__MAIN_TEXT__

Page 1

MEDIA KIT 2021 No one reaches more people weekly in Loudoun County than

Loudoun Times-Mirror

PRINT

DIGITAL

70,000+ readers 44,000+ households

230,000 monthly unique users 600,000 monthly page views


We Deliver

Loudoun County The Loudoun Times-Mirror Circulation by Zone 20105 STONERIDGE.........................................2,719 20117 MIDDLEBURG........................................167 20132 PURCELLVILLE......................................2,399 20141 ROUND HILL..........................................1,390

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant for weekly preprint quantities.

20147 ASHBURN..............................................8,651 20148 BROADLANDS/ BRAMBLETON..............5,582 20152 SOUTH RIDING......................................1,034 20158 HAMILTON.............................................956 20164 STERLING PARK....................................219 20165 STERLING/ CASCADES..........................6,380 20166 STERLING/DULLES...............................354 20175 LEESBURG.............................................6,115 20176 LEESBURG.............................................7,315 20180 LOVETTSVILLE......................................731 MISCELLANEOUS ZIPS & MAIL...........................86 (Preprints not inserted into this zone)

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant at 703.777.1111 or advertising@loudountimes.com.


Loudoun County Demographic Profile

An estimated population of

413,538 making it Virginia’s third-most populous county.

Population ………….……..…….....413,538 Male……………..........…......................49.6%

Employment

Female……………...………...................50.4%

Median Age…………………..................36

Race/Ethnicity White………………..……….……............67.0%

Education

High School Graduate………….…....93.9%

Total employer establishments, 2018...................................10,847

Bachelor’s or Higher………..............61.3%

Total employment, 2018...165,167

Asian.................…………..……............20.3%

Computers

Black…………………………..……...........8.1%

Households with Computer….….........97.5%

Hispanic**..........................................13.9%

With High-Speed Connection…….......94.6%

Highest median household income of any county in the U.S.

Households ….…....……….….....128,637

Ownership Rate………….…...............78.0%

Median Home Value………...............$508,100

Median Household Income.............$142,299

Total employment annual payroll, 2018..............10,056,288

Median Travel Time to Work

34.5 minutes

SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census (American Factfinder-Quick Facts - https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/fact/table/loudouncountyvirginia,US/INC110219) **Hispanics may be of any race, so also are included in applicable race categories.

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant at 703.777.1111 or advertising@loudountimes.com.


NEWSPAPERS Loudoun Times-Mirror

71.4%

Loudoun Now

37.7%

Washington Post

22.4%

Purcellville Gazette

14.7%

Readership How people get news in Loudoun County

Other 7.9% Blue Ridge Leader

5.2%

Patch.com 3.1% Connection 1.5% Wash. Bus. Journal

0.2%

Loudoun Times-Mirror is the

SOURCES OF INFORMATION

#1 SOURCE

Newspapers 64.8%

County website Word of mouth

53.3% 51.8%

Social media

41.7%

HOA newsletter

33.7%

Alert Loudoun

32.9%

Parks & Rec brochures

32.0%

Television 30.9% Radio 26.0% Libraries 24.4% BoS newsletter

17.8%

Pubic meetings

12.9%

Other 4.0% School board

1.2%

for county news.

ADVERTISER

SUCCESS STORY After advertising with the Loudoun Times Mirror....we needed to hire more staff. –Island Food to Go SOURCE: 2017 survey of Loudoun residents conducted by the University of Virginia for Loudoun County government.

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant at 703.777.1111 or advertising@loudountimes.com.


Print Advertising Specifications and deadlines

DEADLINES

Space reservations: 3 pm Monday Final ad approval: noon Wednesday

Distributed to over 44,000 households every month Loudoun Times-Mirror is published every Friday.

