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  • 1. Border Security & Emergency Preparedness Geospatial Intelligence Forum Ground Combat Technology Military Advanced Education Military Information Technology Military Logistics Forum Military Medical & Veterans Affairs Forum Military Training Technology Navy Sea/Air PEO Forum Special Operations Technology Tactical ISR Technology U.S. Coast Guard Forum Who’s Who in DoD Better Serving Your Niche Audiences
  • 2. Introduction KMI Media Group was established in 1996 as Kerrigan Media International, Inc. by Jack and Conni Kerrigan. Jack worked for the Chicago Tribune, the Washington Post (as General Manager of Advertising) and as the founding Publisher of Defense News and Space News. Conni came from the travel and hospitality industry, working for Eastern Air Lines and corporate travel agencies in the DC area specializing in association meetings and events. Our Editor in Chief, Jeff McKaughan and Managing Editor, Harrison Donnelly joined the team in 2002. At that time we had three publications. Their expertise and experience were integral to launching the remaining 9 publications over the last 11 years. Each publication has its own editor, along with a dedicated Online Editor for our 12 websites. Our Art and Graphics Department is the best there is…creating interesting and eye- catching designs that showcase the leadership interviews and technology-driven editorial. Their combined years of experience show their creativity and dedication. Our Circulation staff works diligently each and every business day to ensure that our distribution is on target and there is little or no waste in delivery. They are led by a veteran who has the knowledge and insight to make sure our distribution lists reach the decision- makers and decision-influencers across all of the services, DoD and Congress. Our Advertising executives consistently work at providing the advertisers (their clients) with the right publication, the right issue, the right message…they are laser-focused on maximizing the message and reach for each client every time. To top it all off, our administrative support allows the team to do their jobs efficiently and with the latest information. We are driven to excellence by this experienced team of 32 professionals, dedicated to delivering the highest quality defense-related publications and websites. Focusing on key DoD and Congressional leadership tasked with funding, planning and acquisition decisions, we provide the information key to their visions, goals, needs and challenges. KMI Media Group 2
  • 3. Now more than ever, the best way to reach senior U.S. Military Leadership with quality, focus and cost effectiveness. KMI Media Group 3
  • 4. Educating the Hill staffers is vital to avoid last-minute misunderstood cuts in programs and products. Business development executives are experiencing more and more difficulty in reaching senior military leadership and their clients. Due to huge cuts, generals and colonels are not being authorized to travel to trade shows. Every Flag Officer and select Senior Executive Service Executives receive every copy of every KMI Media Group magazine and custom-published product. As a result of the VA and GSA conference scandals and new restrictive policies, there is a significant decline in military attendance at trade shows that is likely to continue into 2014. KMI Media Group has a massive footprint inside the Washington, DC, Beltway and all commands, with 90+ similarly formatted magazines and websites. KMI provides a trusted and focused platform for generals and senior DoD leaders to get their agenda across to: • Congress • The Pentagon • Their Peers • Their Commands • Related Community Reaching the U.S. Military Leadership and Congress with relevant, important, focused product and system information is more important than ever in 2014. KMI Media Group 4
  • 5. “The folks at KMI Media Group, and in particular, the staff of Military Logistics Forum, made me feel like a rock star … The issue was a tremendous opportunity to showcase [our agency’s] global presence. While I had the privilege of speaking on behalf of our 26,000 men and women stationed around the world working logistics issues day in and day out, I don’t forget for a moment that I’m merely the voice of their accomplishments and contributions to our warfighters …” [Acting Director, DoD Agency] “We cannot thank your team enough for going out of your way to ensure we received copies of the magazine at AUSA … Your product was our best selling item at the AUSA Annual Convention and a great way to get our story out to the masses … In fact we “sold out” of our stock of MLF and passed out close to 400 magazines … due to an ever increasing demand we need more copies for distribution…” [LGUSA] “I’m requesting more copies of the MIT Cyber edition … The magazine was a big hit … I don’t know how many you can send – but the more the merrier. In addition to the staff needing more – I’d like to pass out the magazine to VIPs, etc…” [COL, USA] “I wanted to get you some feedback regarding your publication and my recent requests. You started sending me the Geospatial Intelligence Forum magazine-100 copies and they are literally gone in a couple of days from our main lobby here at ADF-C… This past week I received just one copy of the Military Information Technology and while it was sitting on my desk a co- worker recognized the guy on the cover … He took my copy but this is a good example of a great, relevant product and publication. If it’s not too much, could you also send me 25 copies of all your other pubs where I can share and also help vector which are the most popular here…” [Public Affairs, USAF] “As DISA delivers much-needed capabilities to the warfighter, I want people to get to know the hard-working leaders of DISA making it all happen. MIT’s “Who’s Who…” pull out section with its superb graphics and content accomplished much towards that end. Thank you!” [LTGUSAF] “[The LTG] was very happy with the MIT article. It was [Army Cyber’s] first real venture with the media … and it was a real pleasure to work with you.” [Public Affairs, USA] DoD Leaders and Commands Want to Work With KMI KMI Media Group 5
