Advertising

Hi!  You’re welcome to get in touch with our advertising team at

julie@alicespringsnews.com.au

 

We are by far the largest written word news medium in Central Australia, Alice Springs owned and operated.

 

We have no onerous deadlines. Updated several times a day, we are read not only right across Central Australia, but the world over.

 

SEE AT RIGHT OUR WEB TRAFFIC STATISTICS.

 

Below are our basic advert sizes: Except for the ears (either side of the masthead), the height can be increased x2, x3 and x4 (up to 20cm high), with corresponding adjustments in costs. Included in these prices are a hotlink to any website you nominate.

 

 

Ear: 300 px wide by 235 px high (80 mm by 62 mm). Appears on the top of every page, alongside the masthead.

 

 

 

Front Page Sidebar: 290 px wide by 200 px high (77 mm by 53 mm).

 

 

 

Front Page banner: 680 px wide by 200 px high (180 mm by 53 mm).

 

 

 

Full Story Page sidebar: 300 px wide by 250 px high (80 mm by 66 mm). Appears on all Full Story pages.

 

 

 

The Alice Springs News Online is in its 27th year of weekly publication, the first 19 years in print. Our two senior writers are the longest-serving journalists in The Centre. This web edition, founded in 1997, is one of the nation’s oldest online newspapers.

 

We have a story archive of seven million words dating back to 1997, all produced or selected in strict adherence to the Journalistic Code of Ethics.

 

We cover commerce, government, art, community activities and leisure, including major sport activities.

 

We have a story archive of some seven million words which are fully searchable. We are your independent local paper – and the world’s window into the fabulous Central Australia.

 

 

 

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Erwin Chlanda, Editor