North Carolina Terms and Conditions
Advertisers will be short-rated if, within the publication year, they do not run the number of times needed to qualify for the rate on which their billings were based.
- Frequency is determined by the number of insertions used by an advertiser within a 12-month period.
- Multiple units of space in one issue are charged at individual unit rates and are counted as individual units toward frequency discount.
- Each spread counts as two insertions for frequency, i.e., two spreads earn the max frequency rate.
Mechanical Data Submission of Copy:
Prices include typesetting. PrintComm can accept furnished disks or electronic ads. Ad files under 10MB may be sent via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Ad files over 10MB may be sent to our FTP site at ftp.printcomm.com. For FTP instructions visit:
Binding: Saddle stitched Publication Trim Size: 8-3/8” x 10-7/8”
Bleed: No additional charge on full page ads. Placement based on mechanical feasibility. Publication trim size is 8-3/8” x 10-7/8”. For bleeds, provide an additional 1/8” on all sides.
Digital Ad Submission
Tile: 180 px x 150 px
Banner: 728 px x 90 px
All images can be received in jpeg or png format, but must be 72 dpi.
No liability is assumed as to any instructions received after closing date. Please verify closing dates with your advertising representative.
Ads less than $200/issue must be paid with check for full contract value in advance of placement or by Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express prior to each placement. All others may be invoiced with approved credit application. All payments should be made to PrintComm.
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