  • 6. “We cannot thank you enough for supporting the Army … In particular, thanks for ensuring my team received copies of Military Logistics Forum. Getting our story out is vitally important to our logistics mission. Your product was a high-demand item at the AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition and is a great way to get our strategic messages out to diverse audiences … thank you for making a difference and for working to help keep our Army Strong!” [LTGUSA] “I am honored to be featured in your magazine and appreciate your efforts to highlight education opportunities for our service members.” [VADM, USCG] “I want to thank you and your terrific staff for providing me the opportunity to include an article on Navy Ballistic Defense in your magazine. Your magazine provided an ideal forum for the Navy to present our story and further the dialogue in this core mission area. I have already received many phone calls from friends and colleagues around the world telling me how much they enjoyed the article…” [RADM, USN] “I sincerely appreciated the opportunity to share some thoughts with Military Information Technology’s readership … I wanted to thank and commend [you] for tremendous professionalism and support in publishing this article …” [LTGUSA] “[Our students read your publication] as homework for learning about the G-4s objectives. They are allowed to retain their copies and I know a few still have theirs from when I attended the course…” [G-4 Training Specialist, USA] “Thank you so much for the opportunity to be the MAE cover feature Q&A…It was an awesome experience…[Your editor] was amazing…” [Continuing Education Supervisor, Afghanistan, USA] “My library has asked that we could not only increase the Special Operations Technology Magazine to 150 copies, but start getting Ground Combat Technology at 150 copies and Military Information Technology at 100 copies … they’ve started getting requests for them and suggested we get enough to make a mass distribution…” [CIV, USSOCOM] “Now that all of our DISA employees have relocated to the new DISA complex at Fort Meade, we have notice that our magazine display racks are being emptied rather quickly. Since we have multiple building entrances with increased traffic, is it possible to get at least 3 boxes sent to our office per month?” [Public Affairs, Defense Information Services Agency] KMI Media Group 6
  • 7. KMI Media Group produces twelve titles and websites devoted to our military leadership exclusively with new launches annually. www.BSEP-kmi.com Border Threat Prevention and CBRNE Response Acquisition Manager Mark Borkowski Assistant Commissioner Office of Technology Innovation and Acquisition U.S. Customs and Border Protection Interoperable Communications Border Surveillance O RVSS Public Safety Comms O Eyes in the Sky O CBP Leadership Leadership Insight Rand Beers Under Secretary National Protection & Programs Directorate U.S. Department of Homeland Security www.BSEP-kmi.com Border Security & Emergency Preparedness www.GCT-kmi.com Ground Combat Technology www.GIF-kmi.com Geospatial Intelligence Forum www.MAE-kmi.com Military Advanced Education www.MIT-kmi.com Military Information Technology www.MLF-kmi.com Military Logistics Forum www.M2VA-kmi.com Military Medical & Veterans Affairs Forum www.MT2-kmi.com Military Training Technology www.NPEO-kmi.com Navy Air/Sea PEO Forum www.SOTECH-kmi.com Special Operations Technology www.TISR-kmi.com Tactical ISR Technology www.CGF-kmi.com U.S. Coast Guard Forum KMI Media Group 7
  • 8. Border Threat Prevention and CBRNE Response Acquisition Manager Mark Borkowski Assistant Commissioner Office of Technology Innovation and Acquisition U.S. Customs and Border Protection Interoperable Communications Border Surveillance O RVSS Public Safety Comms O Eyes in the Sky O CBP Leadership Leadership Insight Rand Beers Under Secretary National Protection & Programs Directorate U.S. Department of Homeland Security www.BSEP-kmi.com www.bsep-kmi.com Homeland security Counter terrorism CBRNE threats on our borders and ports Disaster response Border Security & Emergency Preparedness (BSEP) Border Threat Prevention and CBRNE Response Published six times a year, Launched 2012 Select 2014 Covers/Interviews: Suzanne Spalding Acting Under Secretary, National Protection & Programs Directorate Department of Homeland Security Gary Rasicot Director, Global Maritime Operations Threat Response Coordination Center, Department of Homeland Security Secretary of Homeland Security Joseph F. Bruno Commissioner, New York City Office of Emergency Management Thomas Winkowski Deputy Commissioner, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Mark Borkowski Assistant Commissioner, Office of Technology, Innovation & Acquisition, U.S. Customs and Border Protection KMI Media Group 8
  • 9. www.gct-kmi.com Focused on fighting vehicles Armor and Uparmor technology Mobility, leathality, maintainability Weapons and survivability The Publication of Distinction for the Maneuver Warfighter Ground Combat Technology (GCT) Published six times a year, Launched 2010 Select 2014 Covers/Interviews: Gen. Daniel B. Allyn Commander, FORSCOM Maj. Gen. Kevin W. Mangum Commander, Aviation Center of Excellence Lt. Gen. John D. Johnson Director, JIEDDO Lt. Gen. Richard T. Tryon Commander, Marine Forces Command Douglas K. Wiltsie PEO, Enterprise Information Systems Maj. Gen. H.R. McMaster Commander, Maneuver Center of Excellence KMI Media Group 9
  • 10. www.gif-kmi.com Exclusive title on geospatial intelligence Favorite of the U.S. intelligence community Satelitte imagery, collection and analysis The Magazine of the National Intelligence Community Geospatial Intelligence Forum (GIF) Published eight times a year, Launched 2006 Select 2014 Covers/Interviews: Gen. David Rodriguez Commander, AFRICOM Mark S. Chandler Deputy Director for Intelligence, J2 Joint Staff Keith Barber NGA Maj. Gen. John Shanahan Commander, Air Force ISR Agency Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis, DHS Al Tarasiuk ODNI Rear Adm. Thomas L. Brown II Military Support Director, NGA Rear Adm. Samuel J. Cox Director, National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office Commander Office of Naval Intelligence KMI Media Group 10
