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Focus: classical music, opera, dance, theater, film, art, photography, books, travel, restaurants, food and wine.

Over 1,100, 000 visitors since our launch in September 2007.

Over 100,000 per month affluent, highly educated readers from 95 countries around the world, keenly interested in the summer festivals of New England.

Of these:
60% live in the Northeast
20% in Massachusetts
17% in New York City
15% in the UK
14% in the southern US, including Texas
9% in California
All potential visitors to the Berkshires.

A few of our readers' favorite destinations:

1. The Berkshires, including VT, NH, CT, and the Hudson Valley: Tanglewood, Bard Music Festival, Tannery Pond Concerts, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Shakespeare & Company, Barrington Stage Company, Clark Art Institute, and others.

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* top 6 most popular pages, including home page, at the time of the first placement of the ad. **maximum dimension: vertical dimension can be shorter if desired.
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3 months - 5% 4-6 months - 10% 7-9 months 15% 10-12 months 20%

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Three ad types are available on The Berkshire Review for the Arts:

—Banner Ads that run across of the top or bottom of each main text area
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All ad fees include placement on the relevant section pages as well as the most current articles in the relevant section.

There are only two banner spaces, one at the top and and one at the bottom, per page. Sidebar ads will be placed on a first come first served basis beginning in the topmost position below the site content. All ads are subject to approval by the publisher, who reserves the right to refuse any advertisement, especially in the case of rich media (Flash) ads.

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Launched in September 2007 The Berkshire Review for the Arts is now established as a highly respected source for in-depth expert reviews, previews, and articles about the arts festivals, exhibitions, restaurants, and attractions of the Berkshires, as well as events in Boston and New York City, where many of our summer residents spend the winter. Our core readers, people who return to the Berkshires year after year for its cultural life, know the best in the arts and expect the most informed and discriminating criticism.As coverage in print media decline, arts enthusiasts have to keep informed through online sources.

We use the latest features of Internet 2.0 to expand our base. We are connected with social sites like Facebook, Digg, Twitter, Squidoo, and StumbleUpon and have our own social network, the Berkshire Artsnet, to build an enthusiastic and loyal audience of all ages through interactivity. Communicate directly with your customers on the Berkshire Artsnet through news items, blogs, pictures, MP3, videos and more.

updated 2/26/09

Water Lily, Spectacle Pond, Wellfleet, photo Michael Miller

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