California Daily Display Ad Network

CDDN Daily Newspaper Display Ad Network

CDDN (California Daily Newspaper Display Ad Network)
— Display Ad network of 52 daily newspapers in 26 counties reaching 13
million readers per run. CDDN ads run one time in one week timeframe in
each of the network newspapers for a total of 52 ads. The cost for a
black and white business size card ad is $138.46 per ad per newspaper or
$7,200. Three (3) of the top 25 newspapers in the nation are in this
network [L.A. Times, Orange County Register and U-T San Diego].

Rates

$7,200
for 2×2 b/w display ad [3.75”w x 2”h] — 155+ ads — one time in one week
timeframe in each of the network newspapers — run date specified. Other
sizes are available. Call Cecelia @ 916-288-6011 for information and
rates or cecelia@cnpa.com

Specials

Buy 1 CDDN display ad, Get 1 Free CDCN Classified 25-word line ad (reg. $995)

Circulation and Readership Statistics*

Combined total circulation — 3.95 million

Combined total readership — 13 million

*Newspaper circulation and readership numbers subject to change without notice

Deadline

Wednesday 5:00 p.m. PST for one day specified the following week starting Monday and ending Sunday

Guidelines & Standards

Ads
will be placed if they are appropriate for family oriented readers and
provided that the content meets all state and federal laws. The
advertiser is responsible for legal compliance in the ad copy provided.

We
have a contract with all participating daily newspapers to run CDDN ads
placed. Individual newspapers may reject a particular ad that does not
meet the newspaper’s regular approval policy. Any ad that meets CNPA
standards as outlined above will normally run in 99% of the network.
Newspaper compliance is monitored and tear sheets are provided.

Prepayment
is required by deadline. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express
and Discover. Established credit with terms for orders that exceed $10K.

Placing Your Order

Call Cecelia at 916-288-6011 or cecelia@cnpa.com for customized DMA or regional quote.