Advertising that is designed and produced by the Wildcat staff becomes the property of the Wildcat and cannot be reproduced or used without the Wildcat’s consent. Back Billing: Advertisers failing to meet their contract volume at the end of the contract term will be charged the difference between the contract rate and the open rate (or the contract rate for which they qualify) for all advertising run during the duration of the contract.


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Advertising Acceptability: The Wildcat reserves the right to reject any advertising, for any reason, or to request revisions, even after an insertion order has been signed. The standards guiding the acceptance of advertising are available by requesting a copy of the Wildcat’s official “Advertising Acceptability Policy.” Advertising resembling news copy must be marked “Paid Advertisement.” Copyright: Advertising that is designed and produced by the Wildcat staff becomes the property of the Wildcat and cannot be reproduced or used without the Wildcat’s consent. Back Billing: Advertisers failing to meet their contract volume at the end of the contract term will be charged the difference between the contract rate and the open rate (or the contract rate for which they qualify) for all advertising run during the duration of the contract.


University Departments & Student Groups $ 9.70 pci Pick up discounts apply

National Rate:

$ 16.00 pci

Monday Mega Marketplace 2 columns x 2in group page ad with red spot color.

1 - 4 issues 5 - 13 issues 14 - 15 issues

$ 50.00 per week $ 45.00 per week $ 40.00 per week

Wildcat Wrap

$ 2,250

Entire wrap 4 pages • Front page outside vertical ad 1.88in x 21.5in with full color

• Front page inside vertical ad 1.88in x 21.5in black & white only

• Back page outside ad 10in x 21.5in with full color

• Back page inside ad 10in x 21.5in black & white only

Vertical Front Page Ad • Front side includes full color • Back side black & white only

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Inserts 8 pages or less: 10 – 16 pages:

$ 55 CPM $ 65 CPM

Front Page & Back Page Ad

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Advertising Acceptability: The Wildcat reserves the right to reject any advertising, for any reason, or to request revisions, even after an insertion order has been signed. The standards guiding the acceptance of advertising are available by requesting a copy of the Wildcat’s official “Advertising Acceptability Policy.” Advertising resembling news copy must be marked “Paid Advertisement.” Copyright: Advertising that is designed and produced by the Wildcat staff becomes the property of the Wildcat and cannot be reproduced or used without the Wildcat’s consent. Back Billing: Advertisers failing to meet their contract volume at the end of the contract term will be charged the difference between the contract rate and the open rate (or the contract rate for which they qualify) for all advertising run during the duration of the contract.


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Classified Line Ad Rates 20 words or less Each additional word per insertion Underlined Words Bold words (first three bolded words free) Bold all words 1 pt border

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Classified Line Ad Discounts • 20% off for 5 or more consecutive insertions of same ad in the academic year • 20% off for 20 or more insertions of the same ad during the same academic year

Classified Display Ad Rates Open Rate 5 – 9 insertions of same ad 10 – 14 insertions of same ad 15 or more insertions of same ad

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Classified Online Rates Any posting on Friday must include Saturday and Sunday.

Online posting with purchase of print ad Online only posting (no print ad)

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Advertising Acceptability: The Wildcat reserves the right to reject any advertising, for any reason, or to request revisions, even after an insertion order has been signed. The standards guiding the acceptance of advertising are available by requesting a copy of the Wildcat’s official “Advertising Acceptability Policy.” Advertising resembling news copy must be marked “Paid Advertisement.” Copyright: Advertising that is designed and produced by the Wildcat staff becomes the property of the Wildcat and cannot be reproduced or used without the Wildcat’s consent. Back Billing: Advertisers failing to meet their contract volume at the end of the contract term will be charged the difference between the contract rate and the open rate (or the contract rate for which they qualify) for all advertising run during the duration of the contract.


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*Only one guarantee per order (i.e. comics, not comics and above the fold). *If guaranteed placement cannot be honored, the 15% premium will be credited back to client.

• Page 3 • Back Page – full page ad only, black/white or color • Comics – based on space availability • Police Beat – based on space availability • Section – News, Sports, or Entertainment • Multi-Ad Placement – if more than one ad in an issue, client can request placement apart or together

ADVERTISING POLICY Ad Design: The Wildcat offers free ad building and design services by talented UA students, including one proof per ad (if requested at least two working days prior to publication). For extensive design, photography or graphic services, charges may be assessed if necessary. All charges will be discussed before work is performed REFUNDS, CREDITS AND MAKE GOODS (Retail and Classified Display Ads): In spite of our best efforts, copy errors occasionally occur in material we typeset for our advertisers. If your ad has an error in it, report it immediately. The Wildcat’s liability will not exceed the actual cost of the ad in question and liability for an omitted ad will be limited to publishing the advertisement in a subsequent issue. Disclaimer: The advertiser agrees to assume all liability for any ad placed in the Wildcat, and to hold the Wildcat harmless for any claim that may be brought against the paper by reason of the publication of the advertiser’s message, and to reimburse the Wildcat for any expenses or losses arising from any such claims.

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Advertising Acceptability: The Wildcat reserves the right to reject any advertising, for any reason, or to request revisions, even after an insertion order has been signed. The standards guiding the acceptance of advertising are available by requesting a copy of the Wildcat’s official “Advertising Acceptability Policy.” Advertising resembling news copy must be marked “Paid Advertisement.” Copyright: Advertising that is designed and produced by the Wildcat staff becomes the property of the Wildcat and cannot be reproduced or used without the Wildcat’s consent. Back Billing: Advertisers failing to meet their contract volume at the end of the contract term will be charged the difference between the contract rate and the open rate (or the contract rate for which they qualify) for all advertising run during the duration of the contract.


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September • Football Preview • Labor Day - No Issue • Career Guide • Parents & Family Weekend

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October • Restaurant, Bar & Entertainment Guide

Fall 2011 6th

November • Graduate School • Homecoming • Veterans Day - No Issue •Basketball Preview • Thanksgiving - No Issue

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February • Restaurant, Bar & Entertainment Guide • Housing Guide

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Advertising Acceptability: The Wildcat reserves the right to reject any advertising, for any reason, or to request revisions, even after an insertion order has been signed. The standards guiding the acceptance of advertising are available by requesting a copy of the Wildcat’s official “Advertising Acceptability Policy.” Advertising resembling news copy must be marked “Paid Advertisement.” Copyright: Advertising that is designed and produced by the Wildcat staff becomes the property of the Wildcat and cannot be reproduced or used without the Wildcat’s consent. Back Billing: Advertisers failing to meet their contract volume at the end of the contract term will be charged the difference between the contract rate and the open rate (or the contract rate for which they qualify) for all advertising run during the duration of the contract.


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Newspaper Distribution Area:

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Advertising Acceptability: The Wildcat reserves the right to reject any advertising, for any reason, or to request revisions, even after an insertion order has been signed. The standards guiding the acceptance of advertising are available by requesting a copy of the Wildcat’s official “Advertising Acceptability Policy.” Advertising resembling news copy must be marked “Paid Advertisement.” Copyright: Advertising that is designed and produced by the Wildcat staff becomes the property of the Wildcat and cannot be reproduced or used without the Wildcat’s consent. Back Billing: Advertisers failing to meet their contract volume at the end of the contract term will be charged the difference between the contract rate and the open rate (or the contract rate for which they qualify) for all advertising run during the duration of the contract.


Central Michigan Life We have reduced our media kit to a two-sided, single page as part of our sustainability effort. Our full media kit can be found online: www.centralmediacafe.com

ad deadlines

our publication... Central Michigan Life, the independent voice at Central Michigan University, has been publishing for more than 92 years. CM Life publishes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the school year, and once a week during summer sessions.

national rates

National RepresentativeS Alloy Media & Marketing 151 W.26th St., 12th Floor NY, NY 10001 Phone: (212) 401-0070 or (212)401-0071 Campus Media Group Inc Two Appletree Square, Suite 439, Bloomington, MN 55425 Ph:(952)854-3100 Fax: (952)513-2038

local rates

OPEN RATE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14.95 Non-Profit / RSO RATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10.75 All rates are per column inch, per contract period. Ads 18” or more will be billed at 21 inches. Double Truck ads are billed as 13 columns.

REPEAT RATE DISCOUNTS

special issues/pages AUGUST

OPEN NET RATE (per column inch) . . . . . . . . $11.55

ROP Display and Classified Ad deadlines are at Noon two business days prior to publication.

Advertising repeated in two consecutive issues after the first insertion at open rate. No copy changes. Not applicable to contracts. 1st Pickup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25% off 2nd Pickup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35% off 5 AD RATE (Same ad, 5 times in semester, 4” min.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . $11.75 10 AD RATE (Same ad, 10 times in semester, 4” min.). . . . . . . . . . . . $11.25

contract rates FREQUENCY CONTRACTS

Min. number of inches placed . . . . . in a month for one contract year. . .

BULK CONTRACTS

30-59”. . . . . . . . . . . . $10.75 60-119”. . . . . . . . . . . . $10.50 120-239” . . . . . . . . . . . $9.95 240-399”. . . . . . . . . . . $9.30 400 +. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8.30

100-300” . . . . . . . . . . . $ 1 1 .95 301-500”. . . . . . . . . . . . $ 11.25 501” + . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10.75

BONUS! All frequency &/or bulk ad contracts, get two (2) FREE colors (limited to available colors) per contract .period! A $180 value!

NOVEMBER

• Back To CMU • MAC Football Preview • Central Michigan Apartment Life

• MAC Basketball Preview • Rose Rowdie Section • Apartment Life

SEPTEMBER

DECEMBER

• Campus Cash • Wares Fair • Best of Central Michigan

OCTOBER • Homecoming • Sweetest Day

• Finals/Graduation

FEBRUARY • Campus Cash • Valentine’s Day • Apartment Life • Spring Break

MARCH • Basketball HOOPS

APRIL JANUARY • Back to CMU • MLK Remembrance • The BUCKET LIST

• Coupon Weekly • Spring Football • Orientation/CMU Welcomes You

MAY • Finals/Graduation

audience reach

Since 1919, Central Michigan Life has covered the Central Michigan University and Mt. Pleasant communities. 12,000 papers are distributed free on Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the academic year and 5,000 on Wednesday during the summer months to more than 180 locations in Mt. Pleasant and the CMU campus.

2010/2011 calendar

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color rates Full Color

Min. $40, Max. $260 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4.00 per col. inch Two Color Min. $35, Max. $180 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3.50 per col. inch One Color Min. $20, Max. $90 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.00 per col. inch

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classified line rates

national banners & buttons

15 words or less, each additional word is 20¢. All classified line ads on our website daily. Link your classified ad to your website – $1.00 per day.

1-2 DAYS. . . . . . . . $7.75/day 3-6 DAYS. . . . . . . $7.50/day

Advertising space on our website can be reserved directly with any advertising account executive at Central Michigan Life, or by contacting our national representative firms listed on the front of this rate card.

7-12 DAYS. . . . . . . . $7.25/day 13 + DAYS. . . . . . . . $7.00/day

local banners & buttons

classified mighty minis

Mechanical requirements: 72dpi / RGB /.JPG, .GIF or .SWF format

1 col. x 1.5” ads.

LEADERBOARD . . . . . . . . . $900/MONTH

Run your ad at incredible savings! More than 34,200 readers perusing the classifieds, crosswords and comics.

