Following is information for print advertisers only. Please contact us for information on online advertising.
15,000, published every Spring and Fall.
Source Interlink, Ingram, Ubiquity, Newsways, Speedimpex Canada, FAB Canada, Scratch Canada, Small Changes, Media Solutions, Darla, Get Hip, Newbury Comics, Revolver, Carrot Top, and more.
NOTE: We also get into Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million, Hastings, Shinders, Tower, Newbury Comics, and Borders!
Quarter page: 3.75” wide by 5” high
Half page: 7.5” wide by 5” high or 3.75” wide by 10” high
Full page: 7.5” wide by 10” high (for ads that bleed: that is live area; the final crop will end up around 8.25” wide by 10.75” wide, so we recommend art that extends to at least 8.75” wide by 11.25” high)
We accept e-mailed Photoshop TIFF files at 300 DPI resolution (we use Mac). If that is not possible, we also accept Acrobat PDF files. If your file is more than 8MB, please compress it first. Please use your label’s name in the file name!
E-mail us and we’ll tell you where to e-mail the files.
How to Reserve Space
E-mail us for pricing and to reserve space. Then, make your check out to “The Big Takeover” and mail to:
Big Takeover Magazine
356 4th St., Upper Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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