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MOST INNOVATIVE COMPANIES 2012
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THE UNITED STATES OF INNOVATION
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INNOVATION BY DESIGN HOW TO LIVE A AWARDS CREATIVE LIFE
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and Dec 2009/Jan 2010 New York Press Club Winner. Digital Ellies Online Department (2011) Finalist. “Apple Nation” (Jul/Aug 2010) Winner. Smith. P: 212.5530 E: MSMITH@FASTCOMPANY. June 2009.Design. Publisher. Gold Medal for Best Redesign (2012) For more information contact Integrated Ad Director. Best Headline and Front Page.MEDIA KIT buzz A Celebrated Business Media Brand AdWeek Magazine 2008. General Excellence (2011) Finalist. “Waving the Flag” (Nov 2010) Award-Winning Design The Society of Publication Designers Winner. 2009 & 2010 Hot Lists 10 Under 60 2009 Editor of the Year. Co.389. The Influence Project.COM . Digital Ellies Multimedia Package (2011) Finalist. Magazine Category. Christine Osekoski Award-Winning Business Journalism ASME National Magazine Awards Winner. Magazine of the Year (2010) Society of American Business Editors and Writers General Excellence. Entertainment News Award. Jul/Aug 2009. Robert Safian MIN 2009 21 Most Intriguing People. Matthew A.

are business decision makers (index: 173). Adults. This ranks #2 vs. Smith.000 66% 34% 45 ratebase genDer median age Fast Company Delivers: AFFLUENCE INFLUENCE THE C-SUITE DECISION MAKERS PASSIONATE READERS At Fast Company has the 3rd highest median HHI of ALL 143 measured titles. “I tend to take the LEAD in decision-making” (index: 139).257 72% 33% 65% 1 HOUR+ time spent with the magazine each month.389. HHI $100. that’s more than twice as likely as the average adult (index: 259). This ranks #2 vs.COM .5530 E: MSMITH@FASTCOMPANY. This ranks #1 vs. P: 212.* Source: 2012 IPSOS Mendelsohn Affluent Survey. $175. Matthew A.MEDIA KIT PRINT AUDIENCE opinion leaders // business influencers // Affluent consumers 725. ALL measured titles.000+ *Source: 2011 Fast Company Subscriber Study For more information contact Integrated Ad Director. agree. have C-Level job responsibility. ALL measured titles. ALL measured titles.

Matthew A. average time spent per visit. monthly page views (up 85% yoy)* 6. 3 month rolling avg.389.MEDIA KIT DIGITAL AUDIENCE opinion leaders // business influencers // Affluent consumers 33.com Delivers: $72.1MM AFFLUENCE INFLUENCE avg.000 *Source: Omniture.700 engagement 734.3MM avg. (Feb ‘13 .594 27.907 Median HHI** 28% are business decision makers (index 192)** 25% work in professional / executive / managerial positions (index 140)** 13% work in C-level / owner / sr.561 40. monthly uniques 36 median age** FastCompany.com Online Profile Survey For more information contact Integrated Ad Director. 152.862 100.5530 E: MSMITH@FASTCOMPANY. management job level (index 242)** 25 minutes. Smith. P: 212.April ‘13) **Source: @Plan Q4 2012 Source: 2009 FastCompany.COM .

COM . Matthew A. Smith.MEDIA KIT CLOSING dates Issue February March April May June July/August September October November Dec/Jan Regional/ Fractional Close 11/29/12 01/03/13 02/07/13 03/07/13 04/04/13 05/09/13 06/27/13 08/01/13 09/05/13 10/10/13 National close/ materials due 12/06/12 01/10/13 02/14/13 03/14/13 04/11/13 05/16/13 07/08/13 08/08/13 09/12/13 10/17/13 On-Sale Date 01/15/13 02/19/13 03/26/13 04/23/13 05/21/13 06/25/13 08/13/13 09/17/13 10/22/13 11/26/13 For more information contact Integrated Ad Director.5530 E: MSMITH@FASTCOMPANY.389. P: 212.

Smith. Specialty units: Rates and production specifications available upon request. Special fifth color rates available upon request.650 $187.000 // Frequency: 10 issues four color page spread 2/3 page 1/2 horiz 1/3 page 1x $93.400 $103. For more information contact Integrated Ad Director.050 $117.300 $72. Billing information: Commission is 15% to agencies. Production premiums are not commissionable or discountable. Matthew A. These rates and all advertising transactions are subject to Mansueto Ventures’ Advertising Terms and Conditions.450 Custom regional buys/copy splits: Pricing and regional options available upon request.COM .389.100 Frequency discounts: Check with your account manager.MEDIA KIT PRINT RATES effective: february 2013 issue // paid ratebase: 725. Premium charges: No bleed charge.650 $55.5530 E: MSMITH@FASTCOMPANY.250 $37. *All rates are gross. P: 212. Covers 2nd cover 3rd cover 4th cover 1x $112.

