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2013-2014 California State University, Long Beach

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Table of Contents Pg.1

About Daily 49er, About DIG Magazine

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Advertising Policy

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Display Rates Summary

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Open Display Rate and Sizes

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Alumni Display Rate and Sizes

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DIG Magazine Display Ad Rates and Sizes

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Classifieds Display Rate and Sizes

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Premium Page Advertising

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Publication Calendar

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Campus Demographics

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Bundles and Discounts

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Contact Information and Submissions

About the Daily 49er The Daily 49er has been the official newspaper of record for California State University, Long Beach since the opening of the school in 1949. The Daily 49er is distributed Monday though Thursday to 45 on-campus locations and 32 off-campus locations and is the best and most cost effective way to reach the 39,000-plus population of students, faculty and staff. We also offer more multimedia content on our website at www.daily49er.com, iTunesU, Facebook, MySpace, YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram. The Daily 49er is ready to help you with all your advertising needs. Our skilled account executives are trained to help you develop the most effective advertising campaign, within your budget, that will reach the campus market via print, online and social media. Our full-service design team is available to assist you with creative at no extra charge.

About DIG Magazine DIG Magazine is an independent monthly publication provided by and for Cal State Long Beach students. Each month DIG provides a variety of timely, in-depth news features reflective of the current campus culture. We feature a clean and edgy design, which reflects the creativity and insight upheld by writers, photographers, illustrators and everyone else involved in creating the publication. We also offer more multimedia content on our website at digmagonline.com. 1

Advertising Policy • Forty-Niner Publications consists of the Daily 49er newspaper, the Summer 49er, the Online Daily 49er, DIG Magazine and DIG Magazine Online. We reserve the right to accept or reject any advertisement within the pages of the aforementioned publications. The Forty-Niner board of publications reserves the right to decline, discontinue or revise any advertisement and to set the words “Paid Advertisement” above an ad. • Forty-Niner Publications reserves the right to refuse advertising content that does not meet with the Forty-Niner’s standards of acceptance. • The board of publications reserves the right to insert the name of an ad’s sponsor to the advertisement. • Samples of all mail order items must be available upon request of the advertising office. • Ads for political candidates or parties are not eligible for the campus rate and must bear the name and address of the sponsoring individual or organization. Such ads must be paid in advance. • The liability of the publisher or failure to publish an advertisement for any reason in the specified issue shall be limited to publishing the ad in a subsequent issue paid for by the advertising client. • The advertisement must be paid in advance unless credit has been established with Forty-Niner Publications and the advertiser’s account is current. • Publication of an advertisement does not constitute an agreement for continued publication. • Submission of an advertisement to a Forty-Niner Publication account does not constitute a commitment by Forty-Niner Publications to publish the advertisement. • Forty-Niner Publications will not accept any advertisements that contain X-rated pictures or language, including any advertisement that shows fullfrontal nudity. Forty-Niner Publications is unable to publish any *978 or *900 phone numbers (and similar World Wide Web sites) due to inability to investigate content. Forty-Niner Publications will not accept any advertisements for research assistance and/or term paper availability. • Advertising containing attacks of personal, sexist, racist, ethnic or religious nature will be rejected. • Advertising copy that subjugates either gender to an inferior role will be rejected. • The advertiser and/or advertising agency agrees to defend and indemnify the publisher against any and all liability, loss or expense arising from claims of libel, unfair competition, unfair trade practice, infringement of trademarks, trade names of patents, violations of rights of privacy and infringements of copyrights and proprietary rights resulting from the publication of the advertiser’s advertisements. 2


DISPLAY RATE

COST (per column inch)

Open Display Rate Monthly Frequency Rates (4 day min placement) Bulk Contract Rates/ per client (200” or more) Non-Profit Alumni Rate Summer Rates (net)

$12.00 9.00 8.00 7.00 7.50 7.50

DISPLAY RATE Banner Ad (center of page)

$300

Title Ad (right side)

200

DIG MAGAZINE

Discount cannot be used with non-profit, alumni, or summer rate.

SIZE

COST (Flat Rate)

Black & One Spot Color Each Additional Color Four Color Premium Page Charge

$150 150 500 100

$900 *500

HALF PAGE

450

*300

QUARTER PAGE

250

*150

EIGHTH PAGE

112

*72

Prices are listed as open display rates. *Non-profit and campus rates.