RECTANGLE . . . . . . . . . . . . $750/MONTH

728 x 90 pixels

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technical specifications

BANNERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $600/MONTH 468 x 60 pixels (less than 100K file size)

Size of Printed Area: 11” x 21”

VIDEO SPONSORSHIP . . .$500/MONTH

1 Column Width. . . . . . . . 1.69 2 Column Width. . . . . . . 3.55 3 Column Width . . . . . . . 5.42

BUTTONS/TILES . . . . . . . $300/MONTH

We only accept Adobe PDF, EPS, JPEG and TIFF formats for press-ready ads.

10 SECOND LEAD-IN. Minimum 3 new videos per week.

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PLAY SPORTS! HAVE FUN! SAVE MONEY! Maine camp needs fun-loving counselors to teach All land, adventure & water sports. Great Summer! Call 888-844-8080, apply: campcedar.com Parasson’s Italian Restaurant Hiring All Positions, All Shifts, Starting at $8-$10/hr. Apply in person 11AM9PM, no phone calls please. 3983 Darrow Rd., Stow Riverside Wine Bar 911 N. Mantua St., Kent— Must be willing to train for all positions: food, servers, retail and bar. Non-smokers only, must be 21. Apply in person Monday-Thursday 12-4pm. Looking for telephone sales, part time, will train, $8-14/hour 330-9458011. COLLEGE PRO Full Time Summer Position Available for Competitive and Hard Working Students Are you looking for a fun and challenging position that is ideal for college students who would like experience in completing group projects, budget management, effective marketing, and customer service? Then College Pro Painters is the place for you! We are looking to hire across Ohio so here is your opportunity to work outdoors with other like-minded individuals while earning a good hourly wage! Requirements: your own transportation, manual labor, and a great attitude! Interested candidates should apply online to see if qualified. We look forward to hearing from you! http://www1,collegepro.com/ students/Painter_Application/sb.cn SUMMER WORK $14.25 base-appt. -Flexible schedules -Start now, or after finals! -Customer sales/service -No experience necessary -All majors welcome! All ages 18+, conditions apply CALL 330-526-7258 Or apply at www.workforstudents. com Summer Jobs Dependable people for our fundraising company seeking employees for summer. Flexible hours. Call 330-650-6011 for Joy. Golf Club in Chardon is looking for bartenders, servers and beverage cart drivers, flexible hours, get a tan and make great tips, call 440-2853110 and ask for Jarrod. NOW HIRING! 2 busy families hiring energetic individual primarily for yard work (lawncare, trimming, mulch, leaves) as well as light maintenance, power washing, and painting. May-August, 20-25 hrs/wk, Sept-Oct, 8-10 hrs/wk. 10/hr. Flexible days, but Saturdays are a must. Please contact Mary at 330-352-5254 or Rebekah at 330352-5256. Looking for a job? PARTA has open positions for bus operators. We are now scheduling training for the summer. You must be at lease 18 years old and a current KSU student with a valid Ohio driver’s license. You must have two years driving experience and can not have more than two points on your license. Stop by at 2000 Summit Rd., across from the KSU Dix Stadium to apply or visit us at www.partaonline.org PARTA is a drug and alcohol free workplace and EOE. Need a job? PARTA has a new opening for a part-time Hostler/Bus Detailer. This is an evening shift position that includes rotating Sunday work. Primary responsibilities include cleaning the interiors and exteriors of company vehicles, fueling, moving and parking vehicles. High school diploma/GED and driver’s license required, with acceptable driving record. All interested applicants should apply at 2000 Summit Rd., Kent, OH. Applications will be accepted until May 13, 2011. PARTA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Work environment.

Servers at Yours Truly Restaurant. Flexible hours, AM and PM shifts available. Energetic and enthusiastic person. Willing to train. Apply at 36 South Main Street, Hudson. Stop in and see a manager. 330-656-2900 Early evening office cleaning positions available. Call 330-6737798 Laundry Mat Attendant Needed. Applications being taken at 3760 Fishcreek Road in Stow. Nuevo Sol Tanning and Guava Smoothie and Juice Bar now hiring part and full time. Minutes from KSU. Flexible hours. Apply within. 1634 Norton Road, Stow. Experienced Servers Wanted. Fine Dining Restaurant. 4-6 Shifts. Downtown Hudson. Call 330-6559550.

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Aries (March 21-April 19) Today is a 9. It seems easier to concentrate, and a solution to an old problem is becoming obvious. Allow those ideas to gel, and get opinions from experienced friends. Things come together.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Today is an 8. Your friends are really there for you, and for the next two days you’ll want to go play with them. Why not? Clean up any messes and invite folks over. Let go of a scheme that lacks soul.

Taurus (April 20-May 20) Today is an 8. Changes seem abrupt to others. You seem to feed off of them. A friend provides spiritual direction. Practice increases skills. Listen and learn.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Today is an 8. Take your ideas for a walk. You’ll think of something brilliant, and your heart will thank you later. You don’t need to venture far. In fact, stay close to home.

Gemini (May 21-June 21) Today is a 7. You feel powerful and are ready to make positive changes. Your natural planning talents are primed, so let loose and invent. Then jump into action. Cancer (June 22-July 22) Today is a 9. Follow through on details for the next few days. Think out different options and make plans. Don’t travel yet. Manage your deadlines, and stay thrifty.

Tellers Wanted! Kent Credit Union has several part-time teller positions available in its 3 branch locations within Portage County. Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment a necessity. Responsible for handling customer service issues and resolving promptly. Competitive salary offered. To apply, email cover letter and resume to jobs@ kentcu.com. No phone calls please.

Whitehall East Town Homes AKA “The New Town Homes” Whitehall Blvd. off Summit Now taking apps for Fall 2011 *5b/3ba *All Appliances Included *Dishwasher, Washer, Dryer *Lighted Parking *Many units with all newer flooring Rent plans starting at $290/person/ month Ask about the all-inclusive plans Call or text 330-990-4019 www.whitehall-east.com WHITEHALL EAST TOWNHOMES Whitehall Boulevard off Summit now taking apps for fall 2011. 5 bedroom/3 bath. All appliances including Dishwasher, W/D. Rent plan starting at $290/person/ month. Ask about the all-inclusive plan! Call or text 330-434-6141 www.rentalsakron.com Hurry In 2BR Apts available for Fall Free Heat and Water, Pets Welcome, Outdoor Pool 330-673-5364 Large 2 bedroom 1.5 bath apartment $585/month + deposit & electric. Heat, water and trash included. 330312-0066 or 330-968-4930 Kent near downtown and campus 2 bedroom apartment, all utilities paid except electric, $350/bedroom + security deposit. (330) 676-9440 For Summer/Fall: 2 bedroom starting at $325/bedroom including utilities. Close to Campus. 330-626-7157 Buckeye Parks Mgmt. 2011-2012 Leases 2&3 bdrm apts Some include utilities Prices starting at $375 per room 330-678-3047 BuckeyeParksMgmt.com Available Fall Single Rooms Starting at $275 includes some utilities, 330678-3047. University Townhome: 5 bedrooms available fall! Washer/Dryer, A/C, $270/room. 3 Bedroom House Near Campus @$850 330-554-7844 or 330-626-4694. Upstairs 2 bedroom apartment for fall. Close to town and campus. 1 year lease. References, deposit. Newly remodeled. No pets. $325/ month/person + gas and electric. 330-297-7117 Historical Neighborhood, 2 Bedroom Apartment Available May 1, Close to Campus, $680/month, pets extra, Washer/Dryer 330-388-0325 Room for Summer, Next to SRWC, Vaulted Ceilings, Large Closet, Laundry, A/C, $315/month, 330-3890819. $495.00 FIRST 3 MONTHS. 2BD 1BTH TOWNHOME. LAUNDRY, CARPORT. jlcasto.com 330-688-7040

Rent Kent - 3 bedroom duplex, wood floors, washer/dryer, deck, $745/ month. 330-389-0819 Kent - 4 bedroom, 3 bath, wood floors, vaulted ceilings, patio, garage, A/C, washer/dryer, near KSC. $1295/ month. 330-389-0819 KENT Very large 4/5 bedroom 2 bath, new kitchen, baths, windows, A/C. Clean and quiet, large yard. $410 per, all utilities free with cable & wifi, washer/dryer. 5 minutes to KSU 330-322-6985 KENT Very large 6/7 bedroom 2.5 bath, new kitchen, baths, windows, A/C. Clean and quiet, large yard. $410 per, all utilities free with cable & wifi, washer/dryer. 5 minutes to KSU 330-906-2525 Two 2-bedroom units for Fall! $700/ unit. East Elm Street 330-814-7939 Whitehall East Town Home Available 4/5 bedroom. All utilities included, starting at $340. 440-336-6761 www.kenttownhomes.com. Now leasing! Spacious partially furnished six bedroom house. Holds 8. From $380. Includes all utilities, cable, internet, washer/dryer, a must see! Non-smoking, no pets. 330-8476432 Kent Duplex 2 Large Bedroom on Bus Route, $550/month+util+deposit. Call 330-329-3029 for information. Picture visit http://yuenlau.web. officelive.com. University townhome. 3, 4 or 5 bedroom for rent. $350/month includes all utilities, W/D, full kitchen. On bus route. 330-678-4248. jfess@ att.net

Rent Now Hiring Full Time and Summer Help Needed in our local outlets. Must enjoy working with the general public and be able to work evenings. $12.55/start call Mon-Wed 12-6PM Canton Store 330-477-9038 Akron Store 330-630-5960 Fall: Near KSU. 2 bedroom condo, 3 blocks from campus. Living room, dining room, 1.5 bath, central air, laundry facilities, No Pets. Call Drew 330-328-1084. KENT/BRIMFIELD. Newer 3 & 4 Bdrm duplexes. 1 car garage. $900-$1200 per month. 330-338-5841 or 330329-1118 kentarearentals.com $495.00 FIRST 3 MONTHS. 2BD 1BTH TOWNHOME. LAUNDRY, CARPORT. jlcasto.com 330-688-7040 KSU Large 2BR Luxury 1 car garage. Many amenities wd/hookup $650.+some util (330) 628-0447 Kent- Quiet 1,2&3 bedroom. $525, $590, $780. 330-677-5577 SAVE $$$ Now Leasing for Fall a Beautiful Newly Redecorated 2 Bedroom Apartment, Free Gas and Water, $275/student, 330-687-6122. 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE HOUSING KSU STUDENTS OFF CAMPUS NOW LEASING FOR FALL ‘11-12 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, duplexes, effiency. Locations near and around campus on Depeyster, Lincoln, Linden, Lock, Mantua, and Water Streets. LARGE 2 bedroom apartments, living room, dining room, kitchen, bath, full basement with washer/ dryer hook-up, plenty of parking, located on Lake Street, 2 blocks north of campus.

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Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Today is a 7. Business interferes with fun. You have to call the shots and decide what’s best. Trust your intuition. Calling for reinforcements may be a good idea now. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Today is a 9. Transformation is right around the corner. Start researching ways to invest in your future. Save a windfall for a rainy day. You’re sharp with finances.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Today is a 7. Work with a partner, and share decisions. Find an antique treasure. Reject a far-fetched scheme in favor of a practical solution (even if you don’t know how yet). Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Today is an 8. Time to get to work. No more putting off what you’re committed to. Focus on making money, not spending it. Sort through the feelings as they arise. Chop wood; carry water. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Today is a 9. A little surprise would be nice. Romantic odds are in your favor now. Make sure what you build is solid, rather than based on fantasy. Practice and play by the rules.