MEDIA KIT digital rates PLACEMENTS UNIT Leaderboard Rectangle Half Page Leaderboard Rectangle Half Page SPECS 728 x 90 300 x 250 300 x 600 970 x 90 300 x 250 300 x 600 NET CPM $100 $110 $125 $140 $150 $175 ROS homepage welcome ad (fastCompany.com Only) Welcome Screen 640 x 480 $200 Targeted channel (Co. Tech) Leaderboard Rectangle Half Page Leaderboard Rectangle Half Page 970 x 90 300 x 250 300 x 600 728 x 90 300 x 250 300 x 600 $110 $120 $135 $115 $125 $145 geo targeted For more information contact Integrated Ad Director. Smith. Co.Create.Exist. P: 212. Co.Lead. Co.5530 E: MSMITH@FASTCOMPANY.COM . Matthew A.Design.389.

Offset for registration marks should be set at . For ad spread units please supply 1/16” duplicated image on both sides of the centerline.com or Dave Powell.com. production manager P: 212-389-5416 E: dpowell@mansueto. 1/2” total gutter safety.com/fastco/main. WI 53027-9244 P: 262-673-1580 E: ted. 1/4” from TRIM edges. Matthew A. Safety: Keep all LIVE matter. Smith.COM . For extensions contact: Jane Hazel.asp.1875. Proofs: One SWOP-certified proof AND one ruled proof as a positioning guide.MEDIA KIT PAGE SIZES PAGE SPREAD ½ HORIZONTAL SPREAD ⅔ VERTICAL ½ HORIZONTAL ⅓ SQUARE ⅓ VERTICAL LIVE 8¼” × 10⅜” 16⅞” × 10⅜” 16⅞” × 5” 5¼” × 10¼” 8” × 5” 5¼” × 5” 2¾” × 10⅜” TRIM 8¾” × 10⅞” 17½” × 10⅞” 17½” × 5¼” 5½” × 10⅞” 8¾” × 5¼” 5½” × 5¼” 3” × 10⅞” PRINT SPECS BLEED 9” × 11⅛” 17¾” × 11⅛” 17¾” × 5½” 5¾” × 11⅛” 9” × 5½” 5¾” × 5½” 3¼” × 11⅛” Printing Process: Web Offset Binding Method: Perfect Bound Line Screen: 133 Max Density: 4 color: 290% 2 color: 190% Gutter Safety for spreads: Allow 1/4” on each side of gutter. Sumner Street Hartford.QuadARM. P: 212.389.reidy@qg.5530 E: MSMITH@FASTCOMPANY. production manager P: 212-389-5308 E: jhazel@mansueto. Please see our materials specifications site http://www. assoc.com Shipping for ad proofs: Quad Graphics Attn: Ted Reidy c/o Fast Company 1900 W. Preferred digital format: PDFX-1A. not intended to trim.adshuttle. Materials: Please submit your ads for Fast Company via the web at https://www.com For more information contact Integrated Ad Director.

} For more information contact Group Director of Digital Media & Operations.MEDIA KIT for all ditigal platforms unit size LEADERBOARD rectangle half page Edit insertion slideshow interstitial pixel size 728x90 300x250 300x600 618x250 574x374 creative file size 30k 30K 35k 40k 40k animation :15 SEC :15 SEC :15 SEC :15 SEC static / 5 SEC max looping 4 LOOPS MAX 4 LOOPS MAX 4 LOOPS MAX 4 LOOPS MAX N/A digital specs rich media accepted Y Y Y Y Y 3rd party served Y Y Y Y Y UNITS UNIQUE TO FASTCOMPANY. P: 212.”_blank”). MediaMind.create / co. Steven Suthiana. Atlas.5361 E: ssuthiana@fastcompany.swf.com . 640x480 970x90 300x249 creative file size 40k 50K 30k animation :15 SEC :15 SEC :15 SEC looping 4 LOOPS MAX 4 LOOPS MAX 4 LOOPS MAX rich media accepted N Y Y 3rd party served Y Y Y units unique to co. Display ad requirements: Lead time: 5 business days prior to QA File Formats Accepted: . Mediaplex.clickTag.jpg. 3 Pointroll. 30K max file size B Must include clickTag tracking: On (release) {get URL (_level0. most rich media  rd-Party Ad Serving Accepted: Dart.COM unit size WELCOME AD push down promo unit pixel size 600x600.exist / co. EyeWonder Flash ad requirements:  ack up image required: gif or jpg.389. Javascript. . .gif.design unit size push down promo unit pixel size 970x90 300x249 creative file size 50k 30K animation :15 SEC :15 SEC looping 4 LOOPS MAX 4 LOOPS MAX rich media accepted Y Y 3rd party served Y Y newsletters: static jpg leaderboard & rectangle unit only.

