IASA Journal advertising
The IASA Journal is published twice a year with special contributions, reports and reviews.
IASA was established in 1969 to create a forum for international co-operation between archives, libraries and individuals interested in the preservation of recorded sound and audiovisual documents. IASA has a membership of about 500 individual and institutional members. IASA members represent a diverse range of collection interests, including music, folklore, oral history, historical and broadcast recordings, and are leaders in the development of good practice and the dissemination of information on collection development and access, documentation and metadata, copyright and ethics, and conservation and preservation. IASA follows closely the progress of technology and the association’s members can call upon a pool of expertise for help and advice on digitization and with problems arising from the use of computer storage systems for heritage collections.
Through our annual conference, the IASA Journal, published twice a year, the Information Bulletin, the IASA listserv, and the IASA website, IASA promotes the open and ongoing exchange of ideas and information on current issues in the audiovisual field.
IASA Journal Rates
- Inner front cover €150
- Inner back cover €150
- Outer back cover €300
- Full page in text €100
IASA Journal Deadlines
- April 1 for June Issue
- October 1 for December Issue
The IASA Journal is a perfect bound book (170mm wide x 245mm tall)
- Full page and back cover (170mmx245mm)
- Half page vertical (80mmx245mm)
- Half page horizontal (160mmx120mm)
- Quarter page (80mmx120mm)
Acceptable Copy Formats:
If on disc, freehand on Mac preferable. Word or PowerPoint documents on a PC disk acceptable. Include all fonts on the disk, or printer will divert its version of the font to a similar font, and copy may wrap differently.
Most Word processing programs can be converted. Include hard copy with disc.
Electronic artwork is accepted. Camera – ready copy, negative, right reading, emulsion – down preferred. Artwork can be shot to size; film form should be to size. No colour or bleeds. Black and white only; 133 line screen halftones. Advertisements generated electronically may be submitted as email attachments or on disk as a PDF file at 300 dpi.
All advertising is subject to editorial approval
Artwork will be disposed of six months after publication unless return is specified.
To arrange advertising in all IASA publications contact:
Editor: Cassandra Gallegos
George Blood Audio,
21 West Highland Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19118, U.S.A.
Phone: +1 215-248-2100
Fax: +1 215-242-2177