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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



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