264 Bit-rate: 3000-5000kbits/sec (optimize for download) Key frame: every 30 frames (or the sequence framerate— if 29.com .CREATE) (FC.com) (CO.com) Video requirements: Quicktime export with the following profile: Extension: .97 use 30) Frame reordering on size: 1280x720 (16:9) 1280 x 960(4:3) Sound: AAC at 256kbps or higher and a sample rate of 48khz NO LETTERBOXING In-banner video/audio requirements:  ll sound must be user initiated A Video/Audio must have fill controls including pause and mute capabilities Rich media ad requirements:  ll rich media must be 3rd-party served (includes A expanding and video ads) Lead Time: 5 business days prior to testing Expansion: must be user initiated and close on mouse-off Language/Call-to-action on all ads (ex. roll over to learn more) For more information contact Group Director of Digital Media & Operations.5361 E: ssuthiana@fastcompany.MEDIA KIT Rich media specs unit size rectangle half page PUSH DOWN PUSH DOWN EDIT INSERTION pixel size 300x250 300x600 970x90 970x90 618x250 expansion 600x250 N/A 970x415 970x415 N/A direction left only N/A down only DOWN ONLY N/A file type 40k max initial load 80k max secondary 40k max initial load 80k max secondary 40k max initial load 80k max secondary 45k max initial load 80k max secondary 45k max initial load 80k max secondary frames per second (FPS) 18 18 18 18 18 close box Y N Y Y N (FC. Codec: h.mov. Steven Suthiana.389. P: 212.

Smith. Please provide click URLs for each creative and use mobile optimized landing pages wherever possible. Please submit to adops@fastcompany. Matthew A. Each should include ONE clear touch area about the size of a button.com. 10 million flips/month Specs: IPAD PORTRAIT 768x1024 iPAD IPHONE ANDROID PHONE ANDROID TABLET SAFE ZONE SPECS FILE SIZE SPECS 10px safe zone at top and bottom IPAD LANDSCAPE 1024x768 REQUIRED SHORT PORTRAIT 640x920 TALL PORTRAIT 640x1096 MEDIUM PORTRAIT 740x1200 WIDE LANSCAPE 1340x760 REQUIRED REQUIRED REQUIRED REQUIRED REQUIRED REQUIRED REQUIRED REQUIRED REQUIRED 40px safe zone on all 4 sides 25px safe zone on all 4 sides 250K max JPEG Creative Submission: Insertion orders. For more information contact Integrated Ad Director.000 active users.5530 E: MSMITH@FASTCOMPANY.389.COM . P: 212.MEDIA KIT Flipboard Specs About: A highly stylized. flight january february march space close/ materials due 12/25/12 01/25/13 02/22/13 flight april may june space close/ materials due 03/23/13 04/24/13 05/25/13 flight july august september space close/ materials due 06/22/13 07/25/13 08/24/13 flight october November december space close/ materials due 09/24/13 10/25/13 11/23/13 * Fast Company recommends 3-5 different creative executions per placement. materials. personal and mobile “magazine” curated by users from favorite media sources and social feeds Full-page advertising placements bring the elegance of print advertising online Campaigns run in one-month flights with a maximum of four partners/month (at 25% SOV each) Fast Company audience: 500. and click URLs are due at least 5 business days prior to campaign launch dates.

MEDIA KIT mobile Specs homepage article page interstitial About: FastCompany. P: 212.com and our network of “Co.900* Nov 2012 Unique Visitors: over 780.389. 2012 with a new mobile interface designed to create a truly engaging experience Nov 2012 Page Views: over 2.” sites re-launched on November 1.000* Specs: placements TOP BANNER AD (on all article pages) OversizeD interstitial (following every three features on homepage) files required 300x50 max file size 45 kb file type JPG or PNG 300x250 45 kb JPG or PNG *Source: Omniture For more information contact Integrated Ad Director. Smith. Matthew A.5530 E: MSMITH@FASTCOMPANY.COM .423.

