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GENERAL ADVERTISING

2012

PO Box 29 - 825 Edmond St. - St. Joseph, MO 64502 816.271.8500 - Fax 816.271.8696 • www.newspressnow.com

RATES

Effective January 1, 2012

Effective January 1, 2012


ST. JOSEPH

PO Box 29 - 825 Edmond St. - St. Joseph, MO 64502 816.271.8500 - Fax 816.271.8696 • www.newspressnow.com Daviess

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PO BOX 29 - 825 EDMOND ST. - ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI 64502 1.800.779.6397 - 816.271.8500 - FAX 816.271.8696 • www.newspressnow.com

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GENERAL ADVERTISING RATES Effective JANUARY 1, 2012

PERSONNEL

EDITOR AND PUBLISHER DAVID BRADLEY (816) 271-8502 david.bradley@newspressnow.com GENERAL MANAGER LEE SAWYER (816) 271-8601 lee.sawyer@newspressnow.com ADVERTISING DIRECTOR TIM WEDDLE (816) 271-8510 tim.weddle@newspressnow.com NATIONAL ADVERTISING MANAGER SUSAN WHITE (816) 271-8513 susan.white@newspressnow.com RETAIL ADVERTISING MANAGER TONY LUKE (816) 271-8636 tony.luke@newspressnow.com

REPRESENTATIVES Missouri Press Association

COMMISSION

15% commission on National advertising to recognized Advertising Agencies.

POLICY ALL CLASSIFICATIONS

60-day written notice given on any rate revision. Alcoholic beverage advertising accepted. NOTE: Rates based on 6-column format.

BLACK & WHITE RATES (Per column inch) Dailly (Monday - Saturday) ............. $54.47 Daily Pick-Up Rate** ........................ $32.68 Sunday ............................................... $60.19 **Pick-up rate applies to additional insertions of the same ad (no copy changes) within six days of the initial insertion. Pick-up ads must be ordered at the same time as the initial insertion. Sundays are excluded from pick-up

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MISSOURI

POSITION CHARGE

Additional 35% per column inch to the established rate.

BULK SPACE CONTRACT RATES 12 Month Advertising Volume Col. Inch Levels

Sunday

Daily Mon.-Sat.

Daily Pick-up

250 500 750 1,200 1,600 3,200 6,500 9,000 12,500 18,000 25,000 30,000 35,000

$53.37 $52.78 $52.24 $51.14 $49.51 $48.38 $47.29 $46.24 $45.11 $43.42 $41.25 $39.02 $35.80

$51.24 $50.74 $50.23 $49.19 $47.56 $46.51 $45.42 $44.37 $43.56 $41.79 $39.71 $37.62 $34.34

$28.18 $27.91 $27.63 $27.05 $26.16 $25.58 $24.98 $24.40 $23.96 $22.98 $21.84 $20.69 $18.89

CAP RATES (Per column inch) For advertisements containing two or more dealer listings. Daily (Monday - Saturday) ........................ $43.58 Daily Pick-Up Rate** .................................. $26.15 Sunday ............................................................ $48.15 • Contract rates available with signed contract in advance of published schedule; otherwise, open rates apply regardless of annual volume. • Any unfulfilled contracts will be short rated to the nearest rate level actually earned. • Any lower rate level earned will apply only for the additional space over and above contracted space. • Pick-up rate applies to additional insertions of the same ad (no copy changes). within six days of the initial insertion. Pick-up ads must be ordered at the same time as the initial insertion. Sundays are excluded from pick-up. • One-half of pick-up lineage counts toward contract fulfillment.

COLOR RATES AND DATA Up To Full Page (120”)

Single Issue Pick-up Rate** Black and One Color ....................................... $285 .............................................. $171 Black and Two Colors .................................... $505 .............................................. $303 Black and Three Colors ................................. $505 .............................................. $303 A double truck is billed as a single page plus a pick-up. Deadline is 24 hours in advance of the regular deadline. Available daily and Sunday.

SPLIT RUN — PREPRINT

The additional charge for a split run in a single issue is $100. Preprints will be alternated per bundle by machine unless received already prepared for insertion. Effective January 1, 2012


PO Box 29 - 825 Edmond St. - St. Joseph, MO 64502 816.271.8500 - Fax 816.271.8696 • www.newspressnow.com

SPECIAL DAYS/PAGES/FEATURES Automotive Best Food Day Business/Financial Employment Entertainment Health

11”x17”. The St. Joseph News-Press will not be responsible for material left for more than thirty days.

Saturday Wednesday Tuesday thru Sunday Sunday and Wednesday Friday Tuesday

Address for materials: National Advertising Manager St. Joseph News-Press 825 Edmond Street St. Joseph, Missouri 64501

SPECIAL SECTIONS AND EDITIONS Bridal Book Progress Edition Football Gift Guide

SPECIAL CLASSIFICATION/RATES

January March August/September November/December

R.O.P. DEPTH REQUIREMENTS

Advertising exceeding 18 inches deep per column will be charged the full column depth of 20 inches.

