23 September 2019

Current advertising rates

Te Waha Nui means "The Big Mouth", but we're not bragging – instead we only hope the talent comes across loud and clear. Te Waha Nui is a regular newspaper featuring stories on a wide range of topics. The newspaper is produced by the Auckland University of Technology’s School of Communication Studies as part of the Editing and Design (semester one) and News Production (semester two) courses. All stories and pages are written, subbed and designed by AUT student journalists.

The paper prints 2000 copies and circulates on campus and in the CBD and also nationally through a subscriber mailing list.

Limited advertising space available

Display advertising specs:
Fullpage: 390mm x 265mm
Halfpage: 195mm x 265mm
Quarter page: 195mm x 132mm
Five column strip: 80mm x 265mm
Single column width: 50mm
Double column width: 105mm

2006 rates (gst inclusive):
Fullpage: mono $250 Four colour: $375
Halfpage: mono $150 Four colour: $225
Quarter page: $75
Five column strip (5/cols x 8cm): $50

Other sizes, prices by negotiation with the course staff.

Advertisements must be supplied by email or CD-Rom in tif or pdf format min 200 dpi.

Billing is done through the AUT Finance Department and School of Communication Studies .

Publication deadlines 2006:

  • Issue No 13: Advertising – Aug 7, Publication date – Aug 18.
  • Issue No 14: Advertising – Aug 21, Publication date – Sep 1.
  • Issue No 15: Advertising – Sep 4, Publication date – Sep 29.
  • Issue No 16: Advertising – Oct 12, Publication date – Oct 13.

Contact the course lecturers Allan Lee and Greg Treadwell:
Te Waha Nui
School of Communication Studies
AUT University
Private Bag 92006
Auckland 1142
Aotearoa/New Zealand

Tel: (09) 921 9999 x 7010 or 7011
Fax: (09) 921 9987
Email: wahanui@aut.ac.nz

Website: www.journalism.aut.ac.nz

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