how print Ads appear in the app: Single-page example: Spread example: 768 pixels wide 950 pixels tall scaled art: 1536 pixels wide 963 pixels tall scaled art: Pages are letterboxed to match print aspect ratios Spreads are letterboxed to match print aspect ratios A small arrow on the letterbox bar informs users that the ad continues on the next screen Supplied Creative specs: Format: 4/C JPG (minimum 72 DPI. To opt-out please email Production Manager Jane Hazel (jhazel@mansueto.5530 E: MSMITH@FASTCOMPANY. To provide alternative creative please upload your file to adshuttle. You may also opt-out or provide alternative iPad creative. can accept up to 300 DPI) Specs: 1536 x 2048 (for both Retina and non-Retina) full size of art: 1536 pixels wide 2048 pixels tall Fast Company accepts portrait orientation only For extensions contact Production Manager Jane Hazel (jhazel@mansueto. Smith.com) or Associate Production Manager Dave Powell (dpowell@mansueto. Fast Company requires no additional assets or approvals to do this.MEDIA KIT Advertising Details: iPad Specs All national print advertisers.com).com no later than issue close. P: 212. Matthew A. Our default position is to pick-up print creative and run it exactly as it appears in the magazine.389.com) no later than issue close date. For more information contact Integrated Ad Director.COM . If we do not hear from you by issue close your print creative will run exactly as it appears in the magazine. excluding fractionals. automatically receive static placements (without activated links) in Fast Company’s replica app at no additional cost.

5530 E: MSMITH@FASTCOMPANY. this highly-anticipated happening is both a celebration of the year’s best work and an education in design. breakout sessions. nightly festivities. and entertainment   Event Partnership with Brand Activation: $50. design-driven venues   Exclusive Sponsorship with Subtle Brand Integrations: $25.000 innovation icon salon dinners   Markets: Upon Request   Attendees: 25 .000 Fast Company Grill at SxSW Interactive Festival   Austin. five-day experience delivering a “who’s who” of SXSW Interactive like no one else can.MEDIA KIT innovation uncensored   NYC: April 2013 (one and a half days) EVENTS   San Francisco: November 2013 (full day)   Attendees: 500+   Description: A mash up of talented speakers and new ideas curated by Fast Company editors to bring attendees the inspiration and insight needed to transform their businesses into innovation machines. Matthew A. C-level executives.000+   Description: An interactive exploration of creativity’s role in business developed with a global audience of forward-thinking innovators in mind. a seated dinner. “off the record” conversation at upscale.COM .   Format: Daily lunches. 2013 C2-MTL Commerce + Creativity   Attendees: 1.40   Description: Intimate dinners hosted by Fast Company editors and attended by influential thought leaders. and an awards presentation followed by a celebratory cocktail reception   Event Partnership with Brand Activation: $50. 2013   Attendees: 2. P: 212.000.   Format: A three-day experience including panels. TX: March 8-12.389.000/event Note: Event rates outlined above are available based on a minimum annual media commitment with Fast Company/FastCompany.com of $250. and casual. and happy hours as well as larger evening events with live entertainment   SOLD OUT FOR 2013 Fast Company @ C2-MTL   Montreal: May 21-23.000 innovation by design   NYC: October 2013 (during National Design Week)   Attendees: 300+   Description: A “can’t miss” event for the world’s most innovative designers and the discerning business leaders who follow them.000   Description: An invitation-only.   Format: Cocktails. gallery-style installations. and recent editorial subjects. Smith. For more information contact Integrated Ad Director.   Format: Content and networking breaks followed by cocktail reception   Event Partnership with Brand Activation: $75. content sessions.   Format: A full day of content.