Take advantage of our frequency discounts Full Page 9.5 x 13.1 in $1,420

3/4 Vertical 7 x 13.1 in $1,210

3/4 Horizontal 9.5 x 9.8 in $1,210

Bonus 1/2 7 x 9.8 in $1,010

1/4 Horizontal 1/2 Vertical 4.67 x 6.5 in $490 4.67 x 13.1 in $830

Bonus 1/4 Horiz. $610 7 x 6.5 in

1/4 Vertical 2.25 x 13.1 in $490

1/2 Horizontal Bonus 1/4 Vertical 9.5 x 6.5 in $830 4.67 x 9.8 in $610

1/8 Vertical 2.25 x 6.5 in $290

1/8 Horizontal 4.67 x 3.1 in $290

Strip Ad (inside) $690 9.5 x 2 in

1/16 2.25 x 3.1 in $180

GET PREMIUM PLACEMENT WITH THE COVER STRIP AD (8.6 x 2 in) – $1,110

# of issues

12x

26x

52x

Full page

$1,070

$960

$820

3/4 page

$910

$820

$620

Bonus 1/2 page

$760

$680

$520

1/2 page

$630

$560

$430

Bonus 1/4 page

$460

$420

$320

1/4 page

$370

$330

$260

1/8 page

$220

$200

$160

1/16 page

$140

$130

$100

Rates are per ad, per issue. Rates are net and subject to change.

PICK UP DISCOUNT

25% (on open rate only) for ads run again (no changes) in the same month.

PREMIUM POSITIONS

15% premium for page 2, page 3, center spread, back page and any guaranteed positions. This charge

only guarantees the page you are on, not placement on the page.

MARKETPLACE CAROUSEL

All rates include $20 to be placed in our online Marketplace Carousel.

CONTRACTS

Must be fulfilled from the date signed within 52 consecutive weeks.

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant at 703.777.1111 or advertising@loudountimes.com.


Classified Advertising Specifications and deadlines

Space reservations: 3 pm Monday | Final ad approval: 5 pm Monday

DEADLINES

EVERY MONTH

Display/Employment $35 $21

Word Ads ($2 add’I for online) (20 words. 0.50 per word over)

$21

ABC License (2 week run]

$210 flat fee

Legals/Public Notices

$21

Special Announcements

$18

44,000 HOUSEHOLDS

CLASSIFIED CATEGORIES & RATES Private Party ($2 add’I for online)

DISTRIBUTED TO OVER

Obituaries/Memoriams $21 Print Plus**

$21 Flat Fee Ad rates are per column inch unless otherwise specified.

BUSINESS CARD & PLACES OF WORSHIP Business Card Directory*....$32 SIZES

1 block..................... 3.1” w x 1.5” h 2 block vertical..........3.1” w x 3” h 2 block horizontal..........6.3” w x 1.5” h

Places of Worship*............$21 3 block vertical........ 3.1” w 4.5” h 4 block vertical........ 6.3” w x 3” h 4 block horizontal.... 9.5” w x 1.5” h * Minimum of 4 week run.

FREQUENCY DISCOUNTS 6 weeks......................10%

26 weeks....................20%

12 weeks.....................15%

52 weeks....................25%

Signed print agreement required to receive discount.

Death notices are free. Information included in a free death notice: deceased’s name, age, date of birth, date of death, town, date, time and location of service.

ADVERTISER

SUCCESS STORY “I get more response from my ad in the Loudoun Times-Mirror than any other paper.” – Paul Jones, Owner

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant at 703.777.1111 or advertising@loudountimes.com.


Special Opportunities Preprints

CONTRACT DISCOUNTS UP TO 25% OFF – SIGNED CONTRACTS REQUIRED. WEEKLY QUANTITY

SINGLE SHEET

4-6 TAB PAGES

8-10 TAB PAGES

12-20 TAB 24-30 TAB PAGES PAGES

5,000 19,999

$49

$51

$53

$55

$74

20,000 +

$48

$50

$52

$54

$73

Prices featured are cost per thousand. Minimum 5,000 inserts. For special orders/ higher quantities, please contact your multimedia marketing consultant today.

DEADLINES SCHEDULING Inserts should be scheduled two weeks in advance.

Sticky Notes Full-Run | Full Color | Glossy

Front-page advertising that sells your products! Sticky notes on the front page of the newspaper grab the reader’s attention, instantly delivering the highest visibility and immediate impact. PRINT SIZE: 2.38” x 3” DEADLINE: Space reservation: 14 days prior Camera-ready materials: 10 days prior

DELIVERY Inserts should not be sent more than two weeks prior to insertion date. Inserts must be received the Friday prior to insertion date.

INSERT SIZE & SPECIFICATIONS • Minimum width/height............................ 7”x 5” • Maximum width/height.......................... 9” x 13” • Minimum weight for single-sheet flyers... 70 lb. Minimum number of newsprint pages: • 4-page broadsheet—must be quarter-folded. • 8-page tabloid—must be quarter-folded.

