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WEBSITE ADS

Ad Item Dimensions Lead Time
(business days)
Example
Leaderboard Banner 728x90 2
Super Leaderboard Banner 970x90 2
IMU 1 & IMU 2 300x250 2
News Queue Ad 320x50 2
Skyscraper 160x600 2
Homepage Takeover 728x90, 300x250, Wallpaper Ad 5
Wallpaper Ad (Book Ends) Two vertical style ads shown to the right and left of main content 5
Welcome Ad Interstitial type ad. A Full Page Ad shown before a visitor is redirected to the first regular site page. 5
White Paper Postings as direct download or lead generation type Max Downloads= 3
Lead-Gen= 5
Video Syndication Posting of client video 5
Subcategory Sponsorship 728x90, 300x250, Company Logo, Education Resource Box (Minimum 2 assets / Max 4 assets) 5


EMAIL NEWSLETTER SPONSORSHIPS

Name Description / Schedule Lead Time
(business days)
Example
Light Reading Daily HTML Newsletter. Sent Monday through Friday. 5
Light Reading Weekly HTML Newsletter. Sent Thursdays. 5
Light Reading's Service Provider IT Newsletter HTML Newsletter. Sent Wednesdays. 5
Light Reading Europe E-Newsletter HTML Newsletter. Sent weekly on Thursdays. 5
Light Reading Asia E-Newsletter HTML Newsletter. Sent weekly on Wednesdays. 5
Light Reading Cable Daily HTML Newsletter. Sent Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 5
Light Reading Mobile Daily HTML Newsletter. Sent Monday through Friday. 3
Light Reading Mobile Weekly HTML Newsletter. Sent Tuesdays. 5
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