Advertise in the Irish Arts Review
The Irish Arts Review is Ireland’s flagship cultural publication. Published four times a year and read by 40,000 people worldwide, it is Ireland’s most prestigious advertising medium.
|Publication Dates 2020|
|Spring:||28 February||Ad copy deadline 30 January|
|Summer:||29 May||Ad copy deadline 24 April|
|Autumn:||28 August||Ad copy deadline 17 July|
|Winter:||20 Nov||Ad copy deadline 16 October|
Yvonne Smalley [email protected]
Tel: +353 1 676 6711
|Double Page Spread||€ 7,000 plus vat|
|Full Page||€ 4,000 plus vat|
|1/2 Page||€ 2,000 plus vat|
|1/4 Page||€ 1,000 plus vat|
|1/8 Page||€ 500 plus vat|
– DPS: 460 x 300mm centred with 4mm bleed and registration/crop marks offset by 5mm
– Full page: 230 x 300mm, centred with 4mm bleed and registration/crop marks offset by 5mm.
– 1/2 page (landscape): 205 x 130mm
– 1/2 Page (Portrait): 100 x 265mm
– 1/4 Page (Portrait Only): 100 x 130mm
– 1/8 Page (Landscape Only): 100 x 62mm
Media: PDFs only
Proofs: Mac compatible CD or Download details.
All PDFs must be generated using the PDF/x-1a:2001 presets. Any PDFs in the RGB colour space will be converted and may result in undesired colours. PDFs must be supplied at the final printed size in CMYK format with no spot colours, all fonts embedded and with all images at 300dpi resolution. The ideal CMYK profile for Irish Arts Review is ‘ISOCoatedFogra39’
For full page adverts there should be a 4mm bleed all around and crop marks must be offset by 5mm or 15pt. Text and logos must be within a safe area of 8 – 10mm from the edge of page on industry standard colour proof such as digital cromalin must be supplied with supplied ad copy to check for colour and copy accuracy. If a proof is not supplied, the IAR will not accept responsibility for any discrepancies or variations in colour caused during printing process.
Placement: Although every effort is made to accommodate requests for positions, specific placements for 1/4 & 1/8 page adverts cannot be guaranteed.