CIRCULATION GUARANTEE The Magazine is a member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC). which must be used within six (6) months following the issuance of audited ABC statements for the period of shortfall. CANCELLATION AND CHANGES Publisher expressly reserves the right to reject or cancel for any reason at any time any insertion order or advertisement without liability. The rates and conditions of advertising in the Magazine are subject to change without notice. 5. claims of invasion of privacy. Matthew A. payable only to recognized agents. your print ad will run exactly as it appears in the magazine. is not liable for failure to meet positioning requirements and is not liable for any error in key numbers. or circulating any copies of the issue of the Magazine in which advertising is placed pursuant to an insertion order that is caused by. Each advertiser and its agency consents to the jurisdiction of such courts and waives any objection to the laying of venue of any such civil action or proceeding in such courts. including. opting out. text or other content that may result in any claim against Publisher. and the ABC audited 12-month average. Rebates will be calculated based on the difference between the stated rate base at time of publication. P: 212. Publisher is not liable for any failure or delay in publishing in the Magazine any advertisement submitted to it. trademark infringement. Any civil action or proceeding arising out of or related to this agreement shall be brought in the courts of record of the state of New York in New York County or the U. Publisher shall grant rebates to the advertiser in advertising space credit only. Invoices are rendered on or about the on-sale date of the Magazine. Unless otherwise specified by the advertiser. strike. error or omission for which it may be held legally responsible shall not exceed the cost of the advertising space affected by the error. The word “advertisement” will be placed above all advertisements that. libel and misrepresentation. resembles editorial matter. Submission of insertion order for placement of advertising in the Magazine constitutes acceptance of the following terms and conditions. Advertising agency and advertiser each shall indemnify and hold harmless Publisher from and against any damages and related expenses (including attorneys’ fees) arising from the content of advertisements. copyright infringement. This agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the state of New York without regard to its conflicts of laws provisions. 1.389. No terms or conditions in any insertion orders. In the event the audited 12-month average circulation does not meet the guaranteed rate base. 6. If Fast Company does not receive a request to opt-out or alternative creative by issue close date. Notwithstanding the foregoing. Agency and advertiser are jointly and severally liable for the payment of all invoices arising from placement of advertising in the Magazine. For more information contact Integrated Ad Director. Smith. Publisher’s acceptance of an advertisement for publication in the Magazine does not constitute an endorsement of the product or service advertised. AGENCY COMMISSION AND PAYMENT Submission of insertion order by advertising agency on behalf of advertiser constitutes agency’s agreement to pay all invoices for placement of advertising in the Magazine pursuant to such insertion order. District Court for the Southern District of New York. MISCELLANEOUS Advertising agency and advertiser each represents and warrants that each advertisement submitted by it for publication in the Magazine contains no copy.MEDIA KIT T&C The following are certain terms and conditions governing advertising published in Fast Company magazine (the “Magazine”). but not limited to. terrorism or other occurrence beyond Publisher’s control. Replicant iPad App All full-page. Payments are due within thirty (30) days after the billing date. and regional circulations reported by the ABC are used by Publisher only as a basis for determining the Magazine’s advertising rates. 3. The liability of Publisher for any act. advertising after the closing dates of the Magazine. in Publisher’s opinion. illustrations. In no event shall Publisher be liable for any indirect. special or incidental damages. Publisher guarantees circulation to national advertisers by brand of advertised product or service. including. on production charges. Publisher’s Liability Publisher is not liable for any failure or delay in printing. 2. No agency commission is payable.5530 E: MSMITH@FASTCOMPANY. Publisher does not guarantee circulation to regional advertisers. or arising from. Advertisers may not cancel orders for. and Publisher will not grant any discounts. lost income or profits. publishing. Publisher does not guarantee positioning of advertisements in the Magazine.COM . instructions or documents other than this Rate Card will be binding on Mansuteo Ventures Publishing (“Publisher”) unless Publisher agrees to such terms and conditions in writing. an act of God. unauthorized use of names or pictures of living persons. accident. Advertisers also have the option to opt-out or provide alternative iPad creative to run in lieu of print creative. 4. No advertiser or agency may use the Magazine’s name or logo without Publisher’s prior written permission for each such use. consequential. Any discounts received by advertiser on advertising space charges may not be applied to production charges. Fast Company will pick-up print creative and run it exactly as it appears in the magazine. fire. but not limited to. The following paid rate base guarantee is based on the ABC’s audited reported circulation for the Magazine averaged over the calendar year in which advertising is placed. even if previously acknowledged or accepted. or make changes in. national print advertising will receive static placements (without activated links) in Fast Company’s replicant iPad app at no additional cost. photographs. and supplying alternative iPad creative. Agency commission (or equivalent): fifteen percent (15%) of gross advertising space charges. See iPad specs for details on how print creative is displayed in the app. submission of insertion order constitutes agreement that advertiser guarantees prompt and full payment for such advertising in the event of material default by agency.S.

413 6. IL 60005-3913 • T: 224.821 6.8 100.452 729.7 0.99 $23.107 14.366. 2012 Subject to Audit Field Served: FAST COMPANY’s unique editorial focus on innovation inspires creative minds to think beyond traditional boundaries and invent the future of business.344 14. PAID & VERIFIED CIRCULATION BY ISSUE OF PRINT AND DIGITAL REPLICA Paid Subscriptions Verified Subscriptions Single Copy Sales Total Paid & Verified Circulation Print Total Paid & Verified Circulation Digital (Replica) Total Total Paid & Verified Verified Subscriptions Subscriptions Total Paid & Verified Circulation Issue Print Digital (Replica) Total Paid Subscriptions Print Print Digital (Replica) Total Single Copy Sales July/Aug.3 0. Dec.874 730.750 727.530 12.9 95.6939 • F: 224.1 4.2 4.368 35. Suggested Retail Prices (1) $4. Oct.695 36.955 728.874 6.827 706.100 31.00 $1.286 15.227 704. 708.678 764.000 813 942 1.735 18.com .033 878 795 36.962 723.292 768.900 37.406 36.883 721. Seegers Road • Arlington Heights.0 725.845 6.006 752./Jan. Nov.0 94.585 762.614 15.542 41.600 40.133 32.485 13.845 6.20 3.813 17.220 730.MAGAZINE Publisher’s Statement Six months ended December 31.613 19.561 705.399 760. PRICES Average Single Copy Subscription Average Subscription Price Annualized (10 issue frequency) Average Subscription Price per Copy (1) For the Statement period (2) Represents subscriptions for the 12 months ended June 30.845 6.294 13.366.163 04-0314-6 48 W.9 0.506 774.795 751.972 748.955 6.931 767.607 722.207 723.6949 • www.auditedmedia.845 6.807 730.880 6. TOTAL AVERAGE PAID & VERIFIED CIRCULATION Average for the Statement Period Above (Below) % Above (Below) % Rate Base Paid & Verified Circulation: (See Par.95 Net Average Price (2) Gross (Optional) $12.3 2.905 720.000 42.039 892 36.845 6. Published by Mansueto Ventures LLC Frequency: 10 times/year 1.880 6.9 2.926 717.626 5.845 6.593 35.778 37.772 744.585 768. Sept.626 92.780 16. 6) Subscriptions: Paid Print Digital (Replica) Total Paid Subscriptions Verified Print Total Verified Subscriptions Total Paid & Verified Subscriptions Single Copy Sales Print Digital (Replica) Total Single Copy Sales Total Paid & Verified Circulation 708.100 737. 2012.