  • 11. www.m2va-kmi.com The world’s only military medical title Exclusive independent VA magazine and site Medical devices Surgical simulation Battlefield response/ evacuation Dedicated to the Military Medical & VA Community Military Medical & Veterans Affairs Forum (M2VA) Published eight times a year, Launched 1996 Select 2014 Covers/Interviews: Vice Adm. Mathew L. Nathan U.S. Navy Surgeon General Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Thomas W. Travis U.S. Air Force Surgeon General Maj. Gen. (Dr.) Joseph Caravalho Jr. Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command and Ft. Detrick Deputy for Medical Systems to the Assistant Secretary of the Army for ALT Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horoho U.S. Army Surgeon General Dr. Jonathan Woodson Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs Col. Peter J. Benson Command Surgeon General, U.S. Army Special Operation Command KMI Media Group 11
  • 12. www.mae-kmi.com Focused on $6 billion G.I. Bill Required degrees for promotion Online for enlisted officer opportunities Journal of Higher Learning for Today’s Servicemembers Military Advanced Education (MAE) Published ten times a year, Launched 2006 Select 2014 Covers/Interviews: Michael Heberling President, CCME Dawn Bilodeau Acting DoD Education Chief Robert Carrington Special Assistant to the Director for Private Sector Engagement, Transition to Veteran Policy Office, Office of the Secretary of Defense D. Wayne Robinson Executive Director, Student Veterans of America Kathleen Connolly Education Services Officer, Southern Joint Base Lewis- McChord Adrian B. Talley Department of Defense Education, Activity’s Principal Deputy, Director and Associate Director for Education Pamela L. Raymer Director, Army Continuing Education System Ernest D’Antonio New Director, Navy Voluntary Education Program Eric Eversole Exective Director, Hiring Our Heroes Kathy Snead Consortium President, and SOC Director Servicemember Opportunity Colleges KMI Media Group 12
  • 13. www.mit-kmi.com Command, control, communications, computers Enterprise systems, networks Tactical and satellite communcations Rugged computers and servers The Voice of Military Communications and Computing Military Information Technology (MIT) Published eight times a year, Launched 1996 Select 2014 Covers/Interviews: Doug Wiltsie PEO EIS, Army Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon Commander, Army Cyber Command DISA Official Brig. Gen. Kevin Nally Marine Corps CIO Commander, Army NETCOM Lt. Gen. Michael J. Basla Chief, Information Dominance and Chief Information Officer, Air Force Lt. Gen. Robert S. Ferrell Army CIO Maj. Gen. Alan Lynn Vice Director, DISA Army CIO Rear Adm. William E. Leigher Director of Warfare, Integration for Information Dominance, Navy KMI Media Group 13
  • 14. www.mlf-kmi.com The world’s only military logistics publication Supply chain to battlefield Lifecycle and asset management Process improvement Reset The Publication of Record for the Military Logistics Community Military Logistics Forum (MLF) Published ten times a year, Launched 2006 Select 2014 Covers/Interviews: Lt. Gen. Raymond V. Mason Deputy Chief of Staff of the Army, G-4 Logistics Rear Adm. Jonathan Yuen Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command Lt. Gen. Judith A. Fedder Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Installations and Mission Support (A4) Brig. Gen. John F. Wharton Commander, Army Sustainment Command Vice Adm. Mark D. Harnitchek Director, DLA Katherine Hammack Assist. Sec. of the Army, Installations, Energy & Environment Maj. Gen. John J. Broadmeadow Commander, Marine Corps Logistics Command Gen. Janet C. Wolfenbarger Commander, Air Force Materiel Command Gen. Dennis L. Via Commander, Army Materiel Command Gen. William M. Fraser III Commander USTRANSCOM KMI Media Group 14
  • 15. www.mt2-kmi.com Oldest established S&T publication Largest in the world by issues (8) and advertisers Simulation training systems Interactive distance learning Modeling and simulation America’s Longest Established Simulation & Training Magazine Military Training Technology (MT2) Published eight times a year, Launched 1996 Select 2014 Covers/Interviews: Col. John T. Janiszewski Director, National Simulation Center Vice Adm. David Dunaway Commander, NAVAIR Dan Torgler Acting Program Manager, Program Manager, Training Systems Capt. Steve Nakagawa Commanding Officer, NAWCTSD Gen. Robin Rand Commander, AETC Maj. Gen. Thomas M. Murray Commanding General, Marine Training and Education Command Gen. Robert W. Cone Commanding General, TRADOC Dr. James T. Blake Program Executive Officer, PEO STRI KMI Media Group 15
  • 16. www.npeo-kmi.com Only publication focused on the Navy’s 14 Program Executive Offices Most coverage and interviews with the Program Executive Officers Exclusive program profiles and updates Congressional oversight and review Analysis of the Navy’s power projection capabilities The communication medium for Navy PEOs Navy Air/Sea PEO Forum (NPEO) Published six times a year, Launched 2013 Select 2014 Covers/Interviews: Rear Adm. Joseph A. Horn Jr. Program Executive Officer, PEO Integrated Warfare Systems Lt. Gen. Christopher C. Bogdan Program Executive Officer, PEO Joint Strike Fighter Rear Adm. David Johnson Program Executive Officer, PEO Submarines Rear Adm. James Murdoch Program Executive Officer, PEO Littoral Combat Ships Rear Adm. David Lewis Program Executive Officer, PEO Ships Rear Adm. David Johnson Program Executive Officer, PEO Submarines KMI Media Group 16
  • 17. www.sotech-kmi.com The only title in the world dedicated exclusively to SOF Exclusive SOCOM access Operations, leadership, technology Technology and innovation Exclusive, annual SOF program updates World’s Largest Distributed and Only Exclusive Special Ops Magazine Special Operations Technology (SOTECH) Published ten times a year, Launched 2003 Select 2014 Covers/Interviews: James F. Geurts Acquisition Executive & Senior Procurement Executive, SOCOM Rear Adm. P. Gardner Howe, III Commander, SOPAC Rear Adm. Sean Pybus Commander, NSHQ NATO Adm. Bill McRaven Commander, SOCOM Brig. Gen.Christopher Haas Commander, USASFC Michael A. Sheehan ASD, SO/LIC Lt. Gen. Eric E. Fiel Commander, AFSOC Col. Archibald M. McLellan Commander, Marine Special Operations Support Group Douglas J. Richardson PEO-SRSE, SOCOM Lt. Gen. Charles Cleveland Commander, USASOC KMI Media Group 17