SHIPPING ADDRESS

Ship all inserts for publication to: Loudoun Times-Mirror 351 Ballenger Center Drive ı Frederick, MD 21703 ATTN: Morgan Beatty 240-215-8687 Monday – Friday, 8 am to 5 pm Inserts will only be received during these hours. (Holiday hours vary.)

One-Sided Stickies 25,000-49,999

50,000-99,999

100,000

$60

$55

$50

Two-Sided Stickies 25,000-49,999

50,000-99,999

100,000

$75

$70

$65

Die-Cut Shape Stickies 25,000-49,999

50,000-99,999

100,000

$100

$85

$75

Cost per thousand. Includes printing and placement. Minimum order is 25,000

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant at 703.777.1111 or advertising@loudountimes.com.


Reaching more than

Expand Your Reach

120,000 readers

Include The Frederick News-Post in your buy!

with our combined market package.

Loudoun Times-Mirror & The Frederick News-Post Full page

$2,179.50

1/2 page H

$1,104

1/2 page V

$1,104

1/4 page

$567

1/8 page H

$300

1/8 page V

$300

The Frederick New s-Post

SATURDAY-SUN DAY, SEPTEMBER

12-13 2020

fredericknewspos

New Combined Saturda y-Sunday edition

t.com Vol. 137 No. 299 4 sections

HOOD COLLEGE

$3.00

Operations resume after student COVID-19 case

Shelter-in-place orders most campus activit suspended ies for 72 hours

By KATRYNA PERERA

kperera@newspost.co m

| VOL. 221, VIRGINIA LEESBURG, D 1855 | | ESTABLISHE 5-11, 2020

Hood College a student tested has resumed operations week, which sentpositive for COVID-19 lateafter ter-in-place modethe entire campus into a last shelfor 72 hours. The college Sunday night issued the shelter-in-place edict required all and dents to staystuin It’s reminding their rooms until 7 a.m. Thursda everyone to y. During that time, be careful, to classes were held follow the online, and protocol. We dents were stu- certainly only expected it allowed to leave and we were prepare residence halls d to obtain meals from for it really in every way. the dining hall. Through conLAURIE WARD, tact tracing, done vice president for Marketin by employees and and Communicationsg students, the lege identified colquarantined 22 eight positive cases in total and individuals, accordin Ward, vice presiden t for Marketin g to Laurie munications at g and ComHood. The individu least 14 days, als will stay in quarantine for at and ue to be monitore their symptoms will contind. So far, no one hospitalized. has had to be

IMES.COM .LOUDOUNT 75¢ | WWW NO. 23 |

EST UNa R Y AnMCoID ong stand str ke ta UNrgIT unty ality , Loudou police brut JUNE

Add digital impressions for only $8 CPM

and Leesbu m, injusticementary 14, 15 against racis ge 12 | Com Covera

Members of the Maryland Sons of the first Community Staff photo by Bill Green Tribute to 9/11 that American Revolution color guard lead the was held Friday night in Memorial Park. procession at the start of Thurmon t’s

(See HOOD A5)

IN TRIBUTE

Ad Size Conversions LTM AD SIZE

COLUMNS SIZE

INCHES

FNP COLUMNS SIZE

INCHES

Full page

4

9.5 x 13.1

52.7

4

6.61 x 9.5

38

1/2 page H

4

9.5 x 6.5

26

4

6.61 x 4.7

19

1/2 page V

2

4.67 x 13.1

26.3

2

3.25 x 9.5

19

1/4 page

2

4.67 x 6.5

13

2

3.25 x 4.7

9.5

1/8 page H

2

4.67 x 3.1

6.3

2

3.25 x 2.5

5

1/8 page V

1

2.25 x 6.5

6.5

1

1.57 x 5

5

Community gathe rs for inaugural even t in Thurmont

By STEVE BOHNEL

sbohnel@newspost.co m

A

INSIDE

s the sun began to descend near Catoctin Mountai Q U.S. marks 9/11 n Friday evening, more anniversary at tributes shadowe people gathered than 100 d by virus, at Memorisee A8 al Park in Thurmon thousands of lives t to remember the Q Trump, Biden Those gathered lost 19 years ago. pay as part of a comrespects at Flight their munity tribute, 93 memorial, see A10 held and hosteda first-time event by the Thurmon ons Club. They were assisted by t LiAmerican Legion the Brass Ensemb le, Troop 270, local Post 168, Scout who played patriotic tunes througho Daughters and chapters of the George Bolling, ut. Revolution andSons of the American The Thurmont Lionspast president of the Gateway Club, credited its current presiden t, Susan Favorite,

for having the “vision” to help nize what they orgaannual event. hope will now be an Bolling’s memorie s of Sept. 11, 2001, are “very Bethany lived invivid.” His daughter New “Naturally, the York at the time. felt, ‘Is she safe?’” very first thing I day’s event. “Of he said before Fritragedy unfold course, I’m seeing a they turned theon television. Before was able to get cellular service off, I phone. That washer on the just flooded my marvelous, and it heart with joy she’s OK.” that “But then, you start worrying (See THURMONT A9)