6 733.2 94.927 426 44.90 718.039 36.693 4.042 2. ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS OF VERIFIED PUBLIC PLACE The following represents the average public place copies made available during the statement period to the following public areas: Verified Subscription: Doctor/ Health Care Providers Hotels/ Lodges Business/ Transportation Professional Outlets Services Other Total Public Place Copies Public Place 4. 6A) TOTAL VERIFIED SUBSCRIPTIONS TOTAL PAID & VERIFIED SUBSCRIPTIONS SINGLE COPY SALES Single Issue Sales TOTAL SINGLE COPY SALES TOTAL PAID & VERIFIED CIRCULATION *Included in Average Price calculation 630.9 743. 1 and annotated here per applicable rules.8 4.527 15.4 26.000 0.595 96.463 1.9 0.061 29.927 426 44.0 763.7 3.987 3.1 5.039 751. Annualized Subscription Price % 2009 % 2010 % 2011 % 2012 % 714.327 100.6 $15.488 36.9 95.049 95.2 $12.614 6.874 6.9 0.2 4.874 6.061 29.0 15.23 706.251 708.340 96.894 0.7 710. ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS OF VERIFIED INDIVIDUAL USE The following represents the average individual use copies made available during the statement period to the following individuals: None Page 2 of 5 • 04-0314-6 Alliance for Audited Media . are included in Par. SUPPLEMENTAL ANALYSIS OF AVERAGE PAID & VERIFIED CIRCULATION The following averages.1 N/A 714. METRO & DEMOGRAPHIC EDITIONS None 5.695 36.251 723. as reported below.198 5.821 6.688 3.1 6.989 1.0 1.853 100.3 0.4 N/A 706.207 892 892 16.207 15.931 36. 9 for full explanation.874 500 37 6.932 95. AVERAGE CIRCULATION BY REGIONAL.0 -1.9 725.670 94.943 94.2 740.283 100.0 708.804 4.249 2.0 $13.625 100.049 95. See Par.0 0.90 701.564 95.340 96.0 5.5 742. Print Average for Period Digital (Replica) Average for Period Total % of Circulation PAID SUBSCRIPTIONS Individual Subscriptions* Combination Subscriptions* Club/Membership: Deductible* Award Point* Partnership: Deductible* Sponsored Sales TOTAL PAID SUBSCRIPTIONS VERIFIED SUBSCRIPTIONS Public Place (See Par.80 705. TREND ANALYSIS 2008 Subscriptions: Paid Verified Total Paid & Verified Subscriptions Single Copy Sales Total Paid & Verified Circulation Year Over Year Percent of Change Avg.1 28.0 2.595 96.931 767.0 38.5 33.4 0.874 730.8 $12.874 6B.099 6A.4 $14.0 -0.8 100.907 1.626 84.762 100.4.1 0.00 6.207 645.907 1.5 6.874 715.8 30.

