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The Jewish Press accepts only PRE-PAID classified ads. Cash, check or credit cards are accepted. All ads must be submitted in writing.
Classified ad rates are based on a single county rate of $10.00 for the first 15 words; 10 cents each additional word. The rate doubles to run in both papers.
DISPLAY CLASSIFIEDS: Boxed ads with varying size type; logos and photos are available at the open column inch rate. There is a $5 charge for each photo.
PERSONALS: Ads are charged as other classified ads.
Classifieds do not appear on the website, except as part of the digital version of the newspaper.
The Jewish Press is a 5-column tabloid-size newspaper.
Pages are 10.25 inches (61 picas) wide by 16 inches tall.
Display advertising is sold by the column inch. A column inch is 1.9 inches (11p6 picas) wide by 1-inch tall. There is .167 ” (1 pica) between columns.
Photographs are reproduced using a 100-line screen; digital photos need to have a 300 dpi resolution.
Color ads must be CMYK.
Camera-ready ads must be sent as digital files, by e-mail as a high-quality PDF, JPG, TIF or EPS.
The Jewish Press accepts camera-ready ads or on a limited basis will design and create ads to use in the Jewish Press — at no extra charge.
The paper will design an ad utilizing its in-house resources including limited fonts and graphics, based on the advertiser’s suggestions. The advertiser must supply print-quality artwork such as company logos, photos, etc. as a pdf, tif, jpg or eps.
If an advertiser wants a very specific ad with specialty fonts and graphics — or if the advertiser needs multiple choices before a decision can be made — that advertiser needs to employ a graphic design agency to produce a camera-ready ad.
Proofs & Responsibilities
One proof is allowed for minor changes or corrections.
Proofs should be checked carefully for typographical errors, especially in names, addresses, telephone numbers.
Once the advertiser checks the proof and approves it for publication, the Jewish Press is not responsible for errors in the ad.
The Jewish Press also takes no responsibility for errors in camera-ready ads.
The paper and its printer make every effort to publish the highest quality photos and other graphics, but cannot guarantee the newsprint reproduction. Advertisers should also be advised that the color they see on their computer screen is not necessarily exactly the same as what will appear in the paper.