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IU STUDENT MEDIA RATE CARD 2011-12

Your best way to reach IU 92.3% of IU’s 42,464 students read the Indiana Daily Student on a regular basis.

Indiana Daily Student NEWSPAPER ∙ Every weekday

www.idsnews.com ONLINE ∙ Every day ∙ 24/7

WEEKEND ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT SECTION ∙ Every Thursday

Inside MAGAZINE ∙ Twice a semester

Arbutus YEARBOOK ∙ Shipped each fall

INDIANA UNIVERSITY · BLOOMINGTON

812-855-0763


HOW TO REACH US Ernie Pyle 120 940 E. Seventh St. Bloomington, IN 47405-7108

phone 812-855-0763 fax 812-855-8009

REGULAR DISPLAY & CLASSIFIED DISPLAY AD RATES (per column inch)

Open Agency Rates University Dept. / Nonprofit

PERSONNEL

IU Student / Student Organization Rate

$19.32

Asst. Director/Operations

Copy/Payment Deadline

Monday

5 p.m. Wed.

Tuesday

5 p.m. Thu.

Wednesday

5 p.m. Fri.

Thursday

5 p.m. Mon.

Friday

5 p.m. Tue.

$14.91 $12.98

Ad Proof Schedule

Advertising Director

Rachel Knoble

Day of Publication $19.71

Susan McGlockin

Asst. Director/Business

Display ad deadline is 5 p.m. three business days before publication.

August 1, 2011 - July 31, 2012

ads@idsnews.com www.idsnews.com

Susan Elkins

DEADLINES

LOCAL ANNUAL VOLUME DISCOUNTS A signed contract is required to qualify for these discounts. Advertisers without a signed contract will be billed at the open rate.

Greg Menkedick

For ads that must be approved by the advertiser prior to the publication: Copy deadline is four business days prior to the publication. (e.g., Friday proof deadline is 5 p.m., Monday) You will receive your proof the business day prior to the publication. All proofs must be returned to the IDS by 2:30 p.m. the business day prior to the publication. Corrections may be made by phone, e-mail or fax.

Creative/Online Director

200-349 c.i.

$14.29

Ron Johnson

350-499 c.i.

$13.76

IU Student Media Director

Special Deadlines

500 -749 c.i.

$13.04

750-999 c.i.

$12.36

Deadline is five business days prior for the following:

CLASSIFIED LINE ADS Line size is approximately 20 characters, including space and punctuation. The minimum size is three lines.

1,000-1,499 c.i

$11.96

1,500-1,999 c.i.

$11.66

2,000-2,999 c.i.

$11.41

3,000-4,499 c.i.

$11.11

4,500-5,999 c.i.

$10.76

6,000-7,999 c.i.

$10.61

Preprinted inserts Newsstand posters Newsstand ribbons Newsstand brochures

Classified line ads are published online at no extra charge. Classified line ads are quoted per line/per day. Call for complete rate information. Ask about our cash-in-advance discount or go to www.idsnews.com/classifieds. Deadline: 3 p.m. business day prior to publication.

GUARANTEED PLACEMENT Guaranteed Placement is available for an additional 25% more than the cost of the ad space. (Some exceptions do exist. Please ask for more information.)

SPECIFICATIONS & MEASUREMENTS Display Ad Specifications Width

Inches

1 column

1.556

2 columns

3.222

3 columns

4.889

4 columns

6.556

5 columns

8.222

6 columns

9.889

Common Broadsheet Ad Sizes

1/8 page 2 col. x 8" 1/8 page 3 col. x 5"

1/4 page 4 col. x 8"

1/2 page 3 col. x 21"

Layout Requirements The IDS uses the offset printing method. Full-page ad size is 9.889" x 21". PDF files are the preferred format for ad submission. Camera ready-art should be produced 1/8" short of actual depth (e.g., An ad billed at 4 columns x 10" in depth should be produced for publication at 4 columns x 9 7/8"). You may send your ad electronically via FTP, through e-mail (ads@idsnews.com) or on disc. Call or e-mail the IDS for the electronic ad submission information sheet.

1/4 page 3 col. x 10.5"

1/2 page 6 col. x 10.5"

More sizes available.

Depth Requirements for Display Ads Any ad exceeding 18 inches in depth will be billed at 21 inches.


ONLINE AD RATES

TERMS & POLICIES

Ask for price/spec sheet.

Terms of Payment

A variety of online advertising options exist including but not limited to leaderboards, medium rectangles, wide skyscrapers, horizontal banners and skyboxes.

The IDS understands that you want your invoice in a timely fashion with accurate billing information. If you have a question or there is a discrepancy with your invoice at any time, please contact our Accounting Department or Advertising Director as soon as possible.

COLOR RATES

All rates are noncommissionable, net rates.

MONTHLY PAGE VIEWS MORE THAN

10.7 MILLION MONTHLY UNIQUE VISITORS

MORE THAN 210,000 65,000+ unique users per month from Bloomington 105,000+ unique users per month from Indiana

American Express, Discover, Mastercard and Visa are accepted. Out-of-town and new advertising accounts must prepay for advertising until credit is established. All political, “closing” and “going out of business” advertising must be prepaid. Credit may be extended by completing a credit application. Please allow 30 days for approval. Advertising invoices and tear sheets are mailed on the last publication day of each month. Payment is due on the 10th of each month. All balances not paid in 30 days are subject to a finance charge of 1.5% per month (annual/percentage rate is 18%). A charge of $15.00 or 15% of the amount of the check (whichever is greater) will be assessed on any returned check.

Statistics are based on 2010-11 school year.

PREPRINTED INSERTS # of insert pages

CPM / Total Cost*

Special Publication Inserts

2-4

$82.67 / $1,240

$105.40 / $1,581

5-8

$86.80 / $1,302

$107.47 / $1,612

9-12

$93.00 / $1,395

call for prices

13-16*

$97.13 / $1,457

call for prices

ONE SPOT COLOR $160 per page

General Rate Policy The IDS may make rate changes, provided you are given at least 30 days in advance. In such an event, you may cancel a contract agreement without penalty if changes are not satisfactory. The IDS may offer special promotions not listed in the rate card.

Indiana Daily Student General Advertising Policies

FULL COLOR $450 per page

Per page discount on double-truck color on broadsheet ads available.

Color is an effective way to draw the reader’s eye to your ad. Full-color ads beat black-and-white ads for in-depth readership by

62%

.

Source: Newspaper Association of America, 2007.

All advertising is subject to approval by the IDS. * More than 16 pages add $7 CPM for every four additional pages.

Prices listed are based on the minimum circulation of 15,000. Please deliver 15,500.

Deadline Five business days prior to insertion. Minimum size 5” x 7” (exceptions may be made) Maximum size 10” x 11” Single-sheet glossy inserts larger than 10” x 11” in size must be folded in half. Folding of inserts constitutes additional pages. IDS Advertising must receive at least one complete copy of the insert for review of acceptability before shipment. The IDS is not responsible for the loss or cost of returning inserts shipped prior to notice of acceptance. Frequency discounts may be negotiated. Preprinted inserts having the appearance of news must be labeled on the front cover and on each page thereafter “Paid Advertising.”

Delivery Ship copies in cartons, preferably in bundles of 100 to 2,000 each (depending on the number of pages), to: IDS Inserts ∙ Herald Times 1900 S. Walnut St. ∙ Bloomington, IN 47401 H-T Shipping / Receiving Hours: Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The IDS makes every effort to produce error free ads; however, if an error should occur, please notify our sales office within three days of the error. Liability for any errors is limited to the cost of the space occupied by the error. All ad changes and cancellations must be made before the advertising deadline. Ads canceled after the deadline will be charged for two-thirds of the ad’s space. Advertising having the appearance of news must be labeled as “Paid Advertising.” All political and cause advertisements must carry the information required by law (e.g., Paid by Committee for Jane Doe, John Doe, Treasurer).

CIRCULATION Daily Circulation Monday through Friday 15,000

Summer Circulation Monday and Thursday 9,000

The IDS must have a signed model release from persons pictured in photographs submitted for publication. The IDS is not responsible for materials submitted for use unless given instructions for return delivery within 30 days. By having an advertisement printed in the IDS, the advertiser is purchasing space and circulation only. The advertiser assigns to the IDS all rights, title and interest to all layouts and original art produced by the IDS. The IDS will not knowingly accept any advertisement that is defamatory, promotes academic dishonesty, violates any federal, state or local laws or encourages discrimination against any individual or group on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, color, creed, religion, national origin or disability. Personal ads may contain first names and last initials only. The advertising management reserves the right to reject ads considered distasteful or defamatory. Classifieds of a business nature may not appear in the “Personal” classification. Proofs requiring changes initiated by the advertiser will be corrected with or without additional charge depending on the extensiveness of the revisions and the amount of typesetting and/or photographic work required. The advertiser assumes full liability for his/her advertisements and agrees to hold the IDS unaccountable for the content of all advertisements authorized for publication and any claims that may be made against the IDS.

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SPECIAL SECTIONS, PAGES & FEATURES Year Long 2011-2012 Health and Wellness Directory (print/online) idsnews.com/health Religious Services Directory (print/online) idsnews.com/religious Dining Directory (print/online) idsnews.com/dining Business Directory (online) idsnews.com/businessdirectory

SUMMER 2011

DEADLINE

Source (Campus Visitors Guide)

July 6

PUB DATE August 22

International Student Guide

Aug. 4

Aug. 16

FALL SEMESTER 2011

DEADLINE

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July 22

Aug. 18

Inside Magazine

Sept. 13

Oct. 11

Big Ten Conference Preview

Sept. 19

Sept. 30

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Oct. 12

Oct. 28

Housing & Living Guide

Oct. 20

Nov. 8

Housing Fair (event)

Nov. 9

Inside Magazine

Oct. 25

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IU Basketball Guide

Nov. 2

Nov. 16

Thanksgiving Week Edition

Nov. 16

Nov. 21-27

Best of Bloomington

Nov. 28

Dec. 1

Fall Finals/Dec. Grad. Edition

Dec. 7

Dec. 12-16

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DEADLINE

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Jan. 6-8

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Indiana Statesman Advertising Rates & Policies

2011-2012


ABOUT THE STATESMAN About Us

The Indiana Statesman was founded May 16, 1929, the same year that Indiana State Normal School became Indiana State Teachers College. The newspaper began in December 1879 as the State Normal News. In November 1895 the paper was first issued as the Normal Advance. The Indiana Statesman exists for four main reasons: • to provide the ISU community with news and information • to serve the campus as a public forum for students and reader comments • to offer student staff members chances to apply their skills inside of a news publication • to give students leadership opportunities The Indiana Statesman is conceived and managed by Indiana State University students, who gain practical experience as writers, editors, photographers, designers, and advertising salespersons. The students make all final decisions in regard to editorial and advertising content and design. The Indiana Statesman is published nearly 100 times each academic year during the fall and spring semesters. Four-thousand copies of The Statesman are distributed free to over 90 locations on and off campus.

Credit Policies

• The Indiana Statesman and indianastatesman.com extend credit as their option. • For the first ad insertion, a new advertiser must pay in advance (cash with copy), which earns a 5% discount. After the first ad, the advertiser can continue to earn a 5% discount by prepaying for ads. • Pre-payment is defined as: payment received before a scheduled ad runs. Any pre-payment agreement not fulfilled by the advertiser will be billed at the advertiser’s prevailing rate. • Accounts 60 or more days past due may be required to prepay for any future ads without the 5% discount, until the past-due amount is paid in full. • If past-due accounts are not paid the advertiser may be placed in collections. • Accounts that, in the opinion of the Indiana Statesman and indianastatesman.com are seriously past due may be prevented from advertising until their balance is paid in full. • Accounts with previous delinquencies may be required to pre-pay for future ads without the 5% discount until, in the opinion of the Indiana Statesman and indianastatesman.com, creditworthiness has been re-established.

