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MEDIA GUIDE 2010-2011

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2009-10 paper, staff win multiplicity of national, regional and state awards TAYLOR DUNGJEN THE NEWS RECORD

The News Record, which always has a strong showing in any contest it enters, won a recordnumber of awards during the 2009-10 production year. With a strong focus on producing an interactive, user-friendly website, the work of The News Record staff paid off with two second place website awards. The News Record received awards in “Best Website” from the Ohio Newspaper Association and the Society of Professional Journalists Region 4. At the Ohio Newspaper Association’s annual awards banquet, The News Record received a total of five awards: second best website, second best sports coverage, design, first place photojournalism and first place in editorial writing. 2009 was the first year The News Record entered the ONA’s competition. The News Record not only did incredibly well collectively, News Record editors and staff members won a multiplicity of individual awards.

The University of Cincinnati’s English department awarded college living and spotlight editor Jayna Barker, and editor-in-chief Taylor Dungjen, third-place awards in feature writing. Barker’s article was a spotlight for The News Record on the students in Engineers Without Borders and their work in Kenya to provide a remote village with clean drinking water. Dungjen’s article was a feature for the Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper The Oregonian written during her summer internship. Managing editor Kareem Elgazzar was awarded the outstanding news and editorial graduate; Dungjen was named overall outstanding journalism graduate. Other editors – Gin A. Ando, Ariel Cheung, Eamon Queeney and Lauren Justice – were all awarded individual scholarships from the journalism program. The News Record’s business department dominated the College Newspaper and Business Managers Association national awards in Los Angeles recieving five awards from the highlycompetitive national contest including the much-coveted Business Manager of the Year award for Sean Kardux. The business department also earned awards in display advertising, classifieds page design, online advertising and marketing materials. The News Record also received a “Best Service” award from the university’s student-run radio station Bearcast.

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DOING OUR PART TO TAKE THE BITE OUT OF Recession | THE NEWS RECORD

News Record showcases banner year for UC staff and readers As the 2009-10 academic year comes to a close at the University of Cincinnati, it provides a time to reflect on the highs and lows experienced by the UC community in a year that is sure to be remembered. New president named Gregory Williams was named the 27th president in the 191- year history of UC. Williams assumed the post Nov. 1, 2009, leaving his position as president of City College of New York to come to the Queen City. Williams came on board at UC during a turbulent time and was immediately faced with issues of budget constraints, rising tuition, funding athletics, negotiations with the faculty union, finding a replacement for Provost Anthony Perzigian and promoting diversity. He did climb on board the “Proudly Cincinnati” campaign and has become one of its staunchest and most vocal supporters. Williams also added some flavor to UC’s issue of diversity with his memoir “Life on the Color Line: The True Story of a White Boy Who Discovered He Was Black.” No sooner than he appeared on campus, Williams’ book appeared all over the UC bookstore in Tangeman University Center. The jury is still out so far on Williams’ effect on various issues facing the university, but it is certain that the next academic year will be a litmus test for UC’s new boss. Football team wins hearts INDEX

2 UC DEMOGRAPHICS 3 AD SIZES 4 READERSHIP/ CIRCULATION 5 DIScount RATES, INSERTS, STICKY NOTES 6 DISPLAY RATES 7 CLASSIFIEDs AND ONLINE ADVERTISING 8 PRODUCTION SCHEDULE CONTACT US:

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The UC football team made itself a household name throughout the country with its highoctane offense and perfect 12-0 regular season, highlighted by a second consecutive Big East championship. The team offered fans a thrilling look at its talent with three NFL draft picks (Mardy Gilyard, Tony Pike and Ricardo Mathews) and its compassion (adopting Mitch Stone and promoting “Mitch’s Mission”). Despite its Sugar Bowl loss to the University of Florida, the Bearcats provided a season of lasting memories and quarterback Zach Collaros offered bright hope for continued success on the gridiron. Brian Kelly breaks hearts The football team might have won hearts, but former UC coach Brian Kelly left it in pieces when he accepted the head coaching position at the University of Notre Dame Dec. 11, 2009. Kelly previously told UC players that he was staying in Cincinnati then decided to tell his players he was leaving right before the football team’s annual awards banquet — a call many felt to be in poor taste. Kelly immediately became an object of scorn in not only the UC community but also Cincinnati as a whole and remains so to this day. Bearcat fans eagerly await a date with the Fighting Irish on the football schedule in the near future to show the team’s spirit and talent by no means left with its former coach. Construction Continues ... The extreme makeover of UC’s campus