American Legion com 9/11 with Gold Star memorates Legacy Run

By ERIKA RILEY

eriley@newspost.com

Staff

file photo by Bill Green Signs have been placed around the Hood College campus remindin g students to themselves from the spread of COVID-19protect .

Hood nursing students help with contact tracing

By KATRYNA

PERERA

kperera@newspost.c

demic canceled gion rides, Joe all American Lemade the day Nearly 40 motorcy all the Maryland Gladden, co-chair of cles arrived at ful for Gladden the more meaningGold Star Legacy the American and the rest of knew the show Legion Francis the had to go on. TheRun, riders. Friday marked Key Post 11 on Scott ride raises money Taney Avenue the 19th niversary of the afternoon, underne for the Friday Legion terrorist attacksanLegacy Scholars American ath an America killed nearly 3,000 that flag hung by the people. Independent Hosen tion, which provides hip Founda“It Company. children of veterans scholarships for in the was a day that changed my life way I view our The ride — the who died or became severely country, in the Gold Star Legacy way disabled I view the Run — was originall while on active duty. y schedule “So to be able world,” said Gladden. June. But when to The new weekend the COVID-19 d for raise money for ride this weekend to panfor Floyd the scholars e would ride hips ... just begin on Sept. Georg 11, which with the late in solidarity recently moved to (See LEGION march urg in A8) who Leesb

om

Six senior nursing students at Hood lege are putting their own school. their education to workColfor All have complet ed an online from Johns Hopkins certification Universi contact tracing for COVID-19. ty to conduct When the case, as they college encounters a positive did last week, deployed to make the students calls and connect with are dents, faculty and staff who stuinto contact with may have come the virus. Jennifer Cooper, assistant professo nursing at Hood, community publicteaches classes focusingr of on health. When was preparin the college g was asked if herfor the fall semester, Cooper students would sist. be able to as-

31 native r monument of the May a Louisiana derate soldie organizers Barksdale, of the Confe of the lead left, James September 11, at the foot bell was one Matter” signs. Lower (See COVID-19 2001, revealed fist was left Ron Camp A5) Lives heroism in ordina r of a raised Councilman upon to demon held “Black and a poste ry people who might strate the extent Leesburg Town Many demonstrators e Town Hall, E At top left, of their courag have gone throug e” sign outsid NIEL CLIN community. Books.............. e. — Geraldine h their lives never OS/NATHA ..................C3 and the black ia, holds an “I Can’t Breath Brooks Business.............. Dear Abby ROR PHOT called S .........................C .............B19 NEW TIMES-MIR northern Virgin 6 Fun Classifieds.............. Games OVED......C93 Obituarie ........................A1 .............. courthouse. ..........B8 Local& REM the S of TY Comics 2 Religion............... EE s s.............. Outdoor front ONAVIRU ............................ BEAT ............................ COMMITT

Good morning!

PRST STD

ECRWSS U.S. Postage PAID Dulles, VA 237 Permit No.

N N LOWDOW 4 LOUDOU DELAY FOR ANOTHER N. VIRGINIA , LOUDOUN

6 COR ITY .....A3 Commentary .............. .C5 Lotteries EQU .............. TAKE .......D1FROM Neighbors ........................... A2 BUSINESSESIS READY’ PLEDGE ...........D6 ‘LOUDOUN

............B5 Sports ..............D4 Pets ............................ ......D8 TV best................................B1 Real Life.............. bets .................... ...............C1 Yesterda C11 Real Estate .............. y .........................C ....... D10 2

77°/60° Weather, B14

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant at 703.777.1111 or advertising@loudountimes.com.


Reach Far Beyond Loudoun Reach more than 210,000 readers daily with combination packages as we extend your marketing into Virginia and West Virginia.