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Acceptance Policies

• The Student Ad Manager makes the final decisions concerning acceptability of all advertising. • The Indiana Statesman and indianastatesman.com may reject advertising for any reason. • The failure to insert any ad shall not be considered a breach of any agreement, nor are the Indiana Statesman and indianastatesman.com liable for failure to insert any ad. • Ads must contain recognizable sponsorship. • The advertiser (or its agency) agrees to assume liability for all content of all ads printed and all claims made against the Indiana Statesman and indianastatesman.com on said advertising content. • The Indiana Statesman and indianastatesman.com reserve the right to place a border on all ads and will not publish ads upside down, sideways, or in any other manner not in keeping the traditional publication design. • Corrections: The Indiana Statesman and indianastatesman. com assume no responsibility for any error the publications did not cause. For errors they do cause, the publications are responsible for correcting and crediting only the portion of ad space in which the error occured, based on the publications’ discretion. • Publications are only responsible for the first incorrect insertion of an ad. • The Indiana Statesman and indianastatesman.com will not be bound by any agreements, promises, waivers, understandings or conditions not contained in this rate card or in a signed contract. • We will not knowingly accept advertising determined to be illegal.


THE IMPORTANT STUFF Contact Information

Accepting Advertisements

Hulman Memorial Student Union Indiana State University 812.237.3025

Advertisers can submit ads as a camera ready proof through a flash drive, compact disc, or e-mail to: ISU-statesmanads@mail.indstate.edu

Address for overnight and courier deliveries: HMSU 143 550 Chestnut St. Terre Haute, IN 47809 Student Advertising Manager ISU-statesmanads@mail.indstate.edu 812.237.4344

Camera ready ads must be submitted in a format compatible with Indiana Statesman equipment. File extentions include: TIFF, PSD, JPEG, GIFF, PDF, and EPS.

Advertising Production Manager ISU-statesmanproduction@mail.indstate.edu Asst. Director of Advertising marcy.shonk@indstate.edu 812.237.8242 Business Manager stacey.mccallister@indstate.edu 812.237.3024 Director of Student Publications rachel.mcclelland@indstate.edu 812.237.3028

Index

-Page 2About Us

-Page 3-

The Important Stuff

-Page 4 & 5Deadlines Monday Issues: 3pm Thursday Wednesday Issues: 3pm Monday Friday Issues: 3pm Wednesday Earlier deadlines are in effect for special sections. Please contact the Statesman for these dates.

Rates & Color

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More Options

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Map & Statistics

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Calendar & Special Issues

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RATES & SIZES Campus/Non-profit: Local: Regional: National:

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Campus/Non-profit: Local: Regional: National:

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Campus/Non-profit: $65 Local: $75 Regional: $100 National: $120

COLOR OPTIONS

Full-color - $160 Color ads have a greater impact than black and white ads!

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Spot-color - $70 red blue green cyan yellow magenta orange

Black & White No extra charge.

Research has shown that full color ads attain 62% higher retention than black and white ads and 40% higher than two color ads.


Campus/Non-profit: $60 Local: $75 Regional: $100 National: $120

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Ask your Ad Rep for Available Sizes!

Every issue: $20 12+ issues: $25 Less than 12: $40

DISCOUNTS Frequency Discounts

Two consecutive issues earns 5% off each ad. Three consecutive issues earns 10% off each ad. Four or more consecutive issues earns 15% off each ad. * Ads must be same size, no copy changes.

20/20 Discount

Advertise in the Indiana Statesman 20 times during the 2011-12 Academic Year and earn 20% off each ad! *With signed contract.

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SPECIAL OPTIONS Pre-printed Inserts

The Indiana Statesman offers its advertisers the opportunity to place preprinted inserts within its issues. *To be accepted, a copy of each insert must be submitted to the Student Ad Manager for approval two weeks prior to scheduled insertions.

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Tribune-Star Publishing 4675 E. Margaret Ave. Terre Haute, IN 47803

Full circulation of 4,000 at all times is required.

Online Advertising It is a great place to connect with current and prospective students, alumni, faculty, staff, and unlimited audience of online readers.

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1 month: $100 3 months: $225

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6 months: $400 12 months: $700

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Classifieds Business Ads: $7.00 (one liner ad for one issue)

Business Freq. Discount: $6.00 (same liner ad without changes in three or more consecutive issues)

ISU Campus: $5.00 *Rates are the first 20 words. Add 15¢ for each extra word. All classified ads MUST be prepaid.

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Ver tical B anner - 120 x 240

1 month: $100 3 months: $225

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6 months: $500 12 months: $900

• Headlines with liner ads 10-point bold - 25¢/line 12-point bold - 50¢/line • Bold or underline words - 10¢/word • Border - $1/issue • Big Greek Letters (3) or crest with liner ad $1/issue • Reverse text white with black background $4/issue.

ONLINE CLASSIFIEDS: (flat-rate, web-only features)

Animated icon - $2 Spotlight/Features ad - $2 Colored Background - $1 Colored type - $1

Link to your website - $1 Google map - $1 YouTube video - $1


WHO & WHERE?

Where our students come from (2009):

78.3% Indiana 17.1% Out-of-State

* ALLOY MEDIA+MAKETING/MORI RESEARCH COLLEGE NEWSPAPER AUDIENCE

4.6% Outside the U.S.

= Newsstands = Indiana Statesman Office (other locations throughout the community)

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PUBLICATION CALENDAR

Ye a r 2011-2012

September Football Preview - 9 Careers - 26

January Welcome Back - 11

October Homecoming - 10, 12, 14 Dining Guide - 24 Housing Guide - 31

February Valentineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day - 13 Housing and Living Guide - 17 Housing Fair - 22 Vote Haute - TBA

November MVC Basketball Preview - TBA Gamebook - 30

March MVC Tourney Preview - TBA

December Study Week 24/7s - 5 Grad Guide - 9

April Game Book - 23 Grad Guide - 27


2011 2012

Celebrating 90 Years of Tradition


SIZES & RATES

4. RIO Rate

3. Non-Profit & University Rate

2. Local Advertising Rate

1. National Advertising Rate

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1/8 Page „ 3 Col. x 4 (H) „ 1 Col. x 6 (V)

1/4 Page „ 3 Col. x 4 (H) „ 2 Col. x 6 (V)

1/2 Page „ 5 Col. x 5 (H) „ 3 Col. x 9 (V)

3/4 Page „ 5 Col. x 7 (H) „ 4 Col. x 9 (V)

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1. $550.00 2. $450.00 3. $375.00 4. $218.75

1. $792.00 2. $648.00 3. $540.00 4. $315.00

1. $1,045.00 2. $855.00 3. $712.50 4. $415.63

1. $2,090.00 2. $1,710.00 3. $1,425.00 4. $831.25

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1. $249.00 2. $201.00 3. $165.00 4. $105.00

1. $518.75 2. $418.75 3. $343.75 4. $218.75

1. $747.00 2. $603.00 3. $495.00 4. $315.00

1. $985.63 2. $795.63 3. $653.13 4. $415.63

1. $1,971.25 2. $1,591.25 3. $1,306.25 4. $831.25

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1. $117.60 2. $93.60 3. $75.60 4. $52.50

1. $235.20 2. $187.20 3. $151.20 4. $105.00

1. $490.00 2. $390.00 3. $315.00 4. $218.75

1. $705.60 2. $561.60 3. $453.60 4. $315.00

1. $931.00 2. $741.00 3. $598.50 4. $415.63

1. $1,862.00 2. $1,482.00 3. $1,197.00 4. $831.25

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1. $55.50 2. $43.50 3. $34.50 4. $26.25

1. $111.00 2. $87.00 3. $69.00 4. $52.50

1. $222.00 2. $174.00 3. $138.00 4. $105.00

1. $462.50 2. $362.50 3. $287.50 4. $218.75

1. $666.00 2. $522.00 3. $414.00 4. $315.00

1. $878.75 2. $688.75 3. $546.25 4. $415.63

1. $1,757.50 2. $1,377.50 3. $1,092.50 4. $831.25

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1. $52.50 2. $40.50 3. $31.50 4. $26.25

1. $105.00 2. $81.00 3. $63.00 4. $52.50

1. $210.00 2. $162.00 3. $126.00 4. $105.00

1. $437.50 2. $337.50 3. $262.50 4. $218.75

1. $630.00 2. $486.00 3. $378.00 4. $315.00

1. $831.25 2. $641.25 3. $498.75 4. $415.63

1. $1,662.50 2. $1,282.50 3. $997.50 4. $831.25

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1. $49.80 2. $37.80 3. $28.80 4. $26.25

1. $99.60 2. $75.60 3. $57.60 4. $52.50

1. $199.20 2. $151.20 3. $115.20 4. $105.00

1. $415.00 2. $315.00 3. $240.00 4. $218.75

1. $597.60 2. $453.60 3. $345.60 4. $315.00

1. $788.50 2. $598.50 3. $456.00 4. $415.63

1. $1,577.00 2. $1,197.00 3. $912.00 4. $831.25

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1. $94.50 2. $70.50 3. $52.50 4. $52.50

1. $189.00 2. $141.00 3. $105.00 4. $105.00

1. $393.75 2. $293.75 3. $218.75 4. $218.75

1. $567.00 2. $423.00 3. $315.00 4. $315.00

1. $748.13 2. $558.13 3. $415.63 4. $415.63

1. $1,496.25 2. $1,116.25 3. $831.25 4. $831.25

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1. $44.70 2. $32.70 3. $26.25 4. $26.25

1. $89.40 2. $65.40 3. $52.50 4. $52.50

1. $178.80 2. $130.80 3. $105.00 4. $105.00

1. $372.50 2. $272.50 3. $218.75 4. $218.75

1. $536.40 2. $392.40 3. $315.00 4. $315.00

1. $707.75 2. $517.75 3. $415.63 4. $415.63

1. $1415.50 2. $1,035.50 3. $831.25 4. $831.25

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1. $42.00 2. $30.00 3. $26.25 4. $26.25

1. $84.00 2. $60.00 3. $52.50 4. $52.50

1. $168.00 2. $120.00 3. $105.00 4. $105.00

1. $350.00 2. $250.00 3. $218.75 4. $218.75

1. $504.00 2. $360.00 3. $315.00 4. $315.00

1. $665.00 2. $475.00 3. $415.63 4. $415.63

1. $1,330.00 2. $950.00 3. $831.25 4. $831.25

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SPECIAL ADVERTISING Front Page

Puzzle Sponsorship

Surf Report

Special placement at the top of the front page is available Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The ad is „ „ 2.5 wide by 1.25 tall, and is sold on a semester long commitment.

Ka Leo recently launched a games page with Sudoku, Crosswords, Pathem, Mazes, and more for our readers. This is a highly read page, and has special placements sold on a semester long commitment.

Ka Leo does a Surf Report on the front page that is sponsored by a business for an entire semester on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday. „ Space is 5 columns by 1 tall, and has space for a logo and client information.

