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Founded in December 2009, The Prisma is an independent and multicultural newspaper run by a group of professional journalists and experts as well as young and enthusiastic graduate people.

The Guardian newspaper featured a story about The Prisma!!

We are the unique bilingual English/Spanish in the UK!! made by immigrants for immigrants.


  The Prisma aims…

 

  • To strengthen ties between the Latin American community, other immigrant communities and British society.
  •  To provide news and report on the cultural, social, political and economic situation in Latin America and Spanish speaking countries as well as the UK.
  • To highlight the values of people from these Latin American communities.
  • To provide information to refugees, asylum seekers, and other immigrants on the changes in immigration laws, their civil rights, everyday problems.
  • To promote interest in Spanish language by providing a bilingual paper that can be used as a teaching aid.
  • To offer training to immigrants and native residents in the UK as journalists, translators, proofreaders, photographers, designers and other professions.

 

Why to advertise in The Prisma?

 

  • The Prisma is the only bilingual (Spanish/English) publication in the UK focused on multiculturalism, the life of Latin-American immigrants, Spanish speakers, and on informing British and Latin American readers about their two societies.
  •  The Prisma has become an important and established channel for the communication of news, issues and many other aspects of Latin-American immigrants.
  • The Guardian newspaper featured a story about The Prisma, and has cited us as a source.
  • The number of visitors to The Prisma varies and has increased steadily in 1 year: The weekly number of readers varies from between 40,000 to in excess of 200,000.
  • The Prisma works through co-operation and relies on the support, solidarity and understanding of everyone involved. This opens for the first time a unique journalistic space in the UK.
  • We receive an average of 5.0000 unique hits a day to 28.000 hits a day.
  • We offer a variety of ways to promote your Business and services and prices start from as little as £30 per week.
  • We have a range of advertising options, including display and classified advertising, advertorials and ‘on page’ sponsorship. We understand that every business has different budgets and goals.

Our new Ratecard (now 35% discount!)

 

 
Style of Advert Advert Size Max File Size Cost Per Week (ROS) Cost Per Week (ROC) Cost Per Month (ROS) Cost Per Month (ROC)
Leader Board 728 x 90 40k £490 £480 £1600 £1600
Wide Skyscraper 300 x 600 40k £470 £460 £1500 £1500
Skyscraper 120 x 600 40k £370 £360 £1250 £1250
Horizontal Banner 630 x 160 40k £320 £310 £1200 £1200
Rectangle 384 x 253 40K £310 £310 £900 £900
Medium Rectangle 300 x 250 40k £100 £100 £400 £400
Vertical Banner 192 x 253 30k £110 £110 £440 £440
Half Banner 384 x 60 40k £80 £80 £320 £320
Small Banner 192 x 60 30K £70 £70 £280 £280

  *Key To Terms
ROS – Run of Site. Run of Site means an advert will appear anywhere on a web site.

ROC – Run of Category. Run of Category means a banner will appear within a specific category/section on a web site, or on the front page. (Only for special advertisement Special Supplements).

Site Specific: This means you can choose a particular section of the website in which to place your ad.  This allows you to concentrate on more specific audiences.



2014 Special December offer!



Medium Rectangle: pay 2 weeks, get 1 week advertisement!!!


- Advert Sizes: the sizes here are given in pixels. The sizes shown are in kilobytes.

- Final Art: £30 plus Additional 3%

- Interactive Ad (link) Additional 3%

- See bellow The Prisma Ad Formats, and any queries, contact us on:

sales@theprisma.co.uk



The Prisma News

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  • Comments, In Focus Palestine… Imprisoned in the open air

    Palestine… Imprisoned in the open air

    The genocide committed against Palestine is reminiscent of the Napoleonic phrase: “God is on the side with the best artillery.” It hits/ your whip is daring/  it teaches us to be stubborn/ and of the contempt of the threats/ our destiny is transformed in/ resistance… (Palestinian poetry).   Armando...

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  • Culture, Globe, Latin America, Listings, Screen Documentary captures the presidency of Hugo Chávez

    Documentary captures the presidency of Hugo Chávez

    On 29th July, the East London Venezuela Solidarity Campaign will be screening a short film entitled “Chávez”, in partnership with the coordinator of the movement.   Luis Castro’s documentary charts the transformation that Venezuela has undergone since Chávez was first elected to the presidency...

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    The story of how Lennon’s strawberry fields came to be

     The fact that John Lennon wrote ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ in Almeria has been referred to before in historical accounts about the Beatles but the artist’s Spanish involvement went beyond this and  included some abortive projects such as the film that never was with bullfighter ‘El Cordobes’(the...

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  • Comments, EdgeNotes, In Focus Money rules

    Money rules

    Society is being hollowed out by a set of non-values which are overwhelming ever other set of criteria for evaluating worth.   Steve Latham   F. S. Michaels’ book, “Monoculture. How one story is changing everything”, analyses the deep structure of our culture’s infatuation with wealth. It...

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    The real drama is in the ‘corridor of death’

    The documentary film ‘Who is Dayani Cristal’ will premiere in British cinemas on July 25th, the story of a migrant whose body was found in this deadly area of desert.   The film is directed by Marc Silver and produced by Gael Garcia Bernal, and is based on real events. The film shows the arduous...

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    Don Quijote rides into London

    “The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quijote de la Mancha”, a new play directed and performed by the company Little Soldiers, opens on 23rd July.   By Virginia Moreno Molina   The Little Soldiers company made its debut in London in 2010 with a piece entitled Pakita: Stimulating, Bitter, and Necessary....

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    Praise to forgetfulness

    Fanatical fans are from everywhere not only here in this country of crazy, violent, passionate people… without passion, they want to see themselves reflected in the heroic ball-playing characters, but the next day they still don’t agree on anything.   Armando Orozco Tovar   Forgetfullness...

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  • Comments, EdgeNotes, In Focus Playing with dragons

    Playing with dragons

    How do we fill that vast expanse of empty time during the post-university phase of early adult life, before working out what to do with the rest of our lives?   Steve Latham   We drift through endless days, unsure of our purpose, attempting to fill the hours with something, anything, while we cogitate...

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    The tower of bats

    “We start to talk of food/ when we replace/ water with the essence of blood”. Fabio Arias.   Armando Orozco Tovar   It was during the years when thousands of members of Colombia’s left-wing “Unión Patriótica” party were assassinated throughout the country. At the height of this...

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    Fred Jordao: cultural cleansing & carnival in Brazil

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    Recognition as a ontological and human relationship

    Recognition is looking in the mirror at the other to build a community that is not homogeneous but diverse.   Claudio Chipana G.   Here are some thoughts on the issue of recognition. Recognition in its broadest sense embraces the individual in their uniqueness and in the constitution of the...

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    NHS on a knife edge

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    Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), developed by Albert Ellis, is the latest fad to sweep the world of counselling. And I have benefitted personally. Steve Latham   Claiming to be based on rigorous empirical research, CBT is supposedly superior to old-fashioned psycho-therapy, with its time-consuming...

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    Tarragona welcomes a new edition of the International Scan Photography Festival, which is organising a gathering between artists and fans to discuss and share ideas about this art form. The event will take place on the 24th and 25th of October, following the selection of the in June.   Once again, the...

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    Deprived of General Practice?

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    The Internet continues to revolutionise world trade

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