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Under the Trees at Tanglewood. Photo © 2008 Michael Miller.
Under the Trees at Tanglewood. Photo © 2008 Michael Miller.

Reach the most educated, affluent public at minimal expense.

Sponsor a valuable cultural resource with local roots and a global audience, supporting the best of the arts in the Berkshires.

 

The Berkshire Review is a gourmet feast for hungry thought-addicts. We all should acknowledge with gratitude our place at the banquet table.” Paula Robison, flutist

Focus:

Classical music, opera, dance, theater, film, art, photography, architecture and city planning, books, travel, restaurants, food and drink.

Read  “About The Berkshire Review.” and “About New York Arts, an International Journal for the Arts

45,000 visits from  19,000 unique visitors, and 800,000 hits per month.

Affluent, highly educated readers from over 95 countries around the world, keenly interested in the cultural events in New York, London, Paris, Los Angeles—wherever they call home—and the summer festivals of the Berkshires as well!

Of these:

◆ 20% live in the Northeast (36% – New York Arts alone)

◆ 10% in New York (27% – New York Arts alone)

◆ 45% in the USA (64% New York Arts alone)

◆ 6% in Massachusetts

◆ 8% each in France and the UK

◆ 34% in Europe (25% – New York Arts alone)

◆ 6% on the West Coast (8% – New York Arts alone)

A recent audience survey told us that:

◆ 65% of our readers have bachelors’ degrees

◆ 35% hold post-graduate degrees

◆ 30% receive $100,000 to $250,000 a year in income

◆ 35% receive $60,000 to $100,000 a year in income

◆ 25% go to a performance or visit a museum twice a week or more

◆ 28% go to a performance or visit a museum once a week

◆ 31% go to a performance or visit a museum once a month

◆ 50% prefer to read printed books

Click here for our Quantcast demographics.

 

A few of our readers’ favorite destinations:

1. The Berkshires, including VT, NH, CT, and the Hudson Valley: Tanglewood, Bard Music Festival, Tannery Pond Concerts, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Berkshire Thatre Festival, Shakespeare & Company, Barrington Stage Company, Clark Art Institute, and others. 

2.  New York (home for most of our readers): Carnegie Hall, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Broadway, Lincoln Center, Metropolitan Opera, New York Philharmonic, Joyce Theater, and many others.

3. Boston: Boston Early Music Festival, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston Lyric Opera, Emmanuel Music, and others.

4. The Rest of the World: After New York, our largest groups of readers are in Paris, London, and Sydney.

 

Who will benefit from advertising?

Any business or non-profit near our prime destinations: universities, colleges, schools, hotels, bed and breakfasts, restaurants, galleries, antique, jewellery, and clothing shops, real estate agents, and many others. Arts organizations, publishers, recording companies, banking, wealth management, etc.

Rates

Ad Type

Ad Specs

Price per month

1. Rotating leaderboard above header, run of site

728/960 x 90 px

$750

2. Rotating ads on sidebars, run of site

160 x 360 px

$500

3. Small bottom left sidebar ads (all pages)

125 x 125 px

$250

Discounts for extended commitments

3 months – 5%

6 months – 10%

7-12 months 15%

Download our spec sheet.

All ads are linked to your homepage or whatever URL you designate.

Full Stats are available to advertisers.

All ads are subject to approval by the publisher, who reserves the right to refuse any advertisement, especially in the case of rich media (Flash) ads.

Payment is due via credit card (accepted through PayPal) before the placement of the ad. Checks must clear before placement.

Questions?

Contact: advertising [at] berkshirereview [dot] net or phone: (917) 993-0884.

We design ads, too, and offer photographic services and web design from a variety of talented and experienced professionals. Contact us for rates and more information at advertising [at] berkshirereview [dot] net.

New York Arts was launched in May 2012 and  The Berkshire Review for the Arts in 2007. They are now established as highly respected sources for in-depth expert reviews, previews, and articles about the arts festivals, exhibitions, restaurants, and attractions of the Berkshires, as well as events in Boston and New York City, where many of our summer residents spend the winter. Our core readers, people who return to the Berkshires year after year for its cultural life, know the best in the arts and expect the most informed and discriminating criticism. As coverage in print media decline, arts enthusiasts have to keep informed through online sources.

We use the latest features of Internet 2.0 to expand our base. We are connected with all of the major social sites, including Facebook, TwitterLinkedIn, Google+Tumblr, and others. We will build an interactive website for you to communicate with your customers. Ask for an estimate!

updated 5/25/2015

A tip for our readers: How to get the most out of New York Arts and The Berkshire Review for the Arts.
What if I hate reading on computer screens, even tablets?
We get occasional inquiries from readers about whether we plan to launch a print edition of our arts journals. The answer is that we've given it some thought, and we're still thinking about it.
It is not only our older readers who object to reading them online. There are even some millennials who would rather read from paper. One of our readers got the simple idea of using the sites as sophisticated tables of contents. She prints out each article on three-hole paper and files them in a loose-leaf album. I've devoted a lot of time to finding the very best print and pdf facility there is. Just click on one of the icons at the top right of the article and print!
Click here to make your tax-deductible donation to The Arts Press, publisher of New York Arts and The Berkshire Review. Or click on the notice in the sidebar. The Arts Press is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of The Arts Press must be made payable to“Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.