$65.00

$55.00

$55.00

$162.00

KA LEO OFFICE 2445 CAMPUS ROAD HEMENWAY HALL 107 HONOLULU, HI 96822 OFFICE 9A-5P / M-F 808.956.7043 (P) 808.956.9962 (F)

AD MANAGER 808.956.3210 ADVERTISING@KALEO.ORG

WWW.KALEO.ORG

L-Shape Page This ad is set u to utilize a right hand or left hang page surrounds the text in the middle. It is also page dominant and the only ad on the page.

$306.00

Triangle Page This ad is set up to draw special attention to the advertiser while having complete control over the page. Triangle ads are populat because the copy flows with the shape of the ad. $450.00

Inserts Pre-printed inserts are accepted upon prior approval. Inserts must „ „ be no larger than 8.5 x 11 and „ „ no smaller than 5 x 5 . Special requests may be handled with printer. Reservation is required 15 days prior. Inserts are required to be delievered 10 days prior. Minimum 10,000 inserts.

1-4 Pages / $75.00 cpm Each Additional 4 Pages / $5.00 cpm Folding Charge / $25.00 cpm

Goal Post Page This ad is set for the center truck of the paper and surrounds the content in the center spread. It is the only ad on the two middle pages, and is a great alternative to buying a Double Truck. $612.00

ALL ADVERTISING INCLUDES FREE FULL COLOR AND FREE AD DESIGN!

* Please contact Advertising Manager prior to printing inserts. *Cost per 1,000 Inserts (cpm)

*Additional charges for special placement, request, and excessive design may be applied.


ONLINE ADVERTISING www.kaleo.org Ka Leo’s website offers its readers up-to-date news and links to popular websites, podcasts, slideshows, puzzle answers, and much more. Ka Leo’s website serves about 30,000 visitors each month and continues to grow in popularity. Advertisers can buy ad spots, sections, or run of site display ads.

CREATIVE SERVICES

Cost We sell advertising based on a flat weekly rate that will serve the most impressions to our target audience. Advertisers can buy specific ad sizes, or a website package, for our current website.

Rack Cards Ka Leo has updated its distribution racks, and has some great options for posters to be placed in high traffic areas around campus. We place posters on a weekly basis, Monday - Sunday in a special poster rack on campus.

Medium Rack . . . . . . . $75.00 Single Location $500.00 Per 10 Stands Large Rack . . . . . . . . . . $150.00 Single Location $400.00 Per 3 Stands

Logos, Posters, Flyers, & Photos Size

Website Package

Allows you to pick from any of the 3 ad sizes and place an ad in that size on either website for one (1) week. (Monday - Sunday)

Called run of sit advertising, buying a website consists of purchasing all three ad sizes to be run on all sections for one (1) week. (Monday - Sunday)

$20.00 Per Week

$40.00 Per Week

Ka Leo’s Creative Staff is here to help you with all your marketing needs, we can help you produce all your collateral to go with your marketing campaign. Please ask your Ad Team to see what we can do.

Cross College Promotions Cross CollegeatPromotions Ka Leo distributes UH M ‒anoa, but we can also help you reach other college markets Ka Leo distributes at UH M ‒anoa,within but weour cansystem. also help Other schools include Kapi‘olani Community College, you reach other college markets within our system. Leeward Community College, Honolulu Community Other schools include Kapi‘olani Community College, College, Community College,Community and UH Hilo. Leeward Windward Community College, Honolulu Ask your Ad Team to get your specifc pricing, andHilo. we College, Windward Community College, and UH will take care of the rest. Ask your Ad Team to get your specifc pricing, and we will take care of the rest.

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Quick Response Codes are a great way to link your print ads to online readership. We recommend that you link you link your ads with a code like the one below. This particular code refers right back to our website.

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Fall Housing Guide

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GENERAL INFORMATION Circulation Ka Leo is distributed free to more than 50 location throughout the UHM campus and surrounding businesses. 10,000 copies are printed every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during the Fall and Spring semesters. 10,000 copies are printed weekly on Wednesdays during the Summer session.

Contracts To qualify for a frequency discount, we must have a signed contract on file. All advertising is subject to acceptance by Ka Leo managers, and may be rejected if found to be unacceptable. All contracts are the responsibility of the advertiser to fulfill, we reserve the right to pro-rate for prior ads run in the event the contract is not fulfilled.

Tearsheets Full issues of Ka Leo are available free throughout campus. Should you require special tearsheets for your proof of publication, plese request them as you place your ad. Otherwise display advertising tearsheets are mailed at the end of each month with the invoice. Classified tearsheets or full issues should be requested when placing your order.

Payments All advertising must be paid for in advance (cash, check, Visa, MasterCard) unless credit has been established with the Board of Publications. Once credit has been established, pyment in full is due within 30 days of invoice date. All unpaid balances are subject to finance charge of 1.5% per month. Payment past 60 days may be subject to collection.

Space Reservation & Material Deadlines Retail & Classified Display Monday / Previous Monday, 4 p.m. Wednesday / Previous Wednesday, 4 p.m. Friday / Previous Friday, 4 p.m.

About Ka Leo

Subscriptions Annual subscriptions (102 issues) mailed first class every publication day is $85.00 or mailed weekly is $60.00. Semester subscriptions are also available (46 issues in the Fall, 45 in the Spring) mailed every publication day is $50.00, or mailed weekly is $35.00.

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Since 1922, Ka Leo O Hawai‘i has been serving the University of Hawai‘ i at M‒anoa campus. Ka Leo is student-run and provides readers with campus and lcoal news, feature stories, sports coverage, and more. Advertising in Ka Leo is an easy and effective way to reach a readership of more than 26,000 students, faculty, and staff. The team at Ka Leo Advertising is dedicated to serving your needs efficiently and professionally. We look forward to working on ad campaigns that will help your business

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All ads created by Ka Leo graphic designers are the rights of Ka Leo, and are not allowed to be used without prior permission for other promotions. all ads will be proofed to the client for review before being published, unless otherwised noted by the client.

Monthly Discretionary Spending by Students : $322.00 (WAUPM)

Camera Ready Display Monday / Previous Friday, 4 p.m. Wednesday / Previous Monday, 4 p.m. Friday / Previous Wednesday, 4 p.m. **Any advertisments submitted after the deadline will have to wait until the next publication date. Any ad materials submitted past deadline will incur a $10.00 charge.

Visit www.kaleo.org for additional information. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions that you may have. We appreciate your interest in advertising with Ka Leo!


2011-2012 Advertising Guide

Los Angeles Loyolan Advertising

Phone: 310-338-7509

Fax: 310-338-7887

Email: ads@theloyolan.com


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DETERMINING YOUR AD RATE To determine your ad rate, multiply the number of columns by the height (in inches)

5 columns x 7.75 inches

of your ad. Multiply that number by your column inch price. Ask one of our friendly sales representatives for more details.

Put Your Ad Online! We have reserved an exclusive spot on our Web site for your business. Our site is completely redesigned to relaunch in September 2011, and our new look promises to draw visitors — potential customers you

WE CAN ALSO HELP YOU WITH NEWSPAPER INSERTS AND ONLINE ADVERTISING!

L OS A NGELES L OYOLAN

Even better... you only pay for the number

Loyola Marymount University One LMU Drive Daum Hall, MS 8470 Los Angeles, California 90045

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DEMOGRAPHIC RIGHT FOR YOU? Loyola Marymount University, founded in 1911, is the largest Catholic university on the West Coast

A NATIONAL SURVEY OF COLLEGE STUDENTS FOUND THAT

82%

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5,797 undergraduate students and 1,961 graduate students attend LMU. LMU employs 1,669 faculty and staff members.

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of college students read

Source: Alloy Media + Marketing / MORI Research College Newspaper Audience Study, 2008

THE LOYOLAN WILL HELP YOU REACH A YOUNG, EDUCATED AUDIENCE WITH LEISEURE TIME AND DISPOSABLE INCOME.

UNDERGRADUATES

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YOU CAN REACH VIA THE LOYOLAN!

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Loyola Marymount University One LMU Drive Daum Hall, MS 8470 Los Angeles, California 90045 PHONE:

310.338.7509

FAX:

310.338.7887

EMAIL:

ads@theloyolan.com

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go out for entertainment (concerts, clubs, movies, events) at least once a month.

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Founded in 1916, the Mustang Daily has consistently produced award-winning editorial and advertising content.

Readership Readership 6,000

Daily Daily Circulation Circulation

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Our staff is dedicated to producing quality work that brings your business results.

70 2010–2011 CNBAM* Accomplishments

of students say they’ve been motivated to take action after seeing an ad in the Mustang Daily

Cal Poly students spend more than

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Best Online Media Kit Advertising Sales Staff of the Year

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Quarter Contract

Open Rates*

Minimum number of inches placed during contract period of 10 weeks.

$9.50 Local Rate Businesses in San Luis Obispo County $8.50 Campus Rate Other discounts do not apply $10.50 Non-Local Rate Businesses outside of San Luis Obispo County $8.50 Non-Profit Rate Other discounts do not apply $10.50 Political Rate Mandatory Pre-Payment

50-99"

$8.50 per column inch

100-199"

$8.00 per column inch

200" plus

$7.50 per column inch

Contract rates apply to local businesses only. When signing a quarter contract, receive 1 free color ad in contract period (when available).

Annual Contract

$12 National Rate Other discounts do not apply

Minimum number of inches placed during contract period of 30 weeks.

*price per column inch

Color Rates 31.5" Ad or Smaller

$100

32” Ad or Larger

$200

300-499"

$7.00 per column inch

500" plus

$6.50 per column inch

Contract rates apply to local businesses only. When signing a yearly contract, you also receive 3 free color ads in contract period (when available).

Popular ad sizes

11" X 21" 6 COL Paper Specifications & Column Structure

5 columns: 9.14"

Wednesday 5 p.m. Ads for Thursday’s paper must be ready to print

Tuesday 2 p.m. Ad size deadline for Thursday’s paper 5 p.m. Ads for Wednesday’s paper must be ready to print

4 columns: 7.28"

Monday 2 p.m. Ad size deadline for Wednesday’s paper 5 p.m. Ads for Tuesday’s paper must be ready to print

Rate X Total Column Inches

+ Color Option = Total Cost

3 columns: 5.42"

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Rates

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6 columns: 11"

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Quarter Page 3COL X 10.5"

Eighth Page 3COL X 5"

1 column: 1.69"

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Baseball hits the road to Long Beach. ARTS pg. 12

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

SLO Botanical Garden hosts sustainability social in this picture.

Article that is about Art stuff that will be awesome. ARTS pg. 7

Volume LXXV, Number 112

SO WHAT DO YOU THINKS ABOUT STUFF & THINGS?

Baseball hits the road to Long Beach. SPORTS

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

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INDEX

Opinions/Editorial...........9 News.............................1-5 Classifieds/Comics......10 Arts..............................6-8 Sports.......................11-12

•Also A. Person Agricultural Engineering Senior

Also check us out on Facebook & Twitter!

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Job Fair (Winter) 1.17.2012 Valentine’s Day 2.9 & 2.13, 2012 BEST FOR CAL POLY 2.17.2012 HOUSING FAIR 3.9.2012 BACK TO SCHOOL (spring) 3.26.2012 Job Fair (spring) 4.10.2012 Open HOuse 4.20.2012 ALCOHOL AWARENESS 5.16.2012 GRADUATION 6.4.2012

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$150.00 per color

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ADDITIONAL ADVERTISING OPTIONS F R ON T PAG E A D VE R TI S I NG Get the competitive advantage of having your advertisement seen first! These ads are premium placements that will gain the edge on competition and attention of your niche market.