continues, as ground was broken in March on the new Jefferson Avenue Sports Complex. The complex will include a covered practice field for the football team. The project is set for completion in September and its $15.5 million price tag better live up to its“world-class” billing that UC is touting it to be. The construction didn’t stop there, however, as labs in Rieveschl Hall also received a facelift. All in all, it looks like the construction might end by the time the class of 2014 graduates. Faculty influx Faculty came and went this year at UC. Valerie Hardcastle, dean of the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences, was rumored to be leaving but remained. The College-Conservatory of Music received an interim dean. UC branch campuses Raymond Walters College and Clermont College found new deans. UC’s College of Business is hunting for a new dean and the university finally has four finalists vying to take over for retiring Provost Anthony Perzigian. Throw in negotiations with the UC’s American Association of University Professors faculty union and finding homes for displaced faculty from the Center for Access and Transition and you have a faculty situation at UC that seems large

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on turnover. How this will affect the university remains to be seen. Diversity Debates Diversity has been a buzzword on campus all year, but the university’s mission to increase diversity took two major hits. Undergraduate Student Government haggled over a diversity outreach bill that would have required at-large senators to work five hours per quarter with minority student groups. The bill was not passed but revised bills proposing a student diversity collaborative are still in the works. Aother blow was the closing of UC’s Center for Access and Transition. The center is being closed due to restructuring mandated by the Ohio Board of Regents, yet might cause minority student enrollment numbers to drop on Main Campus as access students are funneled to UC’s branch campuses. Best of UC UC students let their voices be heard when it came to voting on newsrecord.org for the best in 20 categories ranging from the Best Burger, Best Frat and Best Residence Hall. Voting showed that students love Adriatico’s New York Style Pizza, Penn Station, Ambar India Restaurant, Uncle Woody’s and Sigma Chi. Oh, and don’t forget Beelistic Tattoo and Chick-fil-A, too. Overall, it was a pleasant reminder of the eclectic atmosphere and culture available around campus

News Record business manager aces national contest taylor dungjen the news record

In a banner year of success for The News Record, one award highlights the hard work of a position that often goes unrecognized. The College Newspaper Business and Advertising Managers association awarded former News Record business manager Sean Kardux the coveted Business Manager of the Year Award at their 2010 national convention in Los Angeles. Kardux, who has worked in The News Record’s business department for three years, sees the award as recognition of the hard work and dedication of the entire business staff and the advertisers who make the publication possible. “To our clients, we aren’t a paper, we’re a partner,” Kardux said. In the three years Kardux has been at The News Record, he has helped make the paper an advertising dream for clients as the University of Cincinnati has gone through big changes. “It’s just so incredible down here at UC,” Kardux said. “We have a two-time Big East championship football team, the CollegeConservatory of Music, internationally recognized design programs and a school with a growing student population. This is an experience advertisers must not miss. Because Kardux helped to keep The News Record profitable in a time when the newspaper industry seems to keep losing money and has years of first-hand experience at the paper, he will stay at the paper in a full-time professional position. “I’m so excited to be hired as assistant director of student media,” Kardux said. “It’s an honor to be part of a team that gives so generously of their time, talent and resources for betterment here at our paper,UC and throughout the UC community.” Kardux will still focus on the business relationship at the paper.

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photographer-eamon queeny Sean kardux , seen here at his desk is excited to be able to continue to help the paper, UC and the community.

“Times are tough. If we’re going to get through this, it’s going to be together,” Kardux said. “Businesses that rely on us and the community that reads The News Record should take note that they have an advocate. My job is to keep prices low, value high, and to built not just our business, but yours as well. We are the best print and online vehicle for reaching the more than 39,000 students and 16,000 employees at the University of Cincinnati.”


