Derek Jeter’s 3,000th Hit – Newsday Special Section

Newsday is printing a special commemorative section to celebrate Derek Jeter’s 3,000th hit. This will be a full-circulation section – home delivery and newsstands, printed on bright white paper. Newsday is printing the section in advance so it will be published the day after the 3,000th hit. Advertising rates are highly discounted and include color. In addition to the printed ads in the section, all advertisers will be entitled to a bonus web ad (estimated 250,000 impressions). When you submit the print ad, you may also submit a cube or a banner, which Newsday will then post for free on the sports section and/or This special section will receive lots of immediate exposure when it is published and should have an extended shelf life.

The anticipated date for publication is anywhere between June 7 and June 17. Please contact us if your company is interested in placing an ad.

Cablevision Knicks packages

The New York Knicks are hotter than ever and now, with the recent addition of Carmelo “Melo” Anthony, their ratings are soaring. Cablevision is offering to sell premier ad spots during the game for $450 per :30 spot. After last night’s win, there are 14 games left. Each commercial comes with one or two taggable MSG promo spots, featuring your logo. Get in the game now to showcase your brand to NY sports fans. Call PRMG for more info.

2010-2011 NCAA Football

ESPN will be broadcasting this season’s NCAA Football games from December 18th to January 10, 2011. Verizon FiOS is currently looking for Island-wide advertisers to run commercials during the games. There is a package available for $4,000 that gets you 122 :30 spots – that’s less than $35 per spot! This is an excellent way to reach serious sports fans in the comfort of their own homes.

27x- 1 spot in each of the regular bowl games
4x- 1spot in each BCS Bowl Game
1x in BCS Championship Game
30x- 6a-12m rotators ESPN U
30x- 6a-12m rotators on ESPN News
30x- 6a-12m rotators on ESPN Classic
Total Commercials : 122 spots

College Football Bowls