ADVERTISEMENT TYPES Premier Double Truck » Ad folds from front to the back of the newspaper » The newspaper content will start on page 2 or 3 » Full-Color » Premium Placement

Front Page Banner » Ad will be placed at the bottom of the first page. » Full-Color » Premium Placement

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INSERTS (PRE-PRINTED) RATES 1-4 pages 5-8 pages

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ON LI N E A DVE R TISIN G Stand out digitally! The New University online offers a non-stop way to advertise 24-hours a day. Advertisements are not just on the homepage like other sites, but are also on each main section tab page. Advertisements will be seen on both New University websites for one price. Space for tiles is exclusive and limited!

Text Links

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$35.00

ADVERTISEMENT TYPES Tile Ad Medium Rectangle (300 x 250 pixels)

Full Banner (468 x 60 pixels)

$185.00

$185.00

Advertising rates are per month. Please submit artwork to newuadmgr@uci.edu on disk or provide the URL in which the artwork can be found. Artwork can be submitted as a JPEG or GIF (animation acceptable in GIF format). Advertisements may also be designed by our own graphic artists free of charge.

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important than ever! Promote most any type of service or product here with your available discounts and help the campus save more everyday.

When they cannot live on-campus, show them where to live off-campus. Highlight your living community in this section from apartments to homes and show that great OC living is just around the corner.

wellness

Help the campus stay healthy and well throughout the year. Let everyone know how to make their daily lives more positive and keep them feeling well by placing wellness products and services here. When students are not studying and faculty/staff are not working, show them what makes Irvine and Orange County great. Promote your business to gain an all-access pass to our diverse campus.


ADVERTISING POLICY 2011-2012 ADVER TISEMENT PLACEMENT Advertisement Submission: The preferred method for submitting display, online and/or specialized advertising (inserts) is to make advertisement space reservations to the Advertising Executive or your Advertising Representative via phone and/or email and email your advertisements to newuadmgr@uci.edu (or your respected representative). The preferred method for submitting all classified advertising is to make advertisement space reservations via phone and/or email and email your advertisements to newuclassifieds@uci.edu. Walk-ins are welcome. Ad copy may not be faxed. If mailing the advertisement, send CD to Attn: Advertising Manager, New University Newspaper – UCI, 3100 Gateway Commons, 3rd Floor, Irvine, CA 92697-4250 allowing for sufficient delivery time. No hard paper copies. No advertising material will be returned unless accompanied by specific instructions. Approval: All advertising is subject to acceptance by the Advertising Manager of the New University, who reserves the right to reject copy at his/her sole discretion any time prior to publication under any circumstance without reason. The New University reserves the right to refuse advertising containing obscene, racist, sexist, false/misleading claims or other inappropriate content. No advertisements will be accepted that discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, age, sex or physical handicap, but not limited to these. The New University does not allow specific types of products and services for advertising – please call for specific types. The New University has the right to edit content as deemed necessary in order to receive approval for print; approval will be granted from advertiser once changes have been made. Liability: The advertiser and/or agency agree to assume full and complete responsibility and liability for the content (including text, illustrations and copyrights) of any advertisements placed in the New University. Publishing: The New University will make all efforts to see that all advertising submitted is published as accepted by the New University and that all pre-printed inserts are distributed as ordered. The New University will not assume responsibility for any damages resulting from not doing so. No advertisement is accepted until published. Positioning: Ad space location/position is not guaranteed but can be requested to the Advertising Manager. Political Advertisements: Must conform to California campaign disclosure laws. These must show clear endorsement, i.e. “Paid for by (Candidate or Group).” All political-related advertisements will have placed upon them “Paid Advertisement” and other UC-related disclosures. Advertorials: Any advertisement that simulates news can be set in-body, but must carry the words “Paid Advertisement” and other UC-related disclosures at the top of the advertisement or the Advertising Manager will place it there after communicating to said party of doing so.

PREFERRED ADVER TISING FORMAT Formats allowed: PDF, EPS, TIFF, Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign files (include all fonts, graphics and related files). All fonts must be included or converted to outlines. All graphic files must be at least 300 dpi. For color advertisements, please save all artwork and photos in CMYK color mode. Email all camera-ready art to: newuart@uci.edu. Artwork may be sent via mail as well in addition to delivering it in person to the New University offices. Please contact the Advertising Manager with any questions or concerns. All changes made to artwork as requested to the New University will require a signature and/or written approval when finalized unless on the contingency that if approval is not given prior to the deadline, the advertisement will run-as is based on latest change.

RATES, CONTRAC TS, CANCELLATIONS AND PAYMENT TERMS All rates are net and are NOT commissionable. All rates are subject to change and will be given a 30-day notice if done so. Advertiser agrees to the Advertising Policy 2011-2012 with the New University once advertising is established either in contract and/or print/online submission, space reservation and once advertisement is published. Display Advertisements: Advertisers without a contract will be charged at the open rate and/or 1x frequency rate. A contract must be signed with the New University to receive all frequency discounts. Should an advertiser fail to fulfill the total inches or consecutive issues contracted within the specified time period, all advertising inches used will be charged back to the best earned frequency discount and the advertiser agrees to pay, at termination, the additional payment required for the short-rate fee assessed. Classified Advertisements: Boxed classifieds are on a prepayment basis only with all total advertisement costs being paid in-full prior to first publication. If the boxed classified advertisement must be cancelled, a one-week notification must be given in writing to the Advertising Manager and a refund will be given for advertising not completed. Name, address and phone number must be provided by all advertisers. Sales/Help Wanted ads must state commission versus salary percentage with additional requirements needed. Any classifieds deemed as a “scam” will be removed and no refund will be given. Verification of classified can be made if needed. Student Advertisements: Student classified and club/organization advertisements are on a prepayment basis only with all total advertisement costs being paid in-full prior to first publication. Online Advertisements: Online advertisements are charged on a monthly basis only. Text link advertisements are on a prepayment basis only with all total advertisement costs being paid in-full prior to first month of advertising. Three-month minimum is required for text links. Contact, company name, address, phone/fax number and email must be provided by all advertisers. Methods of Payment: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover; cash or checks made payable to ASUCI are accepted. There is a $25 charge for returned checks. All credit card payments must include name, company name, billing address, phone/fax, email, security code and expiration date and submit front/back copy of the credit card with valid identification. Terms: Terms: Payment of advertisement is due and payable in full within 30 days from receipt of invoice – Net 30-days. A credit card must be held on-file by all advertisers and will be charged if the Net 30 terms are not met, unless otherwise deemed unnecessary by the Advertising Manager. All prepaid advertising must be made prior to first publication or month if online. First-time advertisers must prepay all advertising to establish financial approval with newspaper. Billing is done on a weekly basis, but can be requested on a per-month basis. Accounts that are not paid after 90 days will be refused all further advertising until the past due amount is paid in-full with a credit card on file and/or other form of acceptable payment, as deemed by the Advertising Manager, to reinstate a good standing with the New University for further advertising. A credit card must be placed on-file if the advertisers has defaulted on the Terms at any point. Any accounts that go into collections or to a collection agency may be charged an additional 1.25% of the total advertising costs in collections for fees incurred. Advertiser agrees to pay all necessary costs of collection, including legal fees. In the event that suit is instituted to collect any amounts due, the advertiser promises to pay such additional sums as the Court may adjudge reasonable, as well as Attorney’s fees, in said suit. Prepayment: Prepayment discounts may be given but is to the sole discretion of the Advertising Manager. Tearsheets: Tearsheets and a full issue will be sent to all advertisers excluding classifieds, online and student advertising. Other Publications: If you wish to use an advertisement designed by our artists in a publication other than the New University, there is an extra $50 fee. You will receive the original artwork on a CD. Logo Design: Our designers can provide you with an effective logo at an affordable rate of $75. The logo will be used in your advertisement, plus you will receive all original artwork on a CD. Cancellation Fee: Display advertisements cancelled after deadline for publication are subject to a service charge of 50% the cost of the advertisement and will be removed from the publication. Inserts cancelled after deadline for publication will be charged the full amount of insertion and cost of returning any items. Communication must be made directly to the Advertising Executive(s).

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Errors in your advertisement must be brought to the attention of the Advertising Manager within 10 business days upon receipt of tearsheet to be eligible for a make-good advertisement. The New University’s liability, if any, will not exceed the original cost of the incorrect advertisement. Credit given for the first incorrect insertion only. The New University is not responsible for any incorrect insertions thereafter. The original copy and instructions must be clear and legible. The New University is not responsible for incorrect copy submitted by the advertiser. Adjustments will be based on how much the error detracts from the effectiveness of the total advertising message, as determined by the Advertising Manager. Our liability does not extend to advertisements after a proof has been approved. The New University is not responsible nor does it guarantee traffic, hits, or said business to advertiser’s company and/or cause; including agency placements. The advertiser and/or agency assumes full responsibility of advertising placement and all content placed within the advertisement itself as well as any concerns, complaints, and/or issues brought about in regards to the advertisement. M E M B ER OF:

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TableOfContents Niner Times Regular Issues

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Inserts

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Special Sections & Theme Pages

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Publication Calendar

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Discounts

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Circulation

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NinerOnline Web Advertising

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Niner TV

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Radio Free Charlotte

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Social Media

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Sponsorship Opportunities

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Advertising Policies

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Design by Sarah Jones Photos courtesy of Niner Media and Wade Bruton Statistics courtesy of re:fuel and Media Marketing


AboutUs Niner Media is UNC Charlotteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s official student media group.

Comprised of 5 student run departments Niner Media is proud to house the Niner Times, NinerOnline, Sanskrit Literary-Arts Magazine, Radio Free Charlotte and Media Marketing.

Advertising Sales 704-687-7144 704-687-7145 smpads@uncc.edu

Billing, Credit and Classifieds 704-687-7137 Ginny Jones Business Manager

Ad Production Team 704-687-7147 production@uncc.edu Fax: 704-687-7139

Media Marketing Director 704-687-7146 mktdirector@uncc.edu

Circulation Information 704-687-7136 Kelly Merges klmerges@uncc.edu

Marketing Advisor 704-687-7136 Kelly Merges klmerges@uncc.edu 2010-2011 Marketing Director Tim Gheen and Creative Director Sarah Jones collect four national awards from CNBAM.

Graphics & Production Coordinator 704-687-7138 Pete Hurdle dphurdle@uncc.edu

Media Marketing Awards National: College Newspaper Business and Advertising Managers Conference Business and Advertising Student Staff of the Year 2003, 2005, 2007 Best Newspaper Promotion Ad - Color 2011- 1st Place Best Special Section 2011- 2nd Place Best Newspaper Marketing/Promotion Plan 2011- 3rd Place Best Sales Incentive Program 2011- 1st Place Regional: Southern University Newspapers 2010 Best Print Ad - 1st Place Best Retail Print Ad - 2nd Place Most Effective Online House Ad - 3rd Place Best Rate Card - 3rd Place

UNC Charlotteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s total enrollment is over 25,000 students.

Student Niner Media UNC Charlotte Student Union - LL 9201 University City Blvd Charlotte, NC 28223 1


NinerTimes Encompassing the 49er spirit, the Niner Times is completely student run, serving as a training ground for all facets of the newspaper industry. It serves as the only and best advertising medium to reach more than 25,000 students and more than 1,600 faculty and staff members. It is distributed every Tuesday and Thursday during the fall and spring semesters to more than 60 locations both on and off campus.