U.C. DEMOGRAPHICS

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WHERE DO UC A STUDENTS SPENDS THEIR MONEY? HOW MUCH R E S T UDENT S PE ND ING ? after tuition and rent

of all students Total Spending 78% Power : $330 Billion use coupons or promo codes Discretionary : $74 Billion

37% 22.7%

9.7%

9.4%

8.8%

7.6%

4.2%

1.5%

*Source: AM + M (2009) College Newspaper Audience Study conducted by MORI research

FRESHMAN ENROLLMENT TOTAL UC POPULATION employees 16,747

students 39,667

4,718

56,414

STUDENT BODY STATS: . 45.5% Male / 54.5% Female . African American : 13.5% 3.,818 3.0% . Asian : 1,192 . Hispanic : 1.7% 664 . Average Age : 25.1

5,044 4,718 4,350 4,150

2007-2008

*Source: www.cincinnatichamber.com and www.uc.edu

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

*Source: www.uc.edu

TOTAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT 9

74% of all students are open to trying new brands that are on sale.

*Source: www.uc.edu


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READERSHIP & CIRCULATION

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The News Record provides a weekly circulation of more than 22,000 issues that are distributed to our 100+ newsstands on the University of Cincinnati’s Main Campus, Raymond Walters College, Clermont College, College of Applied Sciences, as well as stands located in and around local stores surrounding the campus. The News Record is a thrice-weekly publication that has a new issue on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday all throughout the academic year at the university. Issues

are freely distributed through our newsstands. Research conducted by Alloy Marketing show that 83 percent of college students read their student newspaper. Our award winning website, www.newsrecord.org, provides 24/7 coverage. Registration is free. Members receive breaking news updates in their inbox. 47 percent of our registered users are alumni.

Average Percentage of Students Who Read Each Publication Weekly 100% 89% 83%

75% of students read the advertisements in their school newspaper

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8% 5%

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*SOURCE: AM+M 2009 College Newspaper Audience Study conducted by MORI Research

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DISCOUNT RATES & SPECIAL ADS

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open rate DISCOUNT schedule

Column-Inches For

Number of Sized Ads for Contract Rates to Be Applied 1/16

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When you commit to a set number of column inches during a calendar year, your business earns a discounted advertising rate. If the set number of column inches is not completed by the contract’s expiration date, the advertiser is responsible for payment of the remaining column inches at the contract’s specified rate.

$9.00

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open rate DISCOUNT schedule Total Column-Inches Range

Net Contract Rate per Column-Inch

(Buy this many column inches)

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NEWSSTAND POSTERS

STRIP ADvertisement Your business can have a full color ad on The News Record’s front page for only $300. Strip ads run along the bottom of any page in the paper and are an inexpensive way to catch readers’ attention. Premier ads are available on editorial pages in black and white for $150, and full color ads on our sports page are only $250.

YOUR STRIP AD GOES HERE

Sticky ads are a great way to gain attention in an unprecedented way. They are Post-It sized stickers that are placed on the front page of The News Record. Front-page stickies can easily be peeled off of the page and used as a coupon, or carried around for future reference. Because of the coveted frontpage placement, stickers are sure ways to get your advertisement noticed by readers.

Actual Size

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Placing an insert is an easy and efficient way to promote your business or services. Inserts are individual sheets or pamphlets printed by the advertiser and placed in the midsection of each newspaper. Free standing inserts grab the reader’s attention easily and are ideal for presenting coupons and more information than would normally fit in a regular display ad. Inserts must be printed and ready to be placed into The News Record. They can be sent directly to our printing press and will be placed in our publication as it is being printed. The final folded size of all inserts must be no larger than 10 inches by 10.75 inches. Prices are net and do not include set-up, printing or delivery to loading dock. Please include date(s) of insertion with shipment.

FRONT PAGE STICKY

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Newsstand posters are a tried and true method of college advertising. The News Record is distributed at nearly 100 campus and off-campus locations on each production day. These newsstands, strategically placed in heavy traffic areas for students, display posters for advertisements. Newsstand posters are a quick, effective way to reach the public. They catch the eye of anyone picking up a copy of The News Record as well as any passersby, like a small billboard. $150/ month.


DISPLAY RATES

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BROADSHEET spot color: add

dimensions

$100

open rates

full page

10 x 21.5 in. 6 columns half page

10 x 10.75 in. 6 columns quarter page

4.9167 x 10.75 in. 3 columns eighth page

4.9167 x 5.375 in. 3 columns

$300

local rates

$1032.00

$1419.00

- see calendar for specific run dates OPEN LOCAL

tabloids are special issues

DIMENSIONS

$902.00 $451.00 $225.50 $112.75

double truck full page half page quarter page Page 4

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custom made sizes are available at the standard

twelveth page

3.222 x 5.375 in. 2 columns sixteenth page

4.197 x 2.6875 in. 3 columns

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column-inch rate

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$86.00

column-inch rates

national agencies... $11

FULL PAGE

$88.69

local companies...... $8

$64.50

HALF PAGE

MAKE YOUR AD STAND OUT WITH COLOR:

DISCOUNTS: uc groups & nonprofits call for special pricing.

