Hawaii Reporter is an online, daily newspaper that was launched in February 2002, and covers business, politics, government and education issues. Hawaii Reporter continues to be one of the state’s most trusted resource for political, educational and business news.
Why advertise in Hawaii Reporter?
Hawaii Reporter has been featured in numerous media outlets around the world including ABC 20/20, American Journalism Review, Associated Press in Tokyo, Associated Press U.S., Boston.com, Budget and Tax News, BusinessWeek.com, Clear Channel’s number one and two radio talk shows in Denver, Drudge Report, First Amendment Center, Forbes.com, Fox News Network, Freedom Forum, Gun Talk Radio, GunWeek Magazine, Hawaii Bulletin Board - K108 Sunday Mornings, Hawaii Business Magazine, Hawaii Parent magazine, Hawaii Public Radio, The Honolulu Advertiser, Honolulu Magazine, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, HonoluluTraffic.com, Honolulu Weekly, Houston Chronicle, KCCN Radio, KGMB TV 9, KHNL News, KHON TV News 2, KITV News 4, KSSK with Perry & Price, Liberty Magazine, Midweek, MSNBC.com, National Review, News Behind the News, NRA Magazine, NRA Radio, Opinion Journal, Olelo Television, Orange County Register, Pacific Business News, PBS Hawaii, Rick Hamada Morning Show, Rush Limbaugh (web site), Samoa News, School Reform News, Small Business News, United Press International, Wall Street Journal, Washington Times foreign bureau, Women and Guns Magazine and WPAL Radio in Baltimore, Maryland.
Hawaii Reporter has worked as a consultant to ABC 20/20, FOX News and as a researcher for the New York Post and also hosts a weekly television show, News Behind the News, which airs weekly on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. on Channel 54. The show has featured exclusive interviews with Hawaii’s political, business and military leaders including former Governor Benjamin Cayetano, former Congressman Ed Case, Hawaii State Attorney General Mark Bennett, Honolulu City Prosecutor Peter Carlisle, U.S. Judge Sam King, State Sen. Sam Slom and prominent local authors Randall Roth, Bob Sigall and Ken Schoolland.
The ads are available to view at http://www.hawaiireporter.com and are logo ads that link to Web addresses. Four sizes of ads are available:
1) a tile size is 210 pixels wide by 115 pixels tall and costs $150 / month
2) a square size is 300 pixels wide by 250 pixels tall and costs $250 / month
3) a skyscraper size is 210 pixels wide by 450 pixels tall and costs $350 /
month plus tax.
4) a horizontal size is 463 pixels wide x 57 pixels tall and costs $200 / month plus tax.
The above rates are for ads on the front page, based on availability.
Spaces available on the inside pages include the following:
- A tile size ad running in all the editorial and feature sections costs $200 / month plus tax.
- The horizontal size ad following the full stories and located before the comments is $50 / month plus tax.
- Or buy a tile size ad for the front page and on all the inside pages and the rate is $300 / month plus tax.
Discounts are available for non-profit organizations: the rate is $50 off per
month from the regular ad rates.
Buy ads for multiple time frames, and the per month discounts are as
1x rate = 100%
3x rate = 90%
6x rate = 75%
12x rate = 65%
24x rate = 50%
Ads are paid for in advance. Pay with Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover cards or mail a check for the total amount due to Hawaii Reporter and sent to the mailing address at P.O. Box 11664, Honolulu, HI 96828. Once the size ad and length of time for advertising is determined, a total price will be determined.
The ad needs to be emailed in the requested size in a jpg (jpeg), gif or animated gif format, along with the Web address where the ad will link.
Any questions, call Malia at 808-306-3161 or email.