185 3.609 5.685 24.479 13.915 3.576 13.845 6.842 50.100 1.707 193 93 185 196 205 75 383 719 1.909 8.395 11.556 1.933 13.580 13.623 3.625 22.402 3.806 21.555 29.102 121 2.287 33.705 4.964 698.247 693.157 3.354 496 704.370 1.262 7.183 6.266 2.203 8.216 28.048 5.813 2.915 3.414 8.153 17.707 5.222 31.345 6.607 64 94 3 476 41 187 28 71 514 315 5 230 51 6 24 16 84 13 184 341 95 101 4 55 2 15 22 12 1.366 2.767 20.913 1.843 3.606 3.843 3.788 626 737.488 5.113 14.247 699.480 83.294 6.176 32 290 23 32.370 47.788 626 737.725 2.770 16.052 5.436 2.297 25.609 5.501 1.590 24.401 2.586 16.409 4. Unclassified TOTAL UNITED STATES Poss.656 5.158 42.586 16.812 1.204 28.434 130 32.015 14.700 8.297 25.606 3.828 6.807 4.009 496 698.015 14.881 11.937 2.045 1.S.480 83.572 14.402 3.909 8.565 88.289 1.964 14.812 1.750 2.548 2.271 736.772 15.565 88.897 3.087 51 93 18 12 225 29 28 8 49 257 9 7 311 58 1 21 6.176 32 290 23 32.325 20 20 6. & Other Areas U.246 634 32 763 1.617 966 276 26 253 3.158 42..147 56 231 287 32.766 15.488 5.414 8.813 12.727 6.336 22 618 374 339 910 72 239 59 423 2.693 13.270 731.623 3.271 736.389 5.523 43.727 16.955 13.378 4.409 4.564 3.774 20.153 17.800 8.780 12.656 5.732 13.881 11.395 5.555 8.913 1.164 43.756 1.602 12.137 5.188 355 113 447 42 70 419 84 1.419 48.406 14.345 500 12.345 500 64 94 3 476 41 187 28 71 514 315 5 230 51 6 24 16 84 13 184 341 95 101 4 55 2 15 22 12 1.520 2.576 13.813 2.791 5.898 3.653 14.S.479 13.365 4.984 704.702 60 1.572 14.367 4.727 6.555 29.227 31.198 18.399 1.555 8.311 1.408 8.317 1.888 14.827 13.401 2.806 21.850 4.800 8.698 1.414 8.677 24.213 2.246 634 32 763 1.594 44.033 40.681 1.162 8.137 5.914 11.538 12.496 11.073 3.505 4.731 23.052 5.169 9.827 14.773 15.590 24.653 14.168 7.102 121 2.169 9.102 16.247 693.362 1.452 331 816 82 4.325 20 20 6.847 47.358 25.821 14.523 43.211 3.270 731.780 414 705.839 3.426 8.073 3.033 41.813 414 768.731 23.882 11.813 414 752.360 14.045 1.606 3.414 8.294 6.725 2.222 31.829 14.501 1.548 2.147 56 231 287 32.839 3.389 5.285 46.1% greater than the total average paid & verified circulation. & POSS.753 15.434 130 32. PAID SUBSCRIPTIONS VERIFIED SUBSCRIPTIONS Total Paid & Verified Subscriptions SINGLE COPY SALES Total Total Paid & Paid & Verified Total Total Verified Circulation Paid & Digital Single Copy Circulation Digital Verified (Replica) Sales Print (Replica) Circulation State Print Digital (Replica) Total Paid Subscriptions Print Total Verified Subscriptions Print Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming TOTAL 48 CONTERMINOUS STATES Alaska Hawaii TOTAL ALASKA & HAWAII U.698 1.408 8.724 8.517 1.125 8.424 11.681 1.198 18.424 3. Canada International Other Unclassified Military or Civilian Personnel Overseas GRAND TOTAL 12. etc.585 6.496 11.662 3.436 2.430 27.767 20.113 14.841 16.914 11.211 3.900 5.753 15.703 4.176 14.807 4.183 6.078 7.780 414 727.188 355 113 447 42 70 419 84 1.430 27.213 2.773 15.002 6 1.087 51 93 18 12 225 29 28 8 49 257 9 7 311 58 1 21 6.571 8.964 698.033 331 816 82 4. GEOGRAPHIC DATA for the October 2012 issue Total paid & verified circulation of this issue was 0.052 1.538 12.517 1.176 14.213 3.898 3.522 1.266 2.756 1.125 8.171 6.847 47.399 1.336 22 618 374 339 910 72 239 59 423 2.245 24.617 966 276 26 253 3.452 28.702 60 1.285 46.358 4.204 28.727 16.933 13.564 3.102 16.765 1.483 83.360 14.345 6.625 22.133 12.002 6 1.888 14.009 496 698.052 1.287 33.365 4.430 27.162 8.171 6.505 4.114 17.700 8.685 24.370 47.507 8.311 2.791 5.842 50.168 7.703 4.395 11.707 193 93 185 196 205 75 383 719 1.452 28.767 8.767 8.548 2.358 4.750 2.289 1.7.841 16.556 1.821 14.966 22.358 25.860 14.693 13.491 2.900 5.311 2.078 7.067 5.845 Page 3 of 5 • 04-0314-6 Alliance for Audited Media .780 414 720.732 13.157 3.662 3.311 1.