BLACK & WHITE

SPOT COLOR

FULL COLOR

additional info

DEADLINES: two business days before

4 p.m. date.

for specified run

acceptable file types:

.pdf preffered for print. .tiff, .jpeg, .gif for web.

creative services are available for custom ad designs at a one time fee of

$40.00

SPECIAL ISSUE DESCRIPTION The News Record publishes special issues four times a year to shine a spotlight on different events, holidays, sales and new establishments that we feel will resonate with those in the University of Cincinnati community. These four issues have an even greater reach to the student, faculty and employee population than the regular editions, and are on the newsstands for a longer period of time. Special Issues are published as tabloids, as opposed to broadsheets, with lower advertising rates than our regular editions. The News Record has set themes for each of the four issues and has set themes for several regular broadsheet editions as well. We would like to encourage our advertisers to keep in mind the large impact these special issues will have when planning your campaign. Special discounts are available for advertisers that commit to placing an ad in each special issue. Call or email for details.

Welcome Back ISSUE: This special print edition serves to welcome returning students and staff back to the University of Cincinnati and to welcome incoming freshmen and transfers to our campus. It details all of the need-to-know information regarding our campus and it’s surrounding areas including restaurants, vendors, rental properties, and much more. Season’s Greeting issue: This special print edition serves to inform students and staff of the holiday activities and events that will be happening on campus and in the surrounding areas during the holiday season. It provides information on available experiences over break, and gives the vendors around Clifton a chance to showcase their products & services for the biggest shopping time of the year. The Season’s Greetings Issue will be published on December 6th.

March Madness ISSUE: This special print edition serves to cover every aspect of the NCAA Tournament. This will inform students and staff of the brackets, players, teams and everything else that goes into March Madness. This issue also gives special attention to spring break. The March Madness Issue will be published on March 14th. SUMMER Orientation issue: This special print edition serves as both a welcome to the incoming freshmen and a goodbye to our graduating seniors. This issue remains on the newsstands longer than any other issue because it is published in early June and stays on stands until we resume with the next school year. It also serves as a guide to students staying in the Clifton area over the summer by highlighting available events. The Summer Orientation Issue will be published on June 13th.

The News RecoRd welcome back! 2009

SEASON’S GREETINGS

SUMMER ORIENTATION

THE INDEPENDENT STUDENT NEWS ORGANIZATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI

Once a Bearcat,

alwayS a Bearcat Gregory williams chosen to become Uc’s 23rd president PaGe 4

MARCH MADNESS

Soccer: Bearcats fall to top-ranked Zips 11 Uconnect provides new e-mail services 25 Slacker Solutions: Zelda music 22

WELCOME BACK

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2010 FRESHMAN ORIENTATION

MULTIMEDIA ADVERTISING Multimedia advertising puts you ahead of the action. Your advertisement can be the forerunner to any of our photo sideshows or even the weekly headlines. Once your preferred multimedia is selected, your ad will stay in front of that video indefinitely. Links to the multimedia section as well as the most current addition will be featured on the front page of the website. Multimedia advertising is a quick and easy way to reach students, staff and alumni. Call 556-5900 or e-mail Newsrecordbiz@gmail.com for additional information.

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CLASSIFIEDS AND ONLINE

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

coverage that reaches well beyond the student body. Make it a combo and save! Order an Online Classified ad along with your Print Classified ad and receive a deep discount. Our Super Student Discount is available with valid UC ID. Good for students and UC student groups.

ONLINE CLASSIIED RATE

RAT E S

Weekly $25.00

Bi-Weekly $40.00

Monthly $75.00

CLASSIFIED PRINT + ONLINE Issues : 1,2 or 3 4,5 or 6 7.8 or 9 $0.60 per $0.50 per $0.40 per word word word +$10.00 for +$20.00 for +$30.00 for 7 days 14 days 21 days

Make it a Combo and Save!!

Online ads are a popular choice among advertisers. Enjoy 24/7 exposure to students, parents, and alumni that frequent The News Record web site daily. Online advertising is available in three sizes: The Banner ad runs across the top of the page and measures 468 x 60 pixels.