  • 18. www.tisr-kmi.com ISR gathering, analysis, dissemination Technologies, requirements, capabilities Connecting ISR providers and users Delivering Actionable ISR Information for the Warfighter Tactical ISR Technology (TISR) Published six times a year, Launched 2010 Select 2014 Covers/Interviews: Terry Mitchell Director, Intelligence Futures, Army G-2 Maj. Gen. Tim Crosby U.S. Army PEO, Aviation Col. Tim Barber Army Project Manager UAS Project Office Rear Adm. Mathias W. Winter U.S. Navy PEO, Unmanned Aviation and Strike Weapons Stephen Kreider Acting PEO, Army PEO IEW&S Maj. Gen. John N.T. Shanahan Commander, U.S. Air Force ISR Agency KMI Media Group 18
  • 19. www.cgf-kmi.com The only magazine devoted to the funding of the USCG Port security Drug interdiction Humanitarian and rescue relief Who’s Who in the USCG and annual budgets Dedicated To Those Who Are Always Ready U.S. Coast Guard Forum (USCGF) Published six times a year, Launched 2009 Select 2014 Covers/Interviews: Vice Adm. Manson K. Brown Deputy Commandant for Mission Support Rear Adm. Scott A. Buschman Commander, Force Readiness Command Rear Adm. Mark E. Butt Assistant Commandant for Capability Admiral Robert J. Papp Commandant Rear Adm. Bruce D. Baffer Director of Acquisition Programs Rear Adm. Ronald J. Rabago Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics KMI Media Group 19
  • 20. Working Closely with SOCOM We have published SOTECH issues partially in Arabic to accomodate information clarity at major Middle East tradeshows. We have published SOCOM’s Annual Program Review for Congress and Industry for the last eight consecutive years. KMI Media Group 20
  • 21. Military Acronyms and their Meanings 160th SOAR 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment 23rd AF 23rd Air Force 720/724 STG 720/724 Special Tactics Group 75th Rgr Rgmt 75th Ranger Regiment 9th Signal CMD Army 9th Signal Command ACC U.S. Army Contracting Command ACES Army Continuing Education System AETC Air Education and Training Command AFALCs Air Force Air Logistics Centers AFAMC Air Force Air Mobility Command AFGLSC Air Force Global Logistics Center AFLCMC Air Force Life Cycle Management Center AFAMS Air Force Agency for Modeling and Simulation AFMC Air Force Materiel Command AFMS Air Force Medical Service AFNIC Air Force Network Integration Center AFSC Air Force Sustainment Center AFSOC Air Force Special Operations Command AF Surgeon Air Force Surgeon General ALC Aviation Logistics Center, Elizabeth City AMC Army Materiel Command AMC AMCOM Army Aviation and Missile Command AMEDD Army Medical Department ARED Army Reserve Education Centers ARL Army Research Lab Army DCoS G-2 Army Deputy Chief of Staff G-2 ASA AL&T Assistant Secretary Army, Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Army Surgeon Army Surgeon General ASAF IE&L Assistant Secretary Air Force, Installations, Environment and Logistics ASC Army Sustainment Command ASD L&MR Assistant Secretary of Defense, Logistics and Materiel Readiness AU Air Force Air University AVTECHTRA Aviation Technical Training BAMC Brooke Army Medical Center BUMED Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery C4IT Computers & IT Service Center CAC Combined Arms Center CBIRF Marine Corps Chemical Biological Incident Response Force CCAF Community College of the Air Force CCME Council of College and Military Educators CECOM Army Communications and Electronics Command C4IT Command, Control, Communications, Computer & IT CERDEC Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center CGA Coast Guard Academy CIA Central Intelligence Agency CIA SAD Central Intelligence Agency Special Activities Division CIA SOG Central Intelligence Agency Special Operations Group CIC U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command CNATRA Chief of Naval Air Training CNIC Commander, Navy Installations Command CNL Center for Naval Leadership CSA Chief of Staff of Army CSTC U.S. Army Combat Support Training Center Cyber U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Cyber Commands CYBERCOM Cyber Command DANTES Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support DARPA Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DAU Defense Acquisition University DCNO FRL Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Fleet Readiness and Logistics DCoS ISR Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff ISR DCoS Logistics Army Deputy Chief of Staff, Logistics DEA Drug Enforcement Administration DEVGRU Naval Special Warfare Development Group (SEAL Team Six) DHS Department of Homeland Security DHS 1st Responders Department of Homeland Security First Responders DIA Defense Intelligence Agency DISA Defense Information Systems Agency DLA Defense Logistics Agency DOJ U.S. Department of Justice DTRA Defense Threat Reduction Agency ECBC Edgewood Chemical and Biological Center Energy Intel Department of Energy, Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence FAA Federal Aviation Administration FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation Fleet IC Navy Fleet Forces Intelligence Command FORCECOM Force Command DHS Intel Department of Homeland Security, Office of Intelligence and Analysis I&SC Army Intelligence and Security Command ICoE Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Info Dom Air Force Information Dominance Intel Sq Air Force Intelligence Squadrons ISR Agency Air Force ISR Agency JFCOM Joint Forces Command JIATF South Joint Interagency Task Force South JIATF West Joint Interagency Task Force West JIEDDO Joint IED Defeat Organization Joint Staff Joint Staff JPEO CBD Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense JRTC Joint Readiness Training Center JSOC Joint Special Operations Command LANTAREA Atlantic Area LIA Logistics Innovation Agency MAGTF TC Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command MARCENT Marine Corps Forces Central Command MARFORCOM Marine Forces Command Marine SORgmt Marine Special Operations Regiment MARSOC Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command MC&FP Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Community & Family Policy KMI Media Group 21