CONTRACT AND COPY REQUIREMENTS

The right is reserved to reject any copy or illustrations. The advertiser and/or agency shall designate the width in columns and exact depth in inches. The News-Press will publish and bill the advertisement in exact space ordered. Measurements is from cut-off rule to cut-off rule. The Publisher reserves the right to change the rates of contracts on 60 days written notice, in which event the advertiser may readjust his schedule without penalty if he desires. Advertisements accepted for the first page. Call for specific details. The receipt of orders shall be constructed by the Publisher as acceptance of all the conditions of the current rate card. The deadline for placing advertising is three working days prior to the date of publication. Sunday Diem section is 5 days in advance.

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Thursday 5:00 p.m.

Friday 4:00 p.m.

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Friday 5:00 p.m.

Monday 4:00 p.m.

Friday 5:00 p.m.

Monday 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday 4:00 p.m.

Monday 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday 4:00 p.m.

Tuesday 5:00 p.m. Tuesday 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday 5:00 p.m. Thursday 4:00 p.m. Wednesday 12 Noon Thursday 4:00 p.m.

Wednesday 5:00 p.m. Thursday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 5:00 p.m. Thursday 11:00 p.m.

Friday 11:00 a.m. Thursday 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday 5:00 p.m. Thursday 5:00 p.m. Tuesday 4:00 p.m. Tuesday 4:00 p.m.

Friday 4:00 p.m. Wednesday 4:00 p.m.

MECHANICAL MEASURMENTS REGULAR BROADSHEET & CLASSIFIED 1 Col ............................................................................. (1.610”) 9p8 2 Col ............................................................................. (3.340”) 20p 3 Col ........................................................................... (5.063”) 30p5 4 Col ........................................................................... (6.792”) 40p9 5 Col ........................................................................... (8.521”) 51p2 6 Col ........................................................................... (10.25”) 61p6 Full Pg .............................................................. (10.25”) 61p6 × 20” Double Truck ................................................ (21.25”) 127p6 × 20” (R.O.P. COLOR - SAME AS BLACK AND WHITE) MATERIALS We accept: email; CDs; AP AdSend: web Based Services such as Media Passage; FTP (call your sales rep. for information). Ad slicks or drawings must be smaller than Effective January 1, 2012

• Political: Political ads are charged at the general rate and must be paid for in advance. • Position Charges: Specified page or next to reading material will be charged an additional 35% per column inch. Minimum size for position requested is 4 column inches. Position advertising that is misplaced is charged the regular price for position used.

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JOSEPHINE: A publication of the St. Joseph News-Press with a focus on interest for women. Josephine is published on the last Tuesday of every month as part of the St. Joseph News-Press. Josephine is magazine size with modular ad sizes. Call for information pertaining to ad sizes, cost and deadlines.

CIRCULATION (Total Core Dist.) Daily: 27,095 Per copy

Sunday: 30,308 Daily $0.75 ............. Saturday $0.75 ............. Sunday $1.50

(Source: ABC Report 3/31/11)

St. Joseph News, Established 1876; Press, 1879; Gazette, 1845; News-Press/ Gazette, 1982, St. Joseph News-Press, 1992; News Services: Associated Press, Charter Members A.C. B. ; Members A.N.P.A., I.N.A.M.E., Inland Daily Press Assn., Midwest N.A.E.A., I.N.P.A., A.N.C.A., and Midwest C.M.A.

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newspressnow.com is an established branded extension of the St. Joseph NewsPress and is where younger, higher educated and affluent local consumers go to find the days top headlines, sports, entertainment and local information.

For information contact: Susan White, National Advertising Manager susan.white@newspressnow.com (816) 271-8513 Fax (816) 271-8696 Jess Christian, Interactive Media Sales Manager jess.christian@newspressnow.com (816) 271-8688 Fax (816) 271-8696 Page 3


PO Box 29 - 825 Edmond St. - St. Joseph, MO 64502 816.271.8500 - Fax 816.271.8696 • www.newspressnow.com

GENERAL PREPRINT RATES

TOTAL MARKET COVERAGE (TMC)

Every Wednesday the TMC Edition will be mailed to 23,100 non-subscribing households in St. Joseph and the surrounding area.

MINI-TABLOID SIZE PAGES (121 square inches or less) St. Joseph News-Press and TMC

PAGES

(1) CPM 5,000 to 9,999 Circulation

(2) CPM 10,000 to 19,999 Circulation

(3) CPM 20,000 to Full Circulation

(4) CPM Full Circulation

Single 4 6-8 10-12 14-16 18-20 22-24 26-28 30-32 34-36 38-40 42-44 46-48 50-52 54-56 58-60

$46.93 $52.63 $62.62 $74.58 $83.47 $90.18 $96.84 $100.91 $104.60 $109.28 $114.08 $116.40 $118.68 $121.07 $123.46 $127.85

$46.10 $51.71 $61.51 $73.25 $81.95 $88.50 $95.09 $98.88 $102.71 $107.28 $111.98 $114.29 $116.51 $118.86 $121.17 $125.50

$43.08 $50.47 $59.64 $71.22 $78.71 $85.15 $91.59 $96.21 $100.85 $105.22 $109.67 $111.91 $114.07 $116.39 $118.67 $121.83

$40.08 $49.26 $57.76 $69.12 $75.48 $81.81 $88.09 $93.55 $98.98 $103.16 $107.38 $109.53 $111.64 $113.92 $116.17 $118.17

Rates available for additional pages upon request. Mini-Tabloid pages equal to 32.25 column inches.