$45 55 70 85

Maximum Insert Size: 9” x 12”. Minimum Amount of Inserts: 6,000 per Issue Inserts must be delivered to our printer 7 days prior to insertion. Please call us to make arrangements. All inserts must have prior approval of Advertising Manager.

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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH

FALL SPORTS SPECIAL SECTION

CSU STUDENT TRUSTEES

Season previews, schedules, rosters and key games for women’s volleyball and men’s water polo

Waiving tuition for student trustees is justified

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OPINIONS, PAGE 4

www.Daily49er.com

Vol. LIX, Issue 623

Thursday, August 29, 2013

CSULB awarded $1.6 million for student success initiatives The funds came from a $17.1 million grant from the Chancellor’s Office. By Lucas McMaster Contributing Writer

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Cal State Long Beach has been awarded nearly $1.6 million through a Cal State University system-wide competitive grant program, according to Interim Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs David Dowell. Last spring, Gov. Jerry Brown and CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White agreed to set aside $17.1 million from the $125.1 million of additional funding provided in the state budget for the system. The $17.1 million set aside was designated for pro-

grams aimed at reducing the time it takes to graduate and achievement gaps, and increasing course completion rates, according to CSU Spokesman Eric Fallis. Each of the 23 campuses in the CSU system was asked to submit successful examples of these types of programs. Funding was then distributed based on the merit of each campus’ proposal for continuing and improving its programs, according to Fallis. CSULB received nearly 90 percent

of the amount requested in its proposal, Dowell said. The $1.6 million grant is being divided to address four different initiatives: low-completion-rate course redesign, electronic advising, undergraduate research programs and mentoring programs, according to Dowell. The low-completion-rate course redesign project will be spearheaded by Director of the Faculty Center for Professional Development Terre Allen.

A low-completion-rate course is any course in which 30 percent or more of the class typically either fails or withdraws. These courses tend to see similar completion rates at most universities and are widely considered to be difficult courses, Allen said via email. Allen said that she and her team will mainly be working with courses

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$9.50 per column inch

Classified Display (4 days min. payment)

8.50 per column inch

Classified Display (Semester rate)

7.50 per column inch COST Todd Johnson | daily 49er

1 Day 2-4 Days

$2.00 per line/per day 1.50 per line/per day 1.00 per line/per day

21 Days

.90 per line/per day

Semester Rate

.80 per line/per day

Bold

1.00 per line/per day

Prices for line ads are for consecutive runs. Breaks in runs will be charged one day rate.

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ASI looks to implement internal review system

Place an ad here!

By Kristine McGowan

The system will measure performance monthly.

Editor in Chief

Interim President Donald Para has a new view of the Brotman Hall fountain from his desk in the President’s Office this year. The former provost sat down with the Daily 49er to discuss the administration’s goals for Cal State Long Beach in 2013-14.

ASI President John Haberstroh announced at the 2013 Annual Convocation that a new ASI review system meant to increase the accountability of elected officials to their constituencies will begin this fall. “It’s a new standard of accountability, communication and values of student government,” Haberstroh said. The system will require all senators, executives, cabinet and commission members be reviewed on a monthly basis, according to ASI Chief of Staff Joseph Phillips.

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Interim President Donald Para says the university is more stable financially than it has been in years past.

Members of the Associated Students Inc. legislative and executive branches will soon be subjected to new performance reviews, though how the system will work has yet to be established.

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Five column = 10 1/4 inches

5-20 Days

Para talks plans for coming year

Four column = 8 1/8 inches

COST

Classified Display

LINE RATE

Daily 49er Advertising Sizes Phone Number: (562)985-7410 Fax Number: (562)985-1740

Open Display Rate = $12.00 per column inch One Spot Color = $150 (Flat Rate) Four Color = $500 (Flat Rate) * Frequency Rate (4 day minimum placement within 4 week period) $9.00 per column inch ** Bulk Rate (minimum 200 inches within a semester) $8.00 per column inch

Popular Sizes Full Page 5 col. x 15 ½” $960 per day * $720 per day ** $640 per day

2 col. x 2” $48 per day * $36 per day ** $32 per day

Greeking Out Students wishing to join a fraternity or sorority filled upper campus during Greek Week on Wednesday.