  • 22. MCoE Maneuver Center of Excellence MCSC Marine Corps Systems Command MCU Marine Corps University MEPS Military Entrance Processing Station MLEA Maritime Law Enforcement Academy MRMC U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command MSC Military Sealift Command MSCoE Maneuver Support Center of Excellence Nav. FFS Navy Fire Fighting School NAVAIR Navy Naval Air Systems Command NAVAIR FRCs NAVAIR Fleet Readiness Centers NAVCEN Coast Guard Navigation Center NAVFAC Naval Facilities Engineering Command NAVMETOCCOM Naval Oceanography NAVSEA Naval Sea Systems Command NAVSOC Naval Special Warfare NAVSUP Naval Supply Systems Command Navy Surgeon Navy Surgeon General NAWCTSD Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division NCO Navy College Offices NDU National Defense University NEN Naval Enterprise Networks Program Office NETC Naval Education and Training Command NETWARCOM Naval Network Warfare Command NGA National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency NIH National Institute of Health NMAWC Naval Mine and Anti-Submarine Warfare Command NMC National Maritime Center NMSO Navy Modeling and Simulation Office NMTC National Maintenance Training Center NPFC National Pollution Funds Center NRC Nuclear Regulatory Commission NRL Naval Research Laboratory NRO National Reconnaissance Office NSA National Security Agency NSF National Strike Force NSHS Naval School of Health Sciences NSSC U.S. Army Natick Soldier Systems Center NSW Naval Special Warfare Command NSWC Naval Surface Warfare Center NTC National Training Center NWC National War College NWTC Northern Warfare Training Center ODNI Office of the Director of National Intelligence ONI Office of Naval Intelligence ONR Office of Naval Research OSD Office of the Secretary of Defense P&R Under Secretary for Personnel & Readiness PACAREA Pacific Area PEC Pharmacoeconomic Center PEO Aviation Army PEO Aviation PEO B&ES Air Force Program Executive Office Business and Enterprise Systems PEO C3I&N Navy PEO C3I Networks PEO EIS Army PEO Enterprise Information Systems PEO IEW&S Army PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors PEO MS PEO Missiles & Space PEO STRI Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation PEO UA&SW Navy PEO Unmanned Aviation and Strike Weapons RDC Research & Development Center R.E.F. Rapid Equipping Force RDECOM Army Research Development and Engineering Command Recon Wings & Sq Air Force Reconnaissance Wings and Squadrons Redstone Redstone Arsenal Red River Red River Arsenal Rock Island Rock Island Arsenal SCoE Army Sustainment Center of Excellence SDDC Army Surface Deployment and Distribution Command SMTC Special Mission Training Center SPAWAR Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command SOC Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges SOC-JC Special Operations Command – Joint Capabilities SOCAFRICA Special Operations Command Africa SOCCENT Special Operations Command Central SOCEUR Special Operations Command Europe SOCKOR Special Operations Command Korea SOCOM Special Operations Command SOCPAC Special Operations Command Pacific SOCSOUTH Special Operations Command South SpWarfMedGrp Special Warfare Medical Group State Intel Department of State, Intelligence and Research STTC Simulation and Training Technology Center TACOM Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command TECOM Marine Corps Training & Education Command TRADOC Army Training and Doctrine Command Trans. Off. Transition Offices Treasury Intel Department of Treasury, Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence USAF AMC Air Force Air Mobility Command USAFRICOM U.S. Africa Command USAPHC U.S. Army Public Health Command USASOC U.S. Army Special Operations Command USCENTCOM U.S. Central Command USCG AC E&L Coast Guard Assistant Commandant Engineering and Logistics USCG HQ U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters USCG IFCs Coast Guard Intelligence Fusion Centers USCGI Coast Guard Institute USDI Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence USCG U.S. Coast Guard USCG Intel U.S. Coast Guard, Office of Intelligence USEUCOM U.S. European Command USMC ID Marine Corps Intelligence Department USMC LOGCOM Marine Corps Logistics Command USNA U.S. Naval Academy USNORTHCOM U.S. Northern Command USPACOM U.S. Pacific Command USSOUTHCOM U.S. Southern Command USSTRATCOM U.S. Strategic Command USTRANSCOM U.S. Transportation Command VA Department of Veterans Affairs VolEd Voluntary Education WRAIR Walter Reed Army Institute of Research KMI Media Group 22
  • 23. KMI’s Unique Distribution SystemBorder Security& Emergney Preparedness Ground Combat Technology Geospatial Intelligence Forum Military Advanced Education Military Information Technology Military Logistics Forum Military Medical& Veterans AffairsForum Military Training Technology NavyAir/Sea PEOForum Special Operations Technology TacticalISR Technology U.S.Coast GuardForum Congress2,3652,3992,3652,3542,3952,4112,3652,3952,3492,4132,4072,349 Pentagon7111,3671,4041,5021,8101,5537661,4398171,4001,105805 Flag Officers 1,5161,5151,5321,5331,5481,5271,0421,5291,5721,5391,5421,197 Colonels &Navy Captains 1,1861,9631,3961,3122,2721,9441,7312,0741,1611,4271,3851,187 ACC AFMC AFSOC CBIRF CIA CIC DHS DIA DOJ DTRA ECBC EPA FAA FBI OSD JIEDDO JPEOCBD MCSC MRMC NAVSEA NIH NRC NSSC USNORTHCOM NSW USSOUTHCOM USSTRATCOM SOCOM USPACOM 75thRgrRgmt AMC ARDEC ARL ASA(ALT) BattleLabs CAC CSR JIEDDO JMC JPEOJTRS MCoE MCSC MSCoE PEOAmmo PEOAviation PEOCS&CSS PEOGCS PEOInteg. PEOMS PEOSoldier PEOSTRI R.E.F. RDECOM SOCOM TACOM TARDEC TRADOC USTRANSCOM CIA DEA DHSIntel DIA EnergyIntel FBI JointStaff NGA NRO NSA ODNI SOCOM StateIntel TreasuryIntel USAFRICOM USCENTCOM USCG USEUCOM USNORTHCOM USPACOM USSOUTHCOM USSTRATCOM USTRANSCOM ACES AU ARED CCME CCAF USCGI CNL DANTES DAU DLA NTC DISA Nav.FFS NDU NWC VolEd MC&FP MCU TECOM MEPS NETC NCO P&R SOC Trans.Off. VolEd AFNIC CECOM CERDEC CIA DIA CIOs CyberDDR&E DHS DISA INSCOM MCSC NETWARCOM NGA NNWC NRO NSA ONI PEOB&ES PEOC3I&N PEOC3T PEOEIS PEOIEW&S SPAWAR AFALCs AFAMC AFGLSC AFLCMC