REGULAR AND TABLOID PAGES

2 reg/4** tab 4 reg/6-8 tab 6 reg/10-12 tab 8 reg/14-16 tab 10 reg/18-20 tab 12 reg/22-24 tab 14 reg/26-28 tab 16 reg/30-32 tab 18 reg/34-36 tab

(1) CPM 5,000 to 9,999 Circulation

$58.53 $80.89 $94.14 $98.34 $106.58 $110.98 $115.37 $119.39 $123.58

(2) CPM 10,000 to 19,999 Circulation

(3) CPM 20,000 to Full Circulation

(4) CPM Full Circulation

$57.43 $79.39 $92.45 $96.57 $104.69 $108.89 $113.30 $117.26 $121.33

$55.70 $79.41 $90.19 $94.51 $102.53 $106.61 $110.93 $114.79 $118.81

$53.97 $75.32 $87.93 $92.51 $100.36 $104.33 $107.64 $112.33 $116.30

FREQUENCY DISCOUNTS

Preprints inserted or separate sections printed by the St. Joseph News-Press in 52 weeks on a signed contract basis with a 20,000 minimum distribution. 10-14 Annually: 15-19 Annually: 20-24 Annually: 25-29 Annually: 30-34 Annually: 35-39 Annually: 40-44 Annually:

......................4% ......................5% ......................6% ......................7% ......................8% ......................9% ....................10%

45-49 Annually: ............................11% 50-54 Annually: ............................12% 55-59 Annually: ............................13% 60-64 Annually: ............................14% 65-69 Annually: ............................15% Over 70 Annually: ........................16%

*Single card includes an envelope, a card, a card with a flap, a card with two flaps, a card with attached post card or envelope. Flaps are not to exceed 3.5”. **4 Page Tab includes: 4 page, 4 page with a flap, 4 page with 2 flaps, 4 page with prestapled envelope or attached post card or envelope. Flaps are not to exceed 3.5”. ENVELOPE CONTAINING COUPONS: Single card rate plus $.50 per coupon per thousand. POLYBAG AND PRODUCT SAMPLE: Rates are available upon request.

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ZONING INFORMATION: Zoning is available seven days a week in the City Zone and Rural Zones. (1) (2) (3) (4)

CPM zoned Daily circulation from a minimum quantity of 5,000 to 9,999. CPM zoned Daily or Sunday circulation from 10,000 to 19,999. CPM zoned Daily or Sunday circulation from 20,000 to Full Circulation. CPM zoned full circulation for both Daily and Sunday distribution.

MINIMUM ZONED QUANTITIES:

Monday through Saturday............................................. 5,000 circulation Sundays and Holidays (Jan. 6 to Nov. 18) ...............15,000 circulation Sundays and Holidays (Nov. 25 to Dec. 30).............. 20,000 circulation Thanksgiving Day....................................................................Full circulation

MAXIMUM PREPRINT SIZES: Regular Page 11.5” x 22.0” Tabloid Page 11.5” x 12.0”

St. Joseph News-Press and TMC

PAGES

Rates for preprints to be inserted into the TMC will be the same CPM as the general preprint rates.

QUANTITY NEEDED FOR FULL CIRCULATION: Sunday.......................................................................................................... 31,000 Saturday....................................................................................................... 21,900 Daily.............................................................................................................. 27,600 News-Press TMC..................................................................................... 24,000

RESERVATIONS:

Should be made as soon as possible.

CLOSING DATES:

Preprinted inserts are due at the News-Press production facility no later than one week prior to insertion date Cancellation must be made two weeks in advance.

SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS Ship to:

Jennifer Moore, Packaging Services Manager St. Joseph News-Press 1301 S. 58th Street St. Joseph, MO 64507

Ship prepaid disposable skids, 39x49 in lifts of the printer’s convenience. Bundles are not to be tied, just strapped to the skid. Mail Room Phone: 816-271-8663 RECEIVING HOURS: Mon. - Fri., 7:00 am to 3:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. ADDITIONAL POLICIES: • Preprinted inserts are due at the News-Press production facility no later than one week prior to insertion date. • Single sheet inserts should be printed on minimum 70# paper. • Inserts requiring special handling due to printer damage, improper skidding or transportation damage may require an additional charge. • All preprinted inserts are subject to postal regulations and publisher policies.

Effective January 1, 2012


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