• Martinsburg - The Journal • Harrisonburg - Daily News-Record • The Winchester Star • The Frederick News-Post Loudoun Strasburg

• Loudoun Times-Mirror • Strasburg - Northern Virginia Daily Contact your marketing consultant for more information and what combination discounts are available to help you reach a tri-state area.

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant at 703.777.1111 or advertising@loudountimes.com.


Digital Advertising

LoudounTimes.com. Reach. Engage. Convert. 11K Unique Users Every Day

20K

12.5K User Sessions Every Day

Page Views Every Day

Ask about Audience Extension & Search Advertising. In addition to placing you on LoudounTimes.com, we can target your ads to reach specific audiences based on interest and behaviors anywhere on the web.

300x600

Run-of-Site (ROS) Rates - $10cpm package* (includes desktop, tablet and mobile) 300x250*

Leaderboard* 728x90 320x50*

Mechanicals: 970x90

• A ll ad sizes are in pixels • P referred file formats: JPEG or GIF • M aximum file size: 100kb

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant at 703.777.1111 or advertising@loudountimes.com.


Contests & Sweepstakes Stay in front of your customers and let us help you build brand awareness Discover different ways to engage your audience and grow your customers. •

ADVERTISER

SUCCESS STORY

Grow your email list and reach a broader audience by running sweepstakes and contests. One of the best ways to grow your email list and ensure that your messages are reaching the broadest possible audience is by running simple enter-to-win sweepstakes and contests where entrants can opt-in to receive emails from you.

 and contests encourage social sharing. The time • Sweepstakes and effort involved is minimal, so more people are going to enter – which is perfect for building up your customer database!  our audience will never get sick of them. • Y Everyone loves free stuff and a chance to win, so your audience is never going to get tired of your giveaways.  he Loudoun Times-Mirror promotes • T these for you! As part of your sponsorship, we promote the sweepstakes and contests through our print, online and social media resources.

WE CAN

CUSTOMIZE A CONTEST JUST FOR YOU! CONTACT US TODAY!

Although we are recognized as one of Northern Virginia’s top professional cleaning companies, we are a small business with limited marketing dollars. We decided to allocate a portion of our budget to print.  We have been advertising in the Loudoun Times Mirror for six months and are very happy we made that decision. We track every incoming call, and after our initial placement, we were very happy to hear our prospects say they saw our ad in the Loudoun Time-Mirror.  Our return on our advertising investment has exceeded our expectations.  

– Natasha Magrath, President/Owner You’ve Got Maids® of Northern Virginia

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant at 703.777.1111 or advertising@loudountimes.com.


2021

Special Publications ANNUALLY

Best of Loudoun The Loudoun Times-Mirror’s Best of Loudoun contest is an annual readers’ choice poll to select the best businesses and businesspeople in almost 200 categories.

LOUDOUNER

Promote your business to the more than 30,000 people who vote in each round for their favorites, as well as our print readers as we publish nominees, the top five in each category, and the winners.

Nomination Round

Top 5 Round

Winners Round

Fall 2021 for 2022 contest

RESERVATIONS February 2021

RESERVATIONS April 2021

PUBLISHES March 2021

PUBLISHES May 2021

SEPTEMBER

SPRING | FALL

Live It Leesburg

Loudoun Homes

Discover what Leesburg offers with this pictorial spotlighting county businesses

RESERVATIONS | 3/22 9/6

RESERVATIONS | 7/16 PUBLISHES | 9/10

Ask us about creating publications specifically Ask designed about to Loudouner market your business!

A glossy, color magazine that is about where you live, work and call HOME. It’s full of beautiful photography, and local articles about what makes Loudoun special. EXPANDED COVERAGE: Loudouner will be distributed through the newspaper, with extra copies to hotels, inns, restaurants, wineries, visitor centers and other high traffic locations.

PUBLISHES | 4/23 9/17

NOVEMBER

Holidays in Loudoun RESERVATIONS | 10/29

RESERVATIONS | 10/29

PUBLISHES | 11/24

PUBLISHES | 11/24

PUBLISHES

March ı June ı September ı November

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant at 703.777.1111 or advertising@loudountimes.com.


Native Advertising Does Your Business Have a Story to Tell? Market your content on LoudounTimes.com and in the Loudoun Times-Mirror.