AFMC AFSC AMC AMCOM ASAAL&T ASAFIE&L ASC ASDL&MR CECOM DCNOFRL DCoSLogistics DLA LIA MSC NAVAIRFRCs NAVSUP RedstoneArsenal RedRiverArsenal RockIsland Arsenal SCoE SDDC TACOM USAFAMC USTRANSCOM USCGACE&L USMCLOGCOM AFSurgeon AFMS AMEDD ArmySurgeon BAMC BUMED DARPA DHS1st Responders ECBC JIEDDO JPEOCBD MRMC USNORTHCOM NSSC NavySurgeon NSHS PEC TRICARE USAPHC USCENTCOM VA WRAIR AETC AFAMS AVTECHTRA CENTCOM CNATRA CSTC DISA JFCOM JIEDDO JRTC MAGTFTC NAWCTSD NETC NMSO NMTC USNORTHCOM NTC NWTC PEOSTRI RDECOM STTC TRADOC 160thSOARCNIC CYBERCOM DISA DSA EUCOM MARCENT MARCORLOGCOM MARFORCOM MARSOC MSC NAVAIR NAVCEN NAVFAC NAVMETOCCOM NAVSEA NAVSOC NAVSUP NETC NETWARCOM NMAWC NRL NSWC ONR SOCOM SPAWAR STRATCOM USAFRICOM USCENTCOM USCG USNA USNORTHCOM USPACOM USSOUTHCOM USTRANSCOM 3rdAF 75thRgrRgmt 720/724STG AFSOC AMC ARL CIASAD CIASOG DEVGRU DIA JIEDDO JSOC MARSOC MarineSORgmt NRL NSW ONR OSD PEOAviation PEOSoldier R.E.F. SOAC SOCAFRICA SOCCENT SOCOM SOCEUR SOC-JC SOCKOR SOCPAC SOCSOUTH SpWarfMedGrp USASOC USASFC 9thSignalCMD AFMC ArmyDCoSG-2 DCoSISR ODNI FleetIC I&SC ICoE InfoDom IntelSq ISRAgency NRO ONI ONR PEOAviation PEOC3I&N PEOEIS PEOIEW&S PEOUA&SW ReconWings &Sq USCGIFCs USDI USMCID ALC Allcutters Alldistricts AirStations LANTAREA C4IT CGA CYBERCOM DHS FORCECOM JIATFSouth JIATFWest MLEA MSC NAVCEN NMC USNORTHCOM NPFC NSF PACAREA RDC Shipyards SMTC USSOUTHCOM USCGHQ Major Commands Total Circulation20,91815,65417,75124,25620,59120,23220,77015,64313,57518,24216,00313,921 KMI Media Group 23
  • 24. Department of Defense Active Duty Military Personnel by Rank/Grade (January 2014) Rank/Grade - All Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Total Services GENERAL/ADMIRAL 13 10 4 13 40 LT GENERAL/VICE ADMIRAL 48 41 18 44 151 MAJ GENERAL/REAR ADMIRAL(U) 113 71 29 94 307 BRIG GENERAL/REAR ADMIRAL(U) 141 118 32 143 434 COLONEL/CAPTAIN 4,377 3,240 685 3,596 11,898 LT COLONEL/COMMANDER 10,282 6,674 1,886 9,919 28,761 MAJOR/LT COMMANDER 17,214 10,850 3,794 14,152 46,010 CAPTAIN/LIEUTENANT 28,275 17,854 6,990 22,240 75,359 Ist LIEUTENANt/LIEUTENANT(JG) 13,348 6,455 3,471 7,303 30,577 2nd LIEUTENANT/ENSIGN 9,065 6,794 2,374 6,899 25,132 CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER W-5 0 1 0 0 1 CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER W-4 685 76 95 0 856 CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER W-3 2,335 381 286 0 3,002 CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER W-2 3,939 635 588 0 5,162 WARRANT OFFICER W-1 6,727 519 904 0 8,150 TOTAL OFFICER 98,591 53,719 21,322 64,403 238,035 48 41 18 44 151 E-9 3,726 2,516 1,639 2,580 10,461 E-8 12,189 6,083 3,934 5,141 27,347 E-7 40,075 20,215 8,793 26,549 95,632 E-6 61,813 45,662 14,967 41,188 163,630 E-5 77,418 60,317 27,531 67,702 232,968 E-4 127,959 58,512 34,596 55,931 276,998 E-3 56,513 40,604 48,886 51,182 197,185 E-2 26,859 17,857 21,127 3,476 69,319 E-1 20,886 13,556 11,970 0 1 685 76 95 0 856 TOTAL ENLISTED 427,438 265,327 173,443 261,376 1,127,58 CADETS-MIDSHIPMEN 4,477 4,465 0 3,904 12,846 GRAND TOTAL 530,506 323,511 184,765 329,683 1,378,465 KMI Media Group 24
  • 25. Every year at least 40% of military leadership retire, move or are promoted. To stay on top of these changes, we constantly verify our circulation with personal phone calls from our team of circulation specialists to ensure our lists are current and accurate. KMI Media Group publications deliver maximum advertising ROI with no waste, laser- focused circulation. • Do we deliver more readers? No. We deliver the right readers! • Are we audited? No. There is much better technology today to assure readership, and we’re more than happy to show you our list, which will tell you much more than the numbers on an audit statement. • The hows and whys behind our circulation methodology – the strategy and the tactics: We identify exactly who you need to reach at the highest echelons of military/DoD – flag officers, PEOs, etc. This is a by-product of senior leadership’s experience and institutional knowledge of the military. The database is updated on a daily basis with the most current available data from numerous sources – including the Pentagon. • We don’t sell, rent or buy lists. We also don’t take someone’s word for it when they check off a box on our subscription request form claiming seniority and/or purchasing authority. • Keeping our lists as current as possible requires monitoring and maintenance on a daily basis. Every day we scour DoD briefings, military newswires and so on for the latest news on promotions, retirements, deployments, casualties. Every day we are on the phone…Is General John Smith still at Fort Bragg? If not, where did he go? Is there a replacement who should be receiving the publication? • Protocol matters. Has Colonel Jane Jones been promoted to General yet? Yes. We’ll change the label. • While we qualify and verify our subscriber lists every business day of the year, some of our competitive publications which are audited have as much as 25% of their circulation qualified within TWO years. Some even report qualifying readers within THREE years. So when you advertise in a KMI Media Group publication you won’t have to wonder… ”Am I really reaching my target audience in the most efficient way?” The answer is YES. Your Best Guarantee of Reaching Your Target Audience KMI Media Group 25
  • 26. Congress, Military & Industry We first identify the relevant military commands for each magazine • Then we utilize a range of resources to compile the subscriber list • Official DoD Tables of Organization • Carroll’s Directories • Military Association Directories • Professional Journals – We comb trade publications to identify changes in commands and reorganization/ realignments Web Subscription Requests – Less than 50% accepted Personal phone calls – We are not content to accept at face value the information from directories or other sources Targeted digital newsletters through Constant Contact allow us to keep our distribution lists up to date by verifying the continued accuracy of email contacts. The KMI Circulation Model This is the only system that assures saturation of target audiences. KMI Media Group 26
  • 27. The KMI Circulation Model KMI Media Group 27
