Rural Electric Nebraskan Magazine Micro MediaKit

Sector & Type

Consumer

Regional Magazine
Published by
The Nebraska Rural Electric Association (NREA)
AdSprouts Classification
Region
Frequency
Bi-weekly

Rural Electric Nebraskan Magazine

Rural Electric Nebraskan Magazine

The Rural Electric Nebraskan (REN) has been published since January 1947.

The role of the Rural Electric Nebraskan is to chronicle the benefits and challenges of rural community life, inform consumers of the status of the rural electrification programs, inform consumers about the challenges faced by rural electric service providers and to provide electrical safety and energy conservation information.

The Rural Electric Nebraskan magazine publishes articles of interest to rural Nebraskans, especially those which both inform and entertain our readers, most of whom are farmers and ranchers. The Rural Electric Nebraskan works to address the following issues: rural health care, rural education, rural transportation, rural economic development and other aspects of rural living, especially those that show the relationship between rural electrification and the quality of rural life.

The Rural Electric Nebraskan is published monthly and is distributed to nearly 60,000 rural households in 70 Nebraska Counties.

Editorial & Photo Credit: Rural Electric Nebraskan Magazine's website.

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Rural Electric Nebraskan Magazine Micro MediaKit™ Metrics

Circulation

63,000

(subscribers, print)

Brand Reach

136,850

(audience, all mediums)

Estimated Print Rate

$1,067

(full page, 4C, open)

Demographics/Readers

Electric cooperative consumers in rural and suburban areas


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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