Tennessee’s Quarter Page Network
The newspapers of Tennessee have come together to provide affordable 1/4 page ads.
Through one rep, your 1/4 page ad can appear in 70 paid subscription newspapers across the state; saving you time and money.
• TnQPN saves more than $15,800!
By using TnQPN to place your 1/4 page ad across the state, you save more than 40% over the National Retail Rates.
• TnQPN saves time!
You don’t have to contact multiple newspapers for ad placement.
One phone call 931-624-8916 or email to TPS and we’ll take it from there.
Discounted Network Rates:
• Statewide in 73 paid subscription newspapers + 12 shoppers
$12,000 per week
• East Tennessee in 22 newspapers + 9 shoppers
$5,175 per week
• Middle Tennessee in 32 newspapers + 2 shoppers
$5,175 per week
• West Tennessee in 19 newspapers + 1 shopper
$4,075 per week
The actual ad dimensions are 5.25″ w by 10.5″ h and 4.875″ w by 7.5″ h
The list of newspapers that participate in TnQPN can be found by clicking here.
Deadlines are Tuesdays at Noon for placement the following week.
Several other states operate Quarter Page Networks. Through TPS, your ad can be placed in those states. Call us for a quote, today!
For more information or to place your ad, contact Becky with TPS, 931.624.8916 or email@example.com.
A Few details To Keep In Mind:
- Participating newspapers publish the ads once during the week. The exact publication day is at the discretion of the newspapers.
- TPS or any participating newspaper reserves the right to reject any ad based upon ad acceptance policy.
- TPS reserves the right to amend its rates, circulation, and number of publications at any time.
- Network Ads are always prepaid.
- Because of the low cost of the program and high number of participating newspapers, it is not possible to offer individual tearsheets. However, upon request, the association will furnish an affidavit that a particular ad was distributed to newspapers or will obtain 2-3 e-tearsheets from random newspapers for proof of publication if the request is made before the ad runs.