  • 28. Highly focused on the people and programs within each niche • Senior Leader Q&A Interview in every issue... great value to Congressional staffers and professionals in industry business development • KMI magazines are known by their cover personality • Feature stories focused on topical issues related to that specific niche • We are not trying to be all things to all people – on the contrary, our content is specifically relevant to well- defined market niches Conclusion: All of the above reasons, plus high-quality printing, assure an extra-long shelf life. Editorial VitalityKMI Media Group 28
  • 29. Special Products Who’s Who – Detailed organization profiles: U.S. Army Aviation & Missile Command Who’s Who KMI Media Group 29
  • 30. Special Products Who’s Who – Detailed organization profiles: Who’s Who at U.S. Coast Guard KMI Media Group 30
  • 31. Ground Combat Technology Army Capabilities Integration Center Maneuver Center of Excellence Marine Corps Systems Command Program Executive Office Ground Combat Systems TACOM Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC) U.S. Army Fires Center of Excellence U.S. Army 1st Armored Division Rapid Equipping Force (REF) TARDEC Army Capabilities Integration Center U.S. Coast Guard Forum United States Coast Guard Geospatial intelligence forum National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Military Training Technology Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation TAC Training- Electrical/ Instrumentation Systems Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAVAIR) Military Information Technology Army Network Enterprise Technology Command/9th Signal Command (Army) -NETCOM Tactical ISR Technology PEO Aviation Organization U.S. Army Program Executive Office, Intelligence Electronic Warfare & Sensors U.S. Air Force ISR Agency Military Logistics Forum Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command & PEO United States Marine Corps – PEO Land Systems TACOM Life Cycle Management Command Defense Logistics Agency Army Sustainment Command (ASC) U.S. Army Material Command Global Strike Command Air Logistics Complexes (Warner Robins, Ogden, Oklahoma City Communications – Electronics Command United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) U.S. Navy Naval Air Systems Command TACOM Life Cycle Management Command Defense Logistics Agency U.S. Army Communications Electronics Command (CECOM) Past Who’s Who Organization Profiles: KMI Media Group 31
  • 32. Resource Guides: DISA 2012 Contracts Guide 8(a) STARS II Users Guide PM TRAYSYS 2011 Products & Services Catalog KMI Media Group 32
  • 33. 2013 SOCOM Program Management Updates 2013 Top Simulation & Training Companies 2013/2014 PEO STRI Desk-side Reference Guide 2014 Guide to Military-Friendly Schools & Universities Resource Guides: KMI Media Group 33
  • 34. Organization Anniversary Timeline Posters: Defense Logistics Agency Timeline Custom PublishingKMI Media Group 34
  • 35. Organization Anniversary Timeline Posters: U.S Army Materiel Command Timeline Custom Publishing KMI Media Group 35
  • 36. Targeted Marketing Materials: Custom Event Materials for the National Association of Broadcasters Custom PublishingKMI Media Group 36
  • 37. Business Profiles: IHS Uses Custom Materials for Custom Audiences Custom Publishing KMI Media Group 37
  • 38. Message POsters: Online leader Google turns to KMI Media Group for print coverage of the DoD Custom PublishingKMI Media Group 38
  • 39. Industry Event Report: The Industry Event Report is designed and developed specifically to enable your organization to receive maximum value from your industry-focused events. It is an opportunity to provide a permanent record of your event for your organization and key customers. • Format coincides with corporate branding strategy • KMI Editorial Team conducts interviews with key executives prior to event, which are included in the final report • At the event, you have the option of having KMI editor(s) on site • The report is a lasting, lively, magazine style coverage of your event The Industry Event Report is included in an upcoming KMI publication of your choice Custom Publishing KMI Media Group 39
  • 40. KMI Media Group Websites The business model of KMI is print publications. However, with the rapid changes to technology and the plethora of digital opportunities, we recognize the need to provide the opportunities for our readership to access our digital versions of the publications online, which can be viewed on any platform, including mobile and tablets. KMI has a corporate website and each of our publications has a unique website of their own… all integrating together. In effect, one website actually gives the reader direct access to 12 other websites…all relating to the defense industry. And while other publications have gone strictly digital, or tout their websites as the focal point with high traffic numbers…KMI provides something else – high conversion rates. We deliver the right type of customer to the right type of business. KMI Media Group 40
  • 41. In 2013 KMI Media Group had paid display advertising from the following companies. 203 SENSING AAI LOGISTICS AND TECHNICAL SERVICES AAI/TEXTRON AAR MOBILITY SYSTEMS ABRAHAM LINCOLN UNIVERSITY ACCESS DATA ACCESSORIES FOR ELECTRONICS ADACEL ADOBE AECHELON TECHNOLOGY AECOM AEGIS TECHNOLOGIES AERO SIMULATION AGUSTAWESTLAND ALELO ALION AM GENERAL AMERICAN GRADUATE UNIVERSITY AMERICAN INNOVATIONS AMERICAN MILITARY UNIVERSITY AMERICAN ROLL ON ROLL OFF CARRIER LLC AMSEC AMU/APUS APL APPLIED RESEARCH ASSOCIATES APTIMA AR MODULAR RF ASHFORD UNIVERSITY ASTRIUM-GEO INFORMATION SERVICES ATEC ATK DEFENSE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS AUBURN UNIVERSITY AVIALL AYDIA DISPLAYS BAE SYSTEMS BAKER COLLEGE ONLINE BALL AEROSPACE & TECHNOLOGIES BARRY UNIVERSITY BATTELLE BERETTA USA BIHRLE APPLIED RESEARCH BIOFIRE DIAGNOSTICS BLACKBOX BIOMETRICS BLUESPACE BOING BRIMROSE BUSEK CO CACI CAE CALIENTE CAPITOL COLLEGE CARAHSOFT CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY GLOBAL CAMPUS CENTRAL TEXAS COLLEGE CENTURYLINK CERADYNE CHRISTIE CLEARTERRA CLOCKWORK SOLUTIONS COLE ENGINEERING COLLEGE OF ST SCHOLASTICA COLORADO TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY COLUMBIA COLLEGE COMPTIA CONCURRENT REAL TIME CORDAN RADIO COMMUNICATIONS CORNET TECHNOLOGIES CRIBMASTER CUBIC CORPORATION DAVID CLARK COMPANY DEFENSE LOGISTICS SUPPORT DELL DELTA SYSTEMS DEPLOYED RESOURCES DESIGN INTERACTIVE DEVRY UNIVERSITY DHS TECHNOLOGIES LLC/DRASH DIGIMATION DIGITAL GLOBE INC DIGITAL RESULTS GROUP DI-GUY DRS TECHNOLOGIES DISTI DYNCORP INTERNATIONAL EADS ASTRIUM EMBRY RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY EMC EMPIRE STATE COLEGE EXCELSIOR COLLEGE EXELIS ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS EXELIS VISUAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS FED EX FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY FLUOR FORDHAM UNIVERSITY FORT DEFIANCE INDUSTRIES FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL COLLEGE GENERAL ATOMICS AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS INC GENERAL DYNAMICS ADVANCED INFORMATION SYSTEMS GENERAL DYNAMICS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY GENERAL DYNAMICS LAND SYSTEMS GENERAL DYNAMICS NASSCO GILIT SATELLITE NETWORKS GRANTHAM UNIVERSITY HAVOK HAWAII PACIFIC UNIVERSITY IBM ILS IMPROVISED ELECTRONICS INGALLS KMI Media Group 41
  • 42. SHIPBUILDING INTELSAT GENERAL INTERGRAPH INTERNATIONAL SOS ASSISTANCE INC INVENTORY LOCATOR SERVICE IRIS TECHNOLOGIES IROBOT ISR GROUP JANUS RESEARCH GROUOP JLG INDUSRIES JOHN DEERE JRL VENTURES KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY KAPLAN UNIVERSITY KEISER UNIVERSITY KITCO FIBER OPTICS KONGSBERG DEFENSE KRATOS TECHNOLOGY & TRAINING SOLUTIONS KRAUSS-MAFFEI WEGMANN L-3 COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS EAST L-3 COMMUNICATIONS/ GCS L-3 LINK SIMULATION & TRAINING L-3 STRATIS L-3 WESCAM LEUPOLD TACTICAL OPTICS LEVEL 3 COMMUNICATIONS LEXIS NEXIS LIBERTY UNIVERSITY LIZARDTECH LOCKHEED MARTIN GLOBAL TRAINING & LOGISTICS LOCKHEED MARTIN – IS&GS LOCKHEED MARTIN – MFC-JLTV LOGISTICS SERVICES INTERNATIONAL LOGOS TECHNOLOGIES LOGRHYTHM LOS ANGELES FILM SCHOOL MACK DEFENSE MAERSK LINE LIMITED MANTECH MBDA INC MCAFEE MCNALLY SMITH COLLEGE OF MUSIC MEGGITT TRAINING SYSTEMS MERITOR DEFENSE METAVR MITCHELL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE MOOG AIRCRAFT GROUP NAVY FEDERAL CREIT UNION NATIONAL INDUSTRIES FOR THE BLIND NEW BREED NGRAIN NJVC LLC NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY NORTHER VIRGINIA COMMUNICTY COLLEGE NORTHROP GRUMMAN TECHNICAL SERVICES NOVA CORPORATION NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY OSHKOSH CORPORATION OTIS TECHNOLOGY OVERWATCH PAR GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS PARK UNIVERSITY PENN STATE UNIVERSITY OUTREACH PERKINS TECHNICAL SERVICES PERSISTENT SYSTEMS PGBA LLC PIFS PILOT FREIGHT PIXIA CORPORATION PRATT & WHITNEY PRESAGIC QINETIQ NORTH AMERICA RAPID EYE AG RAYDON RATHEON – IIS RAYTHEON – SAS RDT REGIS UNIVERSITY RIVERSIDE RESEARCH REVISION MILITAYR LTD ROCKWELL COLLINS RUAG AMMOTEC RUAG AVIATION SAAB TRAINING USA SABTECH INDUSTRIES SAIC SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY SAP NATIONAL SECURITY SERVICES SAVI SCAN PACIFIC NORTHWEST SCRIPTPRO SELEX GALILEO INC SERCO SIKORSKY SIMBIONIX USA CORPORATION SIMIGON SIMTHETIQ SPRINT STANDARD AERO STANLEY VISMAR STOTTLER HENKE ASSOCIATES STRATFORD UNIVERSITY SUNDOG SOFTWARE SUPPLYCORE SUPREME GROUP US SYNTONICS CORP TACTICAL MICRO TEA HEADSETS TERRAGO TECHNOLOGIES TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY THE ART INSTITUTES THE O’GARA GROUP SENSOR SYSTEMS DIVISION THE SI CORPORATION THE TATITLEK CORPORATION THOMAS EDISON STATE COLLEGE TIDEWATER COMMUNITYY COLLEGE TOM TOM TRACE SYSTEMS TROY UNIVERSITY UMUC UNIVERSAL HEALTH SERVICES UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS DALLAS UNIVERSITY OF THE INCARNATE WORD UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN- PLATTEVILLE UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY USGIF VIGOR INDUSTRIAL VTHALTER MARINE VT MILTOPE WATERJET TECHNOLOGIES WEBSTERN UNIVERSITY WESTERN GOVERNORS UNIVERSITY WILLIAMS LOGISTICS WORLDWIDE BUSINESS RESEARCH WYLE XTAR ZOLL MEDICAL KMI Media Group 42
  • 43. Display Advertising Rates Print Advertising 1x 2-3x 4-5x 6-7x 8-9x 10-11x 12-17x 18-23x 24x+ Premium Positions Full-Page Back Cover (Cover 4) $9,172 $9,021 $8,794 $8,643 $8,417 $8,266 $8,115 $7,814 $7,488 Inside Front (Cover 2) or Inside Back (Cover 3) $8,631 $8,480 $8,253 $8,103 $7,876 $7,725 $7,574 $7,273 $6,961 Q&A $8,320 $8,164 $8,008 $7,800 $7,592 $7,384 $7,176 $6,946 $6,738 Inside Other (3, 5, 7) $8,090 $7,939 $7,713 $7,562 $7,335 $7,184 $7,034 $6,732 $6,420 2 Page Spread* 4-Color Process $16,721 $16,418 $15,966 $15,663 $15,212 $14,908 $14,608 $14,005 $13,589 Full Page 4-Color Process $7,549 $7,399 $7,172 $7,021 $6,794 $6,644 $6,493 $6,191 $5,879 1/2 Page Spread 4-Color Process $11,625 $11,398 $11,047 $10,813 $10,463 $10,232 $9,999 $9,534 $9,076 1/2 Page 4-Color Process $5,284 $5,179 $5,021 $4,915 $4,756 $4,651 $4,545 $4,334 $4,126 4-Color in Q&A $6,907 $6,802 $6,644 $6,537 $6,378 $6,273 $6,167 $5,956 $5,748 1/3 Page Spread 4-Color Process $8,305 $8,138 $7,892 $7,724 $7,474 $7,308 $7,141 $6,809 $6,214 1/3 Page 4-Color Process $3,775 $3,699 $3,587 $3,511 $3,398 $3,322 $3,246 $3,095 $2,825 1/4 Page 4-Color Process $3,246 $3,181 $3,084 $3,019 $2,921 $2,857 $2,791 $2,661 $2,392 1/6 Page 4-Color Process $2,341 $2,294 $2,224 $2,176 $2,106 $2,059 $2,012 $1,919 $1,768 Who’s Who Banner Spread 4-Color Process $7,550 $7,399 $7,174 $7,022 $6,795 $6,644 $6,492 $6,190 $5,649 Table of Contents - Banner or Tower Ad 4-Color Process $1,820 $1,784 $1,729 $1,697 $1,638 $1,601 $1,565 $1,492 $1,375 Resource Center Advertising Ad Size 1x 2-3x 4-5x 6-7x 8-9x 10-11x 12-17x 18-23x 24x+ A (3.625” x 4.5”) $1,764 $1,676 $1,340 $1,300 $1,261 $1,223 $1,187 $1,151 $1,094 B (3.625” x 3.325”) $1,298 $1,233 $986 $957 $928 $900 $873 $847 $804 C (3.625” x 2.3”) $936 $889 $712 $690 $669 $649 $630 $611 $580 D (3.625” x 1.65”) $759 $721 $577 $559 $543 $526 $511 $495 $470 E (3.625”x1.15”) $576 $547 $438 $425 $412 $400 $388 $376 $357 KMI Media Group 43
  • 44. KMI Media Group Advertising Rates Compared to Inflation Rate KMI Media Group 44
  • 45. GDIT in KMI Publications KMI Media Group 45
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