Preferred TAPA member digital ad rates for thewalrus.ca
We are pleased to announce an exclusive opportunity for TAPA Members with The Walrus Magazine (valid September 1, 2019 - August 31, 2020)
The ad units size and rates are:
- Editorial enewsletter distributed every Sunday - 300 x 250 px - $250
- Leaderboard and big box ad combination on thewalrus.ca home page for one month - 970 x 90 and 300 x 300 - $1,500
- One Day (24 hr) Whole-Site Takeover - Large Image background 1920 x 1200 px; leaderboard full-span banner 1200 x 90 px - $1,500
Also, preferred $300 CPM rate for blow-in insert distribution in the GTA.
For more information, please contact Paul Jaramillo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Walrus
The Walrus provokes new thinking and sparks conversation on matters vital to Canadians. As a registered charity we publish independent, fact-based journalism in The Walrus and at thewalrus.ca, we produce national, ideas-focused events, including our flagship series TheWalrus Talks, and we train emerging professionals in publishing and non-profit management.
The Walrus is invested in the idea that a healthy society relies on informed citizens.
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**Please note that TAPA Members are eligible for the 52x Rate.
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