DISPLAY RATE

Three column = 6 1/16 inches

COST (per thousand)

Single Sheet 2-8 Pages 10-16 Pages 20+ Pages

COST

FULL PAGE

PRE-PRINT INSERT SIZE

Two column = 4 inches

COLOR RATE

COST (monthly)

One column = 1 7/8 inches

ONLINE 49ER

NEWSPAPER

California State University, Long Beach

5 col. x 4” $240 per day * $180 per day ** $160 per day

Half Page 5 col. x 8” $480 per day * $360 per day ** $320 per day

4 col. x 6” & 3 col. x 8” $288 per day * $216 per day ** $192 per day

2 col. x 6” & 3 col. x 4” $144 per day * $108 per day ** $96 per day

3 col. x 2” & 2 col. x 3” $72 per day * $54 per day ** $48 per day

Mechanical Requirements

Full Page: 5 columns x 15 ½ inches (77.5 column inches) Page Width: 5 columns Page Depth: 16 inches Column Widths: 1 column = 1 7/8 inches 2 columns = 4 inches 3 columns = 6 1/16 inches 4 columns = 8 1/8 inches 5 columns = 10 ¼ inches

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One column = 1 7/8 inches

California State University, Long Beach

Daily 49er Advertising Sizes

DIG Magazine Display Ad Rates

Phone Number: (562)985-7410 Fax Number: (562)985-1740

Phone Number: (562)985-7410 Fax Number: (562)985-1740

Alumni Display Rate = $7.50 per column inch

DIG Magazine is a monthly publication that explores a variety of subjects of interest to our campus. Space reservation deadline and copy deadline is 2 weeks prior to publication date.

Two column = 4 inches

Popular Sizes Full Page 5 col. x 15 ½”

Color is included in all ad rates. Half Page 5 col. x 8”

$300 per day

$600 per day Three column = 6 1/16 inches Four column = 8 1/8 inches Five column = 10 1/4 inches

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4 col. x 6” & 3 col. x 8”

FULL PAGE 7.5” x 10” $900 *$500

QUARTER PAGE 3.5” x 5” $225 *$150

HALF PAGE 7.5” x 5” $450 *$300

EIGHT PAGE 3.75” x 2.5” $112 *$72

$180 per day

2 col. x 2” 2 col. x 6” & 3 col. x 4”

$30 per day

5 col. x 4”

3 col. x 2” & 2 col. x 3”

$90 per day

$45 per day

$150 per day

Mechanical Requirements

Full Page: 5 columns x 15 ½ inches (77.5 column inches) Page Width: 5 columns Page Depth: 16 inches Column Widths: 1 column = 1 7/8 inches 2 columns = 4 inches 3 columns = 6 1/16 inches 4 columns = 8 1/8 inches 5 columns = 10 ¼ inches

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Daily 49er Classified Display Sizes Phone Number: (562)985-7410 Fax Number: (562)985-1740

* Frequency Rate (4 day minimum placement within 4 week period) **Semester Rate (Placement everyday during semester) 1x1 1.5” x 1”

$9.50 *$8.50 **$7.50

1x2 1.5” x 2”

$19 2x1 3.25” x 1” *$17 **$15

$57 2x3 3.25” x 3” *$51 **$45

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FALL SPORTS SPECIAL SECTION

CSU STUDENT TRUSTEES

Season previews, schedules, rosters and key games for women’s volleyball and men’s water polo

Waiving tuition for student trustees is justified

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OPINIONS, PAGE 4

www.Daily49er.com

Vol. LIX, Issue 623

Thursday, August 29, 2013

CSULB awarded $1.6 million for student success initiatives The funds came from a $17.1 million grant from the Chancellor’s Office.

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By Lucas McMaster Contributing Writer

Cal State Long Beach has been awarded nearly $1.6 million through a Cal State University system-wide competitive grant program, according to Interim Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs David Dowell. Last spring, Gov. Jerry Brown and CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White agreed to set aside $17.1 million from the $125.1 million of additional funding provided in the state budget for the system. The $17.1 million set aside was designated for pro-

grams aimed at reducing the time it takes to graduate and achievement gaps, and increasing course completion rates, according to CSU Spokesman Eric Fallis. Each of the 23 campuses in the CSU system was asked to submit successful examples of these types of programs. Funding was then distributed based on the merit of each campus’ proposal for continuing and improving its programs, according to Fallis. CSULB received nearly 90 percent

of the amount requested in its proposal, Dowell said. The $1.6 million grant is being divided to address four different initiatives: low-completion-rate course redesign, electronic advising, undergraduate research programs and mentoring programs, according to Dowell. The low-completion-rate course redesign project will be spearheaded by Director of the Faculty Center for Professional Development Terre Allen.

