Newspapers of New England publishes four dailies, three weeklies and other subsidiary publications, in print and online, covering a large part of New Hampshire and western Massachusetts. Media brands include the Concord Monitor, Valley News and Monadnock Ledger-Transcript in New Hampshire and The Recorder, Daily Hampshire Gazette, and Valley Advocate in Massachusetts. NNE also owns multiple presses and provides commercial printing services throughout New England.
NNE Publications’ Reach
- More than 4,750,00 Monthly Page Views,
- More than 940,000 Monthly Unique Visitors
- Combined Print Circulation 72,500
In New Hampshire
The Concord Monitor is more than a bustling hub for primary candidates. A Pulitzer Prize winning daily located in the capital city of battleground New Hampshire, The Concord Monitor is Central New Hampshire’s dominant media with more than 70 percent household penetration. “The Monitor” is a key source of news and information. In addition to the daily and Sunday print editions, there is no better way to capture Central New Hampshire’s attention than with concordmonitor.com and its hundreds of thousands unique visitors a month.
The award winning Valley News is the dominant news outlet in the Upper Valley and along the New Hampshire/Vermont border, serving 22 western New Hampshire communities and 24 communities in eastern Vermont. The Valley News has a diverse readership, which shares a fierce loyalty to their daily news source. Site: http:www.vnews.com.
The Monadnock Region of Southern New Hampshire is home to the most active people in the state. The twice-weekly Monadnock Ledger-Transcript is at the center of this market and is an indispensable part of their day making it a must have for any online or print campaign. Site: http://www.ledgertranscript.com
The community is engaged by its daily news source, GazetteNet.com, and turns to it for timely information and updates on key issues. The Gazette distributes 17,000 copies Monday through Saturday and 60% of Hampshire County adults read the print or online product weekly. Gazette readers have median incomes of $64,000 and more than 60% have a bachelors degree or higher.
In Amherst, home of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst College and Hampshire College, more than 8,500 residences receive the Gazette’s weekly newspaper. The Amherst Bulletin is delivered weekly to all off-campus housing. Sites: http://www.gazettenet.com, http://www.amherstbulletin.com
Franklin County’s daily newspaper, The Recorder, has been covering local issues since the original G.W. (George Washington) was president. Readers have come to expect clear, concise, objective coverage and insightful analysis. Today, The Recorder continues to deliver that information to our community in all forms with more than half of our population subscribing online or in print. Take advantage of our tradition and get your message to the Greenfield Massachusetts region today. Site: http://www.recorder.com
The Valley Advocate is a well-established free weekly that has delivered investigative journalism and lively coverage of the political and cultural scene to Western Massachusetts for nearly 40 years. The Advocate is distributed at more than 800 outlets to readers in Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties. The Advocate audience is between the ages of 18-54. Compared to the overall population, Advocate readers are better educated, have higher incomes, and a greater percentage are homeowners. A high percentage describe themselves as Independents active in political or social causes. Though it is an “alternative paper” for many it is their primary source of local news and information. Site: http://www.valleyadvocate.com