Clicks through to full native article

Native Advertising Online Article | $799*

Online and Print | $1,299*

• On homepage 3 days • Evergreen on site 1 year • Includes writing and one edit • Photo gallery with article online • Identified as sponsored content

• Includes all features of online article • One-time publication in print (Recommended word count: 250 minimum, 550 maximum)

PLUS: Embed your video in the article | $50* • YouTube link preferred

Press Release Partner News Release | $199 per day • Press release published as submitted • Right rail on homepage

• Photo gallery with article • Online only

* All content is subject to publisher’s approval. Minimum turnaround for articles is 7 days; partner press release 2 days. For native, photography available for a surcharge; may increase turnaround time. Customer must supply photos for news release.

Advertisers spent over

$1.5 million marketing their content with newspapers in 2020.

23% promoted content through advertorials in print publications. –Borrell, Inc. 2020

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant at 703.777.1111 or advertising@loudountimes.com.


The Fine Print Policies, Procedures, Payment Requirements 1. Loudoun Times-Mirror reserves the right to edit, alter or omit any advertisement. (Position cannot be guaranteed. We will attempt to accommodate paidposition advertisers.) 2. Loudoun Times-Mirror shall assume liability for typographical errors only for the first insertion of an advertisement, and its liability shall not exceed the cost of the space occupied by the error. In no event shall the publisher be liable or responsible for errors that do not materially affect the value of the advertisement or for errors due to omission of material by the advertiser. Error adjustments shall be given in the form of either A) additional advertising space or B) cancellation of the charge or refund of any payment for the advertising space involved. Claims for adjustments must be made within 14 days of the publication. In the event of an error or omission, we will, if requested, furnish a letter of explanation, which can be used by the advertiser. Loudoun Times-Mirror shall not be

liable for slight changes or typographical errors that do not lessen the value of an advertisement.

the ad and the word ADVERTISEMENT set in capital letters in 10-to-12-point type above the rule.

3. The advertiser and/or advertising agency assumes all liability for advertisements published (including illustrations, texts, claims, etc.) and agrees to assume any, and all, responsibility for claims occurring against Loudoun Times-Mirror.

9. Loudoun Times-Mirror will not be held responsible for printed material left with us for longer than 30 days.

4. Advertising will be considered approved if corrections are not specified by 3 p.m. two days prior to publication.

10. All advertising material is subject to final approval by Loudoun Times-Mirror Advertising Acceptance Committee, the publisher or the advertising director.

5. Space cannot be sublet to others.

11. Credit applications are required for new accounts. Credit cannot be extended to accounts more than 30 days in arrears.

6. All bills are due and payable within 30 days upon receipt of statement.

12. Prepayment is required from all advertisers without approved credit.

7. Loudoun Times-Mirror reserves the right to revise advertising rates upon 30 days’ notice, and all contracts are subject to this revision.

13. Prepayment is required for all special/custom publications unless arrangements are made in advance with the advertising director. Prepayment is required for all events.

8. Ads that simulate news articles must be identified with a 6 point rule across the top of

14. Loudoun Times-Mirror reserves the right for any

advertisement that appears in the newspaper to also appear on digital or electronic media. PREPRINT POLICIES 1. Deadline for scheduling or canceling preprints is 10 days prior to the date of publication. 2. Deadline for delivery of preprints is eight days prior to the insertion date. 3. Preprints should arrive no sooner than two weeks prior to insertion. 4. Partial run (zoned) preprints are available. STICKY NOTE CONDITIONS FOR PUBLICATION 1. Selected run dates are guaranteed for full-run advertisers on a first-come, first-served basis. 2. In the event of major breaking news, Sticky Notes may be run on another day. The publisher of Loudoun Times-Mirror reserves the right to revise or reject in whole or in part any advertisement in the newspaper.

3. Artwork guidelines and templates are available. Ask your sales representative for details. 4. All orders are considered firm and cannot be canceled except on written authorization from Loudoun TimesMirror. A cancellation fee of $500, plus any accrued charges (artwork, proofs, and materials, etc.), will be charged to the customer. 5. When orders are printed to customer’s specifications, the purchaser agrees to assume any liability resulting from actions or demands brought against supplier for copyright infringement. 6. This order is governed by all terms and conditions outlined in Loudoun Times-Mirror’s current advertising policies. 7. A deposit of 50% is required before stickies will be printed. 6. Minimum order of 25,000.

Contact your multimedia marketing consultant at 703.777.1111 or advertising@loudountimes.com.

Profile for Frederick News-Post

Loudoun Times-Mirror 2021 Media Kit  

Loudoun Times-Mirror 2021 Media Kit