5280 Magazine Micro MediaKit
5280, the Denver magazine, is the award-winning guide to culture, dining, politics, and living well in the Mile High City.
If you're new to Denver, it may take a second or two to figure out that 5280 takes its name from the city's mile-high elevation - 5,280 feet above sea level. It's an unusual name for an out-of-the ordinary magazine that in 1993.
5280 stories like "Top of the Town, "Top Doctors," and our annual restaurant guide quickly became the focus of discussions at cocktail parties and water coolers all over town, not to mention frequent coverage in other area media.
Today, we have more readers than any local magazine in Colorado, with a total distribution of more than 85,000. In fact, in Denver, 5280 outsells most national publications, with a readership that exceeds such well-known national magazines as Time, People, Oprah, and Martha Stewart Living. Our popularity hasn't meant a sacrifice in quality: A finalist for four National Magazine Awards, 5280 was recently named one of the five best city magazines in America by the City and Regional Magazine Association.
Editorial & Photo Credit: 5280 Magazine's website.
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Note: Circulation, Brand Reach and Rates are estimates only. These are not always available and may not be completely correct. There are many factors influencing current figures, so please contact the magazine's advertising team for today's exact figures.
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