Full Page 10.5”x 16.5”

3/4 Page 10.5”x 12.36”

1/2 Page H 10.5”x 8.18”

Color

B&W Free

1 Spot +$85

2 Spot +$170

Full Color +$250

Inserts 1/2 Page V 5.17”x 16.5”

1/4 Page V 5.17”x 8.18”

1/4 Page H 10.5”x 4.02”

Niner Times accepts preprinted inserts. Minimum size 4”x5”, maximum 10”x16”. Inserts must arrive ready 5 business days prior to publishing and conform to the following guidelines: A copy must be sent via mail, email, or fax to Niner Media, before sending inserts to the printer, and inserts with editorial content must be labeled as advertising. Cost Per Thousand

1-8 Pages 12-20 24-32 1/8 Page H 5.17”x 4.02”

1/8 Page V 2.5”x 8.18”

On Campus Rates

Full Page 3/4 Page 1/2 Page H 1/2 Page V 1/4 Page H (Jr) 1/4 Page V 1/8 Page H 1/8 Page V 1/16 Page

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1/16 Page 2.5”x 4.02”

Full Page 3/4 Page 1/2 Page H 1/2 Page V 1/4 Page H (Jr) 1/4 Page V 1/8 Page H 1/8 Page V 1/16 Page

7,000 3,500

Maximum number of inserts Minimum number of inserts

Local Rates

$500 375 250 250 140 140 70 70 35

$800 600 400 400 200 200 100 100 50

$90 95 100

National Rates

Full Page 3/4 Page 1/2 Page H 1/2 Page V 1/4 Page H (Jr) 1/4 Page V 1/8 Page H 1/8 Page V 1/16 Page

$1300 975 650 650 325 325 150 150 75

76% of all students have read their school’s newspaper in the past 30 days.


SpecialSections Throughout the school year and the summer, Niner Times produces several special section issues and includes a number of advertisement theme pages. The summer months feature 3 of our biggest and stand-alone special sections: Survival Guide, Parent Survival Guide, and Welcome Back. During the school year, the Basketball Preview and Housing Guide make their way onto stands inserted inside of regular issues of the Niner Times. Our various theme pages are featured advertisement sections on the back page of the newspaper.

Stand Alone Special Sections

Inserted Special Sections

Full Page 7.38”x 9.53”

1/2 Page H 7.38”x 4.71”

1/2 Page V 3.6”x 9.53”

1/4 Page 3.6”x 4.71”

Banner 7.38”x 2.3”

1/8 Page 3.6”x 2.3”

On Campus Rates

Full Page 1/2 Page H 1/2 Page V Banner 1/4 Page 1/8 Page

$250 150 150 80 80 40

Local Rates

Full Page 1/2 Page H 1/2 Page V Banner 1/4 Page 1/8 Page

$400 250 250 120 120 60

Full Page 10.25”x 11.25”

1/2 Page V 5.04”x 11.25”

1/4 Page 5.04”x 5.56”

On Campus Rates

Full Page 1/2 Page H 1/2 Page V 1/4 Page 1/8 Page

$350 210 210 120 60

Small 3.171 x 4.279 Medium 6.617 x 4.279 Large 10.064 x 4.279

$100 200 300

1/2 Page H 10.25”x 5.56”

1/8 Page 5.04”x 2.72”

Local Rates

Full Page 1/2 Page H 1/2 Page V 1/4 Page 1/8 Page

$480 300 300 160 85

Theme Pages The Niner Times features theme pages throughout the year. The theme pages are a group of advertisements that are featured in free full color on the back page of an issue. See the next page for theme page dates.

80% of UNC Charlotte students look through print advertising.

Bundle rate: buy ad space in 4 theme pages and get one free!

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Above: Atkins Library. Right Top: Niner Times staff during a meeting. Middle: Colvard Building. Bottom: Students enjoy reading their newspapers during a NM promotional event.

Frequency Discounts We reward our repeat customers! Purchase 5-9 ads for the semester and receive 5% off your total, 10-19 ads for 10% off, or 20+ ads for 20% off. Also, earn an additional 10% off your ad purchase by prepaying for your advertising. Includes web ads. Theme Page within Regular Issue 10/27 Halloween – 11/22 Holiday – 12/6 Graduation 2/14 Valentine’s Day – 5/1 Graduation

Stand Alone Special Section 8/19 Welcome Back – 5/1 Survival Guide – 5/1 Parent Survival Guide

Inserted Special Section 10/20 Basketball Preview (tentative) – 2/23 Housing Guide

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On average, each copy of the newspaper is read 3.2 times


Circulation Rack Locations

The Niner Times is distributed to over 60 locations both on and off campus. The map above displays our on campus coverage. We have stands in every residence hall and most academic buildings within the university. We also offer a number of off campus locations to extend the reach of our paper and your advertisement to the surrounding University City community. Off Campus Locations: 901 Place - Campus Edge - Flats at Mallard Creek - Flying Saucer - Grand Promenade Near Tryon/Harris - Gray’s Bookstore - Mecklenburg Regional Public Library - Picasso’s Sport Cafe - Tattooing U University Club - University Village - University Walk

Rack Posters Put your business front and center! Advertising with a poster on our newspaper racks is a guaranteed way to get your business noticed. With a large 17”x 21” full color poster, students will definitely see what you have to say! Printing is free of charge. Academic Buildings Fretwell- $450 per month Friday- $450 per month

Residence Halls Scott Hall- $350 per month Lynch Hall- $350 per month Sanford Hall- $350 per month Elm, Maple, Pine, Oak Halls- $250 per month

Nearly 80% of students use coupons or special offers.

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NinerOnline NinerOnline is your home for web journalism, blogs, multimedia and college-based television. NinerOnline is UNC Charlotte’s source of the latest in campus news and entertainment. With over 18,000 people visiting NinerOnline per month, NinerOnline is a hub for the UNC Charlotte community. NinerOnline hosts NinerTV, UNC Charlotte’s student run TV network, that will have seven shows up and running this school year. All NinerTV shows will be shown on Time Warner Cable Channel 22 beginning this fall. Web Advertising (Prices Per Month) Tile (300x250) Banner (728x90)

$350 500

NinerTV is growing at a rapid pace. It features 6 shows on YouTube and Time Warner Cable Channel 22, which currently reaches over 350,000 homes. Advertise or become a show sponsor for any of NinerTV’s shows. View all of our shows at www.youtube.com/UNCCNinerOnline.

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$200

Top: Belk Tower. Bottom: Erika Metzger filming a new episode of Niner News.

NinerOnline averages over 18,000 views per month.


RadioFreeCharlotte Radio Free Charlotte is UNC Charlotte’s official, online radio station. Online 24/7, the station digitally streams an edgy, indie/underground sound, with the mission of playing music found nowhere else in Charlotte. Besides showcasing new indie and electronic music, the station features on-air coverage of news, sports, arts, theatre, local events, and much more for UNC Charlotte and the surrounding university community.

Tune In 1. Live at rfc.uncc.edu 2. Search iTunes Radio for “Radio Free Charlotte, or find us in the College/University genre 3. On The Go with Tune In Radio’s free iPhone and Android Mobile App 4. Or use our new mobile website, just go to the url from your

phone: http://fb.me/qkgz99sg RFC On-Air Sponsorship: Broadcast your business to the college market 3 times a day, before programming. Monday-Friday for 2 weeks. For a complete list of programming please visit rfc.uncc.edu. Two week sponsorship

$100

RFC Website Advertising: Advertise your organization with a tile on rfc.uncc.edu. Monthly large tile (300x250 pixels)

$250

SocialMedia Follow Niner Media on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with all the great things we are doing: Niner Media UNC Charlotte Niner Media @UNCCmedia Niner Times Niner Times @NinerTimes

Top: Radio Free Charlotte DJ Rob Benjamin in action. Bottom: The Student Activity Center.

85% of US college students use Facebook.

NinerOnline nineronline.com NinerOnline.com @NinerOnline

Radio Free Charlotte RFC.uncc.edu Radio Free Charlotte @RadioFreeClt Sanskrit sanskrit.uncc.edu Sanskrit Literary-Arts Magazine Media Marketing Niner Media Marketing

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SponsorshipOpportunities Crossword & Sudoku What exactly do students do during their down time? They look to the Niner Times crossword and sudoku to pass the time. Get your business noticed in one of the special sponsorship placements available above and below our puzzles. Located near the edge of the page, the puzzles and puzzle sponsors are frequently clipped out and kept close at hand all day. Sudoku ad measures 5”x 1”. Crossword ad includes a top and bottom showcasing. Top ad measures 5”x 1” bottom measures 5”x 0.6”. 1 Month Sponsorship Sudoku Crossword

$100 150

The Student Union, home to Niner Media.

Tables Bring your business front and center, to the heart of our campus - the Student Union. You can man a table for a day in the Student Union where you can pass out information about your products and services. Your business will also be featured in an online ad starting two weeks prior to your arrival. $600

T-Shirts To promote our radio and online presence, we produce T-shirts which feature four advertisers on the back. Your business’s logo can appear on the back of 200 T-shirts to be handed out at events and worn by staff. Provide your logo and we do the rest at a cost of $250.

Need An Ad Designed? Our award winning production team will be happy to create an ad for you. Give us your information and we will design a top-notch print or web advertisement that meets your approval, free of charge! Email any questions about art work to production@uncc.edu

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Niner Media reaches more than just UNC Charlotte; we cover the University City area and beyond.


AdvertisingPolicies Display Deadlines One week prior to publication day, i.e.: space reservation and ad copy are due on Tuesday for the following Tuesday issue and Thursday for the following Thursday issue by 5 P.M. Any advertisements to be provided by the advertiser that are not received by the deadline will be considered cancelled, and will be billed as such. Electronic Submission Media Marketing prefers ads submitted in PDF format (make sure the “embed fonts” option is selected.) Use CMYK setting for all color. Ads sent by mail should be on CD and include a hard copy; no floppy disks, please. Proper display advertising resolution is 300 dpi. Therefore, we do not accept Publisher, Word, PowerPoint and other low resolution files. Detailed electronic submission guidelines may be obtained from your sales representative or by calling our production team at 704687-7147 or the graphics advisor at 704-687-7138. Ads can be emailed to production@uncc.edu Cancellation Retail advertising cancelled after the deadline will be charged at 50% of the cost of publishing the ad. Changes to advertisements after the deadline may not be possible. Tearsheets Display advertising tearsheets will be mailed to each advertiser after each issue date as proof of publication. Proofs Advertisers will receive a proof at least two business days before publication. Media Marketing is not liable for errors in original copy received from the advertiser or corrections/copy substitutions submitted after deadline. Deadline for corrections is noon the day prior to publication. Repeat and camera-ready ads will receive proofs only if requested.

Composition and Artwork Composition and artwork produced by Media Marketing becomes property of Student Niner Media and may only be used with written permission. Borders Media Marketing may place a border around ads. Rates All rates are net/non-commissionable. Refusal Media Marketing reserves the right to decline, discontinue or revise any advertisement. Ads found to be defamatory, lacking factual basis, misleading or false in nature may be rejected. Commercial advertisements that discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, familial status, national origin, handicap, age or sex will not be accepted. Media Marketing reserves the right to include “Paid Advertisement” in any ad. Make Goods In the event an advertisement runs containing an error that is clearly the fault of the newspaper and detracts from the advertising message, it is the advertiser’s responsibility to notify Media Marketing within 30 business days of the publication date in which the ad ran. After this period the newspaper is exempt from any liability due to error. Advertisers will be credited the proper amount for the portion of the ad in error. Credit and Billing Pre-payment is required for all advertisements unless the advertiser is approved for billing. Approved advertisers will be billed net 30. After 60 days past due, further advertisements will not be accepted. Accounts will be turned over to a collection agency when 90 days past due. Make checks payable to Student Media Marketing.

