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Why advertise with us? The Other Oregon is a high-quality magazine that offers a unique audience of readers who hold political and economic power in the state.

TOO magazine is distributed in print by mail to 5,000 key decision makers in Oregon each quarter: • Oregon’s U.S. Congressional delegation • State legislators and heads of state agencies • County commissioners and judges • Mayors and city managers • Leaders of chambers and economic development groups • Major foundations • Leaders of colleges and universities • Media organizations • Leaders of large businesses in metro areas • Others by request

Advertising Rates

Ad Size 4 Issues 2 Issues Open Rate Size Bleed Size
Full Page $1,850 $1,975 $2,125 8.375” x 10.875” 8.875” x 11.375”
Half page horizontal $975 $1,050 $1,125 7.625″ x 4.917″
Half page vertical $975 $1,050 $1,125 3.729″ x 10″
Quarter page $500 $535 $575 3.729″ x 4.917″
Premium positions:
Doubletruck $3,900 $4,150 $4,450 16.75” x 10.875” 17.25″ x 11.375″
Back cover $2,200 $2,325 $2,475 8.375” x 10.875” 8.875” x 11.375”
Inside front $2,125 $2,250 $2,400 8.375” x 10.875” 8.875” x 11.375”
Inside back $2,075 $2,200 $2,350 8.375” x 10.875” 8.875” x 11.375”
Non-profit charity discount = 15%

Advertising Deadlines

Summer 2022 
Ad Copy Deadline: May 27
Ad Approval Deadline: June 10
Publication Date: June. 24

Winter 2022 
Ad Copy Deadline: Nov. 25
Ad Approval Deadline: Dec. 8
Publication Date: Dec. 23

Fall 2022 
Ad Copy Deadline: Sept. 2
Ad Approval Deadline: Sept. 16
Publication Date: Sept. 30

Spring 2023
Ad Copy Deadline: March 3
Ad Approval Deadline: March 17
Publication Date: March 31

Steering Committee

To help shape our coverage and defray our distribution expenses, we have asked a select group of rural Oregon entities to join our steering committee, based on their ability to provide a unique perspective on rural Oregon issues. The committee as a whole will represent a wide-ranging, diverse group that can help generate content ideas and advocate for rural Oregon.