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The Adweek Blog Network
The Adweek Blog Network (formerly Mediabistro) is made up of nine industry-leading, continuously-updated websites covering the inner workings of the media industry aimed at media and advertising professionals. The blogs cover the key verticals from social media to TV news; from advertising to PR; book and web publishing, newspapers, magazines, radio and digital.
AgencySpy – Breaking news and dish from the top agencies
FishbowlDC – Breaking media news and views in DC
FishbowlNY – Breaking media news and views in NYC
GalleyCat – Where publishing professionals get their news
LostRemote – The latest in social TV evolution
PRNewser – Insider news and perspective on the world of PR
SocialTimes – Your social media daily source
TVNewser – Insider perspective on network TV news
TVSpy – A daily fix of all things local TV news
Morning Media Newsfeed – The daily information source spanning topics including social media, advertising and PR, TV and video, publishing, design and ad tech
The Adweek Blog Network (ABN) has the same layout as Adweek.com with a top and lower 728×90 and a top and lower 300×250. Each of the blogs can be individually targeted, or for a broader reach, a Run of Network is available.
ABN supports each of the blogs with its own Newsletter. In addition there are two larger newsletters: the Morning Media Newsfeed and the Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
The Newsletters have a similar layout to the blogs and use the same banner sizes (300×250 and 728×90) which enable a combination program.
ABN also offers Sponsored Content opportunities with custom content from the advertiser allowing you to reach your customer with a tailored message to generate leads.
.EDU Special Program
Many Colleges and Universities find the Adweek Blog Network works well for lead generation. We have a unique .EDU program that supports these efforts.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your .EDU email address for more information on this program.