Left: Norm the Miner helps celebrate graduation. Middle: Hayes Baseball Stadium with Duke Hall. Right Top: A 49er basketball game in Halton Arena. Bottom: “Stake Your Claim” Pickaxe

70% of students have been motivated to take action by an ad they saw in their campus newspaper.

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Prices are shown in cost per thousand impressions (CPM) per 15 weeks.

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Classified and Text Links, are managed by CampusAve.com and CampusBlvd.com. To advertise visit www.nwmissourinews.com/classified.

TOWER Index Advertising Rates

CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES!

Home football game Inserts OPTION 1

2.4726â&#x20AC;? x 1.6104â&#x20AC;?

9.75â&#x20AC;? x 9.7886â&#x20AC;? 4.7917â&#x20AC;? x 9.7886â&#x20AC;? 4.8111â&#x20AC;? x 9.75â&#x20AC;? 4.7917â&#x20AC;? x 4.8118â&#x20AC;? 4.7917â&#x20AC;? x 2.3223â&#x20AC;?

Coupon insert OPTION 1 OPTION 2

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4.6915â&#x20AC;? x 4.1582â&#x20AC;? 4.6915â&#x20AC;? x 2.0444â&#x20AC;?

Directories OPTION 1 2.2637â&#x20AC;? x 2.1856â&#x20AC;?

Ad Racks OPTION 1 OPTION 2

Litho Silkscreen Embossed

17.375â&#x20AC;? x 15.75â&#x20AC;? 17.375â&#x20AC;? x 10â&#x20AC;?

Special Instructions: deluster laminiation with clear silkscreen on photos Paper Stock: 80# Gloss Number of Pages: 336

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AD SIZES FULL PAGE HALF PAGE VERTICAL HALF PAGE HORIZONTAL FOURTH PAGE EIGHTH PAGE

Surgery, Ultrasound, Dental Medicine, Pet Food

$ 250 $125 $125 $75 $30 8.3333â&#x20AC;? x 10.6667â&#x20AC;? 8.3333â&#x20AC;? x 5.2504â&#x20AC;? 4.0834â&#x20AC;? x 10.6667â&#x20AC;? 4.0834â&#x20AC;? x 5.25â&#x20AC;? 4.0834â&#x20AC;? x 2.5414â&#x20AC;?

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DISPLAY ADVERTISING Open Rate – $6.25 per column inch (PCI) Political ads are payable in advance, must conform to the Missouri campaign disclosure laws and must show clear endorsement. A 10% discount is offered for prepayment of ads by 5 p.m. the Wednesday before the Thursday paper is scheduled to run. Campus Rate – $4.25 per column inch (PCI) Available to Northwest Missouri State University departments, clubs and organizations.

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home football preview insert broadsheet wrap

Upcoming Publications

Sept. 1, 2011: Fall Sports Preview Oct. 20, 2011: Homecoming Guide April 2012: Tower Yearbook June 2012: New Student Guide

Advertising terms and policies 1. Advertisements may be placed at Northwest Missouri State University’s Student Media Advertising Office at Wells Hall #030, 800 University Drive, Maryville, MO 64468; by calling 660-562-1635 and an account executive will be assigned to service all advertising needs; or by e-mail, nwmadv@nwmissouri.edu by forwarding the ad and mailing the proper payment to the address above. Classified ads may be placed by phone, 660-562-1635; e-mail, nwmadv@nwmissouri.edu; or fax, 660-562-1521. Call 660-562-1635 for further advertising information, but no display advertisements will be accepted by telephone without written approval. 2. The Northwest Student Media Advertising Department can assist an advertiser with all advertising needs including design of the ad, a yearly ad plan, ideas for targeting ads, and ad co-op design. 3. Deadline for display advertisements and inserts is 5 p.m. the Thursday prior to publication. Deadline for classified advertisements is 5 p.m., Monday prior to publication. The advertising manager must receive one copy of the insert one week prior to publication for review. Ready-toinsert copies should arrive at the production plant at least four business days before publication. Send to NPG Printing Co., c/o Northwest Missourian, 1301 South 58th Street, St. Joseph, MO 64507. Full circulation is 4,000 copies. Campus-students only circulation is 2,000 copies. 4. All advertising is subject to acceptance by the advertising manager of Northwest Student Media, which reserves the right to reject copy at its sole discretion at any time prior to publication. 5. Northwest Student Media will not accept an advertisement that is libelous; untrue; promotes academic dishonesty; promotes irresponsible use of alcohol; violates any local, state or federal laws; or encourages discrimination against any individual or group on the basis of race, sex, age, creed, religion, national origin or disability. 6. Advertising using a person’s name, photograph or other likeness must be authorized to run by written consent of the person named or pictured.

7. Clear sponsorship must be shown on each ad. Advertising having the appearance of news must have the word “Advertisement” printed above and be bordered. 8. The advertiser and/or advertising agency assumes full and complete responsibility and liability for the content (including text representations, illustrations and copyrights) of all advertisements printed pursuant to the agreements, and shall indemnify and save Student Media at Northwest Missouri State University harmless against any demands, claims or liability. 9. Northwest Student Media will make all reasonable efforts to see that an advertisement is published as accepted, and that pre-printed inserts are distributed as ordered. However, Northwest Student Media will not be liable for any consequential damages resulting from failure to do so. 10. Advertisers and advertising agencies forwarding insertion orders which contain incorrect rates or conditions are hereby advised that an advertisement called for will be inserted and charged in accordance with the rates and terms of this contract and the Northwest Student Media Rate Card in effect at the time of publication and production. Failure to make an order correspond in price or terms will be regarded as a clerical error and the advertisement will be inserted without further notification. 11. Page position is not sold nor guaranteed. 12. Cancellation of advertising space is accepted until the deadline of space reservation. If an advertiser decides to pull an advertisement after placement has been guaranteed, the advertiser may pay up to 100 percent of the full cost of the advertisement. 13. Proofs will be delivered or sent via e-mail, upon advertiser’s request, for any ad submitted. Deadline for corrections is 2 p.m. the Tuesday prior to publication. 14. Northwest Student Media is not responsible for copy omission, typographical errors or any unintentional errors that may occur in advertisements other than to correct the error in the next issue. 15. Northwest Student Media will not consider adjustment of payment

for any advertisement involving typographical errors of erroneous insertion unless notice is given to the advertising manager within ten (10) days of receipt for the first monthly statement showing the charge in question. Northwest Student Media shall not be held liable for more than one incorrect insertion of any advertisement. 16. Invoices are delivered with a copy of the newspaper by an account executive every week or are mailed at the end of each month with a monthly statement, unless otherwise requested. 17. All statements and/or invoices for advertisements placed with Northwest Student Media are mailed at the end of each month and are due by the 15th day of the following month, unless otherwise requested. Each advertiser and advertising agency will be given a 919#, please include this number with your payment if you do not include the payment stub with your payment. Payments can be made using cash, check, or money order. Payments should be sent to: Cashiering Department, Northwest Missouri State University, 800 University Drive, Maryville, MO 64468-6001.Please note who the payment is for whether it be Northwest Student Media, Northwest Missourian, Tower Yearbook, KZLX 106.7, or KNWT Channel 8. 18. Payment of the full balance is required or the advertiser will pay a 1% per month finance fee on the remaining balance. 19. All new accounts will be required to pay in advance for one trimester (15 weeks) until credit is established. 20. All bar and tattoo establishments as well as politicians and political campaigns will be required to pay in advance. 21. A $25 fee will be charged to the advertiser for each returned check. 22. All accounts 90 days past due will be considered delinquent and will not be extended credit until a significant portion of the balance is paid to either Northwest Student Media, Northwest Missourian, Tower Yearbook, KZLX 106.7, or KNWT Channel 8. 23. Verbal agreements, promises or waivers of any nature not contained in Northwest Student Media Rate Card shall not be binding.

Color Rates Four-color $4 PCI (maximum charge $105) Two-color $3 PCI (maximum charge $80) One-color $2 PCI (maximum charge $60)

Display Ad Sizes and Total Prices Options FULL PAGE Four-color Two-color One-color Black & White

OPEN

CAMPUS

$709.93 $684.93 $664.93 $604.93

$516.35 $491.35 $471.35 $411.35

HALF PAGE Four-color Two-color One-color Black & White

$404.85 $379.85 $359.85 $299.85

$308.90 $283.90 $263.90 $203.90

FOURTH PAGE Four-color Two-color One-color Black & White

$284.94 $259.94 $237.51 $179.94

$227.34 $202.34 $179.91 $122.34

EIGHTH PAGE Four-color Two-color One-color Black & White

$144.96 $130.82 $116.68 $88.40

$116.66 $102.52 $88.38 $60.10

TWO BY FIVE Four-color Two-color One-color Black & White

$102.50 $92.50 $82.50 $62.50

$82.50 $72.50 $62.50 $42.50

BUSINESS CARD Four-color Two-color One-color Black & White

$41.00 $37.00 $33.00 $25.00

$33.00 $29.00 $25.00 $17.00

FRONT PAGE BANNER

AD FREQUENCY SAVINGS

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

(applicable only for 15 weeks) Not good with any other frequency discounts.

Four-color

25% - New Advertister Plan

$100.00

$4.25 for the first 25 words. $0.15 per word after the first 25 words.

5% - 2-4 runs 15% - 8-11 runs 25% - 20-28 runs

10% - 5-7 runs 20% - 12-19 runs

Guides & Previews FULL PAGE Four-color Two-color One-color Black & White

$447.50 $427.50 $407.50 $367.50

FOURTH PAGE One-color $113.50 Black & White $73.50

HALF PAGE Four-color Two-color One-color Black & White

$263.75 $243.75 $223.75 $183.75

EIGHTH PAGE One-color Black & White

$76.75 $36.75

INSERTS Weekly 1-4 pages 5-12 pages 14+ pages

SPONSORSHIPS $60 per 1,000 $100 per 1,000 $150 per 1,000

Home Football Game Previews 5 small ads

$100

Coupon - New Student Guide 1 coupon 2 coupons

$50 $100

AD RACKS Northwest Missourian distributes approximately 3,000 of its 4,000 newspapers to 56 locations on the Northwest campus and throughout the city of Maryville. Advertise your business on the 26 newspaper racks in academic buildings and residence halls across the campus. OPTION 1 $2,000/trimester OPTION 2 $1,500/trimester Prices include the cost to print the ads as well as placement on newspaper racks.

Athlete of the Week $2,000 for 28 issues Puzzles $100 (28 issues) or $50 (14 issues) Calendar of Events $100 (28 issues) or $50 (14 issues) Sports Statistics $100 (28 issues) or $50 (14 issues) NCAA Bracket $50 for 1 spot or $100 for 2 spots.

DIRECTORIES Weekly Church Directory $150 per school year. Monthly Retail & Automotive $100 per school year. Food & Entertainment $100 per school year. Wellness & Health $100 per school year.


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