A low-completion-rate course is any course in which 30 percent or more of the class typically either fails or withdraws. These courses tend to see similar completion rates at most universities and are widely considered to be difficult courses, Allen said via email. Allen said that she and her team will mainly be working with courses

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Greeking Out Students wishing to join a fraternity or sorority filled upper campus during Greek Week on Wednesday.

1x4 1.5” x 4”

1x3 1.5” x 3”

$38 *$34 **$30

$28.50 *$25.50 **$22.50

$28.50 3x1 5” x 1” *$25.50 **$22.50 $57 3x2 5” x 2” *$51 **$45 Todd Johnson | daily 49er

Para talks plans for coming year

Place an ad here!

By Kristine McGowan

ALL CLASSIFIEDS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE NO REFUNDS

MINIMUM SIZE: 3 LINES

*NEW CLASSIFICATION LISTINGS ARE AVAILABLE. *PRICES ARE FOR CONSECUTIVE RUNS. BREAKS IN RUNS WILL BE CHARGED AT THE DAILY RATE PRICE

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RATE PER DAY: $2.00/line 1 day $1.50/line 2 – 4 days $1.00/line 5 – 20 days $0.90/line 21+ days $0.80/line semester rate Additional 1.00 charge for bold/per line per day.

ASI looks to implement internal review system The system will measure performance monthly.

Editor in Chief

Interim President Donald Para has a new view of the Brotman Hall fountain from his desk in the President’s Office this year. The former provost sat down with the Daily 49er to discuss the administration’s goals for Cal State Long Beach in 2013-14.

ASI President John Haberstroh announced at the 2013 Annual Convocation that a new ASI review system meant to increase the accountability of elected officials to their constituencies will begin this fall. “It’s a new standard of accountability, communication and values of student government,” Haberstroh said. The system will require all senators, executives, cabinet and commission members be reviewed on a monthly basis, according to ASI Chief of Staff Joseph Phillips.

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Interim President Donald Para says the university is more stable financially than it has been in years past.

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Campus Demographics

2013-2014 PUBLICATION CALENDAR: 6/2013 THROUGH 5/2014 JUNE 2013 MARCH 2014 SEPTEMBER 2013 DECEMBER 2013 T

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JULY 2013 T 2 9 16 23 30

W 3 10 17 24 31

TH 4 11 18 25

F 5 12 19 26

AUGUST 2013 T

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F 2 9 16 23 30

S 1 8 15 22 29

M 2 9 16 23 30

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W 4 11 18 25

TH 5 12 19 26

F 6 13 20 27

OCTOBER 2013

S 6 13 20 27

T 1 6 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 28 29

S 3 10 17 24 31

S

W 2 9 16 23 30

TH 3 10 17 24 31

F 4 11 18 25

S 7 14 21 28

S 1 8 15 22 29

M 2 9 16 23 30

T 3 10 17 24 31

S 5 12 19 26

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NOVEMBER 2013 M

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TH F 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29

S 2 9 16 23 30

W 4 11 18 25

F 6 13 20 27

JANUARY 2014

W 1 5 6 7 8 12 13 14 15 19 20 21 22 26 27 28 29 S

TH 5 12 19 26

TH 2 9 16 23 30

F 3 10 17 24 31

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Undergraduates:

30,931

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Graduates:

5,348

Faculty/Staff:

5,846

S 3 10 17 24 31

Gender

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APRIL 2014

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W 2 9 16 23 30

TH 3 10 17 24

F 4 11 18 25

MAY 2014 T

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Population

On-campus Residents: 2,375 Total:

42,125

Female 57.9% Male 42.1%

Age Average undergraduate age:

SPECIAL ISSUES INFORMATION FALL 2013-SPRING 2014 Special Issue

Issue Date

Space Deadline

Copy Deadline

FALL ISSUES 2013 “Surviving the Beach”

Mon. 8/19

8/14

8/14

“Life at the Beach”

Mon. 8/26

8/21

8/22

FALL FINALS

Thurs.12/12 12/10

12/10

SPRING ISSUES 2014 “Life at the Beach”

Tues. 1/21

1/15

1/15

SPRING FINALS

Mon. 5/12

5/6

5/7

GRADUATION

Wed. 5/21

5/15

5/15

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Circled dates indicate university campus closed Squared dates indicate Spring Break Publication dated in Bold Special Editions Information: Special editions indicated with shaded bursts. DIGMagazine is published monthly by Forty-Niner Publications and is on the stands the first Monday of every month during the academic year, except June, July & August and January. Advertising deadline for DIG Magazine is three weeks prior to publication date.

