Rates are based on the number of column-inches a particular ad occupies. For reference, please refer to the table at right.
For example, a 2-column-wide and 3-inch-tall ad would cost a Utah business $42.00 (2 x 3 x $7 = $42). The total cost of the ad is quite affordable. Plus, repeat advertisers reach a target audience not impacted by most other forms of advertisement.
Eagle print ad rates
- Local (Carbon/Emery County) businesses and campus departments: $5.00/column-inch
- Utah-based companies or agencies: $7.00/column-inch
- National companies or agencies: $9.00/column-inch
Eagle color rates
- Black +1 color (process: add $50.00
- Full color (CMYK): add $100.00
Ads printed in color attract readers’ attention. In addition, your purchase of color in The Eagle allows us to improve the overall quality of the newspaper. These color issues tend to be more widely read, so still more readers will see your ad. Shown to the right are the rates for adding color to your ad (note that these do not include the initial cost of the ad).
An invoice and tearsheet (upon request) will be sent to each advertiser within 10 business days of the publication date. A written request for a correction ad must be made within 20 business days of the first published ad.
If you wish to make an ad reservation or receive more information, contact:
USU Eastern Eagle
451 E. 400 N.
Price, UT 84501
Our offices are located on the CEU Price campus in the SAC (Student Activities Center) Room 109.
The Eagle serves a campus in Price, Utah, of approximately 2,000 students. The Eagle, which was formerly published as The Golden Eagle has been in circulation for more than 40 years. Every other week during regular semesters, 1,000 papers are printed. Many of these papers are read by two or three students.
From 2006-11, The Eagle received nine awards (including three first place) at the Utah Press Associaton in March 2011, received first place overall in the American Scholastic Press Association for two-year college newspapers in 2007-10. In 2003, The Eagle received three awards from The Columbia Scholastic Press Association. In 2002, the Eagle received 24 awards from the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Media Association. In 2001 The Eagle placed for the seventh consecutive year, as Best Overall Junior College Newspaper at the Mesa State College Media Day. In 2000 the Society of Professional Journalists recognized The Eagle as Best All-Around Non-Daily Newspaper in Region 9.
The Eagle is printed biweekly and is made available to all students free of charge. The Eagle is distributed in all non-residential buildings on the Price, Utah, campus, as well as across the street in LDS Institute of religion and USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum.
The Eagle is printed in broadsheet format, with a print area 12 inches wide and 21 inches tall. With six columns per page, columns are 1.50 inches wide with .75-inch spaces between columns.
Pre-printed inserts will be distributed inside The Eagle for $100 for 1,000 inserts. Copies of these inserts must be received one week before publication date.
The Eagle has two deadlines for advertisements: proof and camera-ready.
Proof deadlines apply to all advertisers who have arranged for The Eagle to design their ad. Space reservations and arrangements must be made by 2 p.m. the Friday prior to publication.
Camera ready deadlines apply to all advertisers who design, produce and proof their ad themselves. Space reservations must be made by 2 p.m. the Friday prior to publication with copy received by 2 p.m. the Monday prior to publication.