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12                    Evaluation of Print MediaMcGraw-Hill/Irwin              © 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., All ...
Classifications of MagazinesBy Content                 By Size                              Large Consumer Magazines      ...
Advantages of Magazines    Selectivity    Reproduction Quality    Creative Flexibility    Permanence    Prestige    Recept...
Magazines are targeted to specific audiences
Special Magazine Features      Bleed Pages      Cover Positions      Inserts      Gate Folds      Island Halves
Disadvantages of Magazines    Costs    Limited Reach and Frequency    Long Lead Time    Clutter and Competition
Magazine Circulationand Readership  Circulation    Primary Circulation    Guaranteed Circulation    Controlled-circulation...
Audience Information and Research  Circulation Verification Services  – Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC)  – Business Publ...
SRDS Media Solutions provides informationon magazine for media planners
Factors determining magazine ad ratesCirculation of the magazineColorSize of the adPosition in the magazineSpecial mechani...
The Future of Magazines   Declining Ad Revenues   Stronger Editorial Platforms   Circulation Management   Cross-Magazine a...
Most magazines cannot survive withoutadvertising revenue
Newspaper Overview  The dominant advertising vehicle  Account for 22% of ad dollars  Over 1,400 daily papers in print  Dai...
Newspaper ClassificationsPublication Frequency   Size    Daily                      Standard    Weekly                    ...
Newspaper Advertising Display Ads   Local (mostly retail)   National or General Classified Ads   Small items arranged by t...
Advantages of Newspapers    Extensive Penetration    Flexibility    Geographic Selectivity    Reader Involvement, Acceptan...
Section Segmentation  Sports Section    Heavy (down-scale) male readership  Society Section    Heavy (mid-scale) female re...
Ads can be run in various sections of mostnewspapers
Newspaper Drawbacks   Production quality may be low   Short life span   Lack of selectivity   Clutter   Potential for poor...
Two Ways to Buy Newspaper Space    Agate Lines        Measuring 1/4" deep by 1 standard        column wide        A standa...
Rate TerminologyGeneral Rates      Preferred positionLocal Rates        Run-of-Paper (ROP)Flat Rates         Color ratesOp...
Unique Newspaper Features  Mass audience  Cross-section of population  Local geographic coverage  Wide range of content, s...
The Future of Newspapers   Competition from other media   Circulation management   Cross-media buys with other   newspaper...
Newspapers are trying to attract youngerreaders
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  1. 1. 12 Evaluation of Print MediaMcGraw-Hill/Irwin © 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. Classifications of MagazinesBy Content By Size Large Consumer Magazines Flat Farm Magazines Standard Business Magazines Small or Pocket Professional Group Magazines By Geography Industrial Magazines Local Trade Magazines Regional General Business National Magazines Health Care magazines
  3. 3. Advantages of Magazines Selectivity Reproduction Quality Creative Flexibility Permanence Prestige Receptivity, Involvement Services
  4. 4. Magazines are targeted to specific audiences
  5. 5. Special Magazine Features Bleed Pages Cover Positions Inserts Gate Folds Island Halves
  6. 6. Disadvantages of Magazines Costs Limited Reach and Frequency Long Lead Time Clutter and Competition
  7. 7. Magazine Circulationand Readership Circulation Primary Circulation Guaranteed Circulation Controlled-circulation Readership and Total Audience Pass-along readership Total audience (readers per copy X circulation)
  8. 8. Audience Information and Research Circulation Verification Services – Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) – Business Publications Audit SRDS Media Solutions Syndicated Audience Studies – Simmons Market Research Bureau – Mediamark Research Inc. (MRI)
  9. 9. SRDS Media Solutions provides informationon magazine for media planners
  10. 10. Factors determining magazine ad ratesCirculation of the magazineColorSize of the adPosition in the magazineSpecial mechanical or productionNumber and frequency of insertions
  11. 11. The Future of Magazines Declining Ad Revenues Stronger Editorial Platforms Circulation Management Cross-Magazine and Media Deals Database Marketing Advances in Technology Electronic Delivery Methods
  12. 12. Most magazines cannot survive withoutadvertising revenue
  13. 13. Newspaper Overview The dominant advertising vehicle Account for 22% of ad dollars Over 1,400 daily papers in print Daily circulation over 60 million Main community medium Local ads provide 85% of revenue
  14. 14. Newspaper ClassificationsPublication Frequency Size Daily Standard Weekly TabloidType Audience Type National Ethnic, religious Special-Audience Business, financial Supplements College
  15. 15. Newspaper Advertising Display Ads Local (mostly retail) National or General Classified Ads Small items arranged by topic Rates based in size, duration Classified display - combination Public Notices Legal notices - public reports Notices by people, organizations Printed Inserts Prepared separately by advertisers
  16. 16. Advantages of Newspapers Extensive Penetration Flexibility Geographic Selectivity Reader Involvement, Acceptance Services Offered
  17. 17. Section Segmentation Sports Section Heavy (down-scale) male readership Society Section Heavy (mid-scale) female readership Financial Section Appeals to the business reader Comic Section Heavy child/adolescent readership
  18. 18. Ads can be run in various sections of mostnewspapers
  19. 19. Newspaper Drawbacks Production quality may be low Short life span Lack of selectivity Clutter Potential for poor ad placement Maybe overlapping circulation
  20. 20. Two Ways to Buy Newspaper Space Agate Lines Measuring 1/4" deep by 1 standard column wide A standard column is usually 2" wide Column Inch Column inch is 1 inch deep by 1 column wide There are 14 agate lines per column inch
  21. 21. Rate TerminologyGeneral Rates Preferred positionLocal Rates Run-of-Paper (ROP)Flat Rates Color ratesOpen Rates Combination Rates
  22. 22. Unique Newspaper Features Mass audience Cross-section of population Local geographic coverage Wide range of content, subjects Selective readership by area Timely coverage, daily issues Readership concentrated in time
  23. 23. The Future of Newspapers Competition from other media Circulation management Cross-media buys with other newspapers and magazines Attracting and retaining readers
  24. 24. Newspapers are trying to attract youngerreaders
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