Daily Forty-Niner Forty-Niner Publications 1250 Bellflower Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90840 Fax: (562) 985-1740 * Ph:(562) 985-7410

Female 22.9 Male 22.9 Average graduate age: Female 30.9 Male 31.0

About Our Readers Monthly discretionary spending $334 per student. 76% of all students have read the newspaper in the last 7 days. Students who read the entire newspaper spend 14.1 minutes reading on average. Nearly 75% of all students read the advertisements. AM+M 2008 College Newspaper Audience Study

Demographic data as of February 26, 2013

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Daily 49er Contact Information

Bundles and Discounts Run 2 display ads during the same week and get the second ad

Run your advertisement in more than one of our four media platforms and receive great discounts. Chose between The Daily 49er, DIG, Daily 49er Online, and DIG Online.

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Repeat Advertising Discounts:

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The most effective way to make an impact on our readers is to repeatedly expose your advertisement in our publications. Run your ad consecutively over the school semester and save money on our bundle discounts.

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Eighth: $816 Quarter: $1632 Half: $2720 Full: $5270

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Add one-spot color for a flat rate of $150.

Editor in Chief

Advertising Manager

beverly.munson@csulb.edu

eicd49er@gmail.com

antonberner49@gmail.com

Phone: (562) 985-5736

(562) 985-7998

(562) 985-7410

Editorial Office: (562) 985-8000

Daily 49er Editorial Office:

SSPA 004B

Advertising & Business Office:

SSPA 010B

Classified Voice Line:

(562) 985-8001

Advertising Design - Macenzie LaBrosse advertisingd49er@gmail.com - (562) 985-5736

DIG Magazine Contact Information

Advertise in all 4 of our medias and receive 25% OFF your total cost.

Eighth: $432 Quarter: $864 Half: $1440 Full: $2880

General Manager

1250 Bellflower Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90840-4601

Multi-media discounts:

Black and White ads:

Anton Berner

Business Office: (562) 985-5736

(Daily 49er, DIG, Daily 49er Online, DIG Online)

Black and White ads:

Kristine McGowan

Fax: (562) 985-1740

50% OFF!

2 medias: 15% 3 medias: 20%

Beverly Munson

Beverly Munson

Vivian Gatica

General Manager

DIG Editor In Chief

beverly.munson@csulb.edu

digmageditor@gmail.com

Phone: (562) 985-5736

Phone (562) 985-7984

Fax: (562) 985-1740

Fax (562) 985-1740

1250 Bellflower Blvd SSPA 010B Long Beach, CA 90840-4601 DIG Magazine Editorial Office:

SSPA 030

Black and White ads:

Eighth: $1152 Quarter: $2304 Half: $3840 Full: $7440

Business & Advertising Office/Design Office Hours Fall and Spring Semester

Mon. - Thur., 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Summer Session

Mon. - Thur., 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Fall and Spring Semester

Mon. - Thur., 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Summer Session

Wed., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Submissions Forty-Niner Publications prefers advertisements to be submitted electronically. Ads may be emailed to us directly or supplied on a CD-ROM.

E-MAIL SUBMISSIONS

Please submit ads to advertisingd49er@ gmail.com with the following information: a) Your name, address and phone number b) A description of the ad, including its size and the name of the event or product you are advertising c)The date(s) that the ad is scheduled to run

FORMATS & SOFTWARE

Forty-Niner Publications operates on Macintosh computers. Although we can read most Windows formats, Mac files are preferred. PDF (Acrobat) files are preferred for submissions, however, we can also accept files from InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Microsoft Word. Files converted to TIFF or EPS formats will also reproduce. To uphold the reproduction quality of your ad, please refrain from sending Web file formats, like JPEG or GIF.

AD SIZES

Ads that are not built to the correct column widths will float in the space and be charged for the column space.

RESOLUTION

Photos for ads submitted electronically should be scanned at 300 dpi or higher to avoid pixellation problems.

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