Quarterly $150.00

Box ads are located in the right justified column of the page and measure 300 x 250 pixels. Skyscraper ads are long ads running alongside the right side of the page, measuring 160 x 600 pixels. All online display advertising is $260 per month with discounts available.

BANNER: 468 X 60 (50% of Original Size)

10 + $0.30 per word +$35.00 for 30 days

SKYSCRAPER: 160 X 600 (50% of Original Size)

The News Record offers classified advertising in print and online. The News Record’s classifieds have a reputation of being the most trusted source for housing, jobs, cars, merchandise, services, announcements and more in the UC community and surrounding neighborhoods. With our Online Classifieds, advertisers enjoy 24/7

VERSION ONLINEONLINE ADVERTISING

*All classified must be prepaid. For more details contact our Çlassified Ad Manager at 513 556 5900. *Super Student Discount with valid UC ID. Good for students and UC Student Groups. * Graphics/Artwork for online classifieds must be submitted in PDF format.

47% of registered users are UC alumni and staff.

BOX: 300 X 250 (50% of Original Size)

“It’s positive. We reach the students through the wide distribution of The News Record.” —CHRISTY Christy’s and Lenhardt’s

The News Record production staff is able to provide ad designs, artwork, copywriting services and more to make your ad an attention-getter. Receive award winning design for a modest $40.00 fee.

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Text links increase a business’ PageRank. Each text link increases the page value for Google or other searches. Text links are text advertisements placed on The News Record web site that readers can click on to instantly access the

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advertiser’s desired web site. Text links are a simple and easy way to advertise to the students, staff, and parents visiting The News Record’s website. Call 556-5900 or e-mail newsrecordbiz@gmail.com for more information.


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2010-11 PRODUCTION SCHEDULE Production Dates

SE P T E M B E R 2010 O C T O B E R 2 0 1 0 S M T W H F S S M T W H F S

(09/13 - 09/17)

5 6 12 13 19 20 26 27

VETERANS DAY (11/11)

VOLLEY BALL BIG EAST TOURNAMENT

(11/19 - 11/21)

NEW YEAR

1 2 7 8 9 14 15 16 21 22 23 28 29 30

3 10 17 24

(01/10 - 01/14)

MARDI GRAS

(03/17)

SPRING BREAK (03/19 - 03/27)

MOTHER’S DAY (05/08)

MEMORIAL DAY (05/30)

25

7 14 21 28

N O V E M B E R 2010 D E C E M B E R 2 010 S M T W H F S S M T W H F S 1 7 8 14 15 21 22 28 29

2 9 16 23 30

3 4 10 11 17 18 24

5 6 12 13 19 20 26 27

JANUARY 2011 S M T W H F S 2 9 16 23 30

3 10 17 24 31

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 7 13 14 20 21 27 28

1 8 15 22 29

MARCH 2011 S M T W H F S

(03/08)

ST. PATRICKS DAY

18

3 4 5 6 10 11 12 13 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 27

1 2 8 9 15 16 22 23 29 30

6 7 13 14 20 21 27 28

1 8 15 22 29

2 3 9 10 16 17 23 24 30 31

4 5 11 12 18 19 25 26

MAY 2011 S M T W H F S

1 2 3 8 9 10 15 16 17 22 23 24 29 30 31

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

HOMECOMING GAME

(10/30)

PARENTS WEEKEND (10/22 - 10//24)

31

(01/01)

FRAT SORORITY RUSH WEEK

4 11

6 7 13 14 20 21 27 28

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

1 2 7 8 9 14 15 16 21 22 23 28 29 30

3 10 17 24

4 11 18 25

FEBRUARY 2011 S M T W H F S 1 6 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 28

2 3 9 10 16 17 23 24

4 5 11 12 18 19 25 26

APRIL 2011 S M T W H F S 3 10 17 24

2 8 9 15 16 22 23 29 30 1

WELCOME WEEK

Special Issues

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

HANNUKKAH

(12/02)

CHRISTMAS (12/25)

GROUNDHOG DAY (02/02)

VALENTINES DAY

(02/14)

GREEK WEEK (04/11 - 04/15)

EASTER

(03/24)

JUNE 2011 S M T W H F S 5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

1 2 7 8 9 14 15 16 21 22 23 28 29 30

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3 10 17 24

4 11 18 25

GRADUATION COMMENCEMENT

(06/10 - 06/11)


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