View our Display Ad Network brochure.
The Missouri Newspaper Display Ad Network provides advertisers the opportunity to reach almost 1 million households in Missouri at a very steep discount. Advertisers can place a 2 column by 2 inch (or a 2 column by 4 inch) ad in 160 participating newspapers with one order. Email email@example.com or call 573-449-4167 for details.
Missouri Press Service can also place your ad in other any other state advertising network at the rates set by each individual press association. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 573-449-4167 for more information.
Rates: $ 2,500 for one insertion of a 2-column x 4 inch ad (3.4” x 4”) in 160 newspapers. Only $ 1,500 for either the east or west region of state.
Half the ad for half the price. So, $ 1,300 for one insertion for a 2-column x 2 inch ad (3.4" x 2") in 160 newspapers. Only $ 750 for either east or west region of the state.
Checks, Visa, Mastercard and wire transfers are accepted.
Call or email us to ask about frequency discounts (no discounts apply to commissionable orders).
Deadline: The ad and payment must be received by noon Wednesday prior to the week you want the ad to run in the newspapers.
Run Dates: The ad will run in the participating weekly newspapers on the day they publish. It will run in the participating daily newspapers on the day the newspaper chooses.
Specs: Please provide camera ready copy of a 2x4 ad. (3.4" x 4") OR fax or e-mail a sample of how your ad should appear if you would like MPS to create the ad.
Restrictions: The Missouri Press Service, the originating newspaper and the participating newspapers reserve the right to reject and/or edit any ad. Acceptance of advertising may be subjected to business and/or Better Business reference checks. This network is not available for ads pertaining to a candidate for public office OR ballot issues.
Friday February 17th
Sign up today for Missouri Advertising Managers' Association Meeting! Link
Thursday February 16th
"The new guides alone will be useful for those looking to kickstart new projects (and potential revenue-generators) they’ve never tried before, such as live events, and are full of real examples of what other outlets have already tried." via Nieman Journalism Lab Link
Wednesday February 15th