......... or other outlets available to the subscribers...00 per point..........0 74.00-$15......00 of dues was allocated for a subscription to this publication... (d) DESCRIPTION OF DIGITAL (Replica) .. 0. (c) Ordered with other premiums.0 % 207...................5 11...The Digital Edition is an editorial replica of the Print Edition..156 100..455 copies per issue represents copies purchased through the redemption of award points................ $5.... Purchasers were advised that $10. (b) Average non-analyzed non-paid circulation for the 6 month period: copies per issue..... 1.........3125¢ to $5.00 (f) Club/Membership Subscription Sales (Deductible): The average of 426 copies per issue........ 1....787 43...537 226.. 643 1 year $10............. Total Subscriptions Sold in Period ..780 40... renewals... represents copies served in a partnership relationship wherein this publication was bundled with the purchase of a product or service.3 7..C. The Digital Edition is available through various digital stores........ (c) Post expiration copies: None........ Total Subscriptions Sold in Period ........ 9 ..... online...... catalogs..907 copies per issue.537 226..672 21...3 0. 6 and included in Par....... 6 and included in Par.. See Par....................251 copies per issue.....00 in exchange for the redemption of 500 points at the rate of 3¢ per mile..... These subscriptions were sold at 10 issues for $10... 703 50 174...00 in exchange for the redemption of points valued at 0. (d) Thirteen to twenty-four months.. (g) Award Point Subscription Sales: The average of 44..180 234......... (j) Use of Premiums: Several test offers were made.......0 100............. 22.... B..... inserts....3 2..443 18.787 319.. shown in Par.... (b) Seven to eleven months (6 to 9 issues) ..................... (d) Subscriptions as part of membership in an organization ....... churches.. Page 4 of 5 • 04-0314-6 Alliance for Audited Media ....156 100....... ANALYSIS OF TOTAL NEW AND RENEWAL PAID INDIVIDUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS Total gross subscriptions (new and renewal) sold in the six month period ended December 31.. Subscriptions: No additional prices....... shown in Par..... Total Subscriptions Sold in Period .. (c) Ordered by subscribers in response to fund-raising programs of schools.....424 86..8 100....... These subscriptions were sold at 10 issues for $15. 6 and included in Par........9 109 103 90 79 County Size Group Definitions by the A..156 % 0...... (b) Ordered by subscribers in response to unsolicited telemarketing and door to door selling...99... represents copies purchased by various business concerns in quantities of 11 or more.....CHANNELS (a) Ordered by subscriber action via direct mail................00 $19....... 2012 A. (h) Partnership Subscription Sales (Deductible): The average of 29............. (e) Twenty-five months and more .......769 98..132 None 24 234.....00 to $15.... direct mail agents....769 98.. 6 and included in Par.............. Members were advised that $10.........706 None 234............6 31........0 9... 8.0 88... Advertisers were given the opportunity to opt in to advertising in the digital version..... (b) Ordered with material reprinted from this publication.... shown in Par....... and other similar organizations..061 copies per issue.7 9...0 C....0 234............ (i) Sponsored Subscription Sales: The average of 1..606 copies per issue represents copies served to subscribers in exchange for the redemption of Airline Frequent Flyer Miles....... represents copies served to members of NACCE....0 13... DURATION (a) One to six months (1 to 5 issues) . USE OF PREMIUMS (a) Ordered without premium ... EXPLANATORY (a) Suggested Retail Prices: Average Single Copy: Canada. (c) Twelve months (10 issues) .................ANALYSIS BY ABCD COUNTY SIZE for the October 2012 issue Total Paid & Verified Circulation Print Total Paid & Verified Circulation Digital (Replica) County Size % of Households Total Paid & Verified Circulation % of Total Circulation Index (% of Circulation/ % of Households) A B C D 40 30 15 15 319... 1.00 of the sales price was allocated for a subscription to this publication. 1..424 86.....Data for the conterminous 48 states...... none of which produced more than one percent of the total subscriptions sold in the period. Nielsen Company......... includes the following: An average of 40...............407 An average of 3.... shown in Par..778 4...6 17. Combination Publication Subscriptions Subscription Sold Term Price of Combination Suggested Retail Price Inc.. (e) 643 subscriptions were sold in combination during this statement period......

CHRISTINE OSEKOSKI Publisher Date Signed: January 28.327 747. published by Mansueto Ventures LLC • 7 World Trade Center • New York.3903. 2011. NY 10007-2195 ANNE MARIE O’KEEFE Consumer Marketing Director P: 212.006 747.391.5453.0 We certify that to the best of our knowledge all data set forth in this Publisher’s Statement are true and report circulation in accordance with Alliance for Audited Media’s Bylaws and Rules.10. Detroit 248.629 Difference (Paid & Verified) 1.303 Publisher’s Statements (Paid & Verified) 742.389.0 -0.0 -0.2345.341.180 743.9905.0 -0.854 733.377.343. VARIANCE Latest released Audit Report for 12 months ended December 31.000 725. Los Angeles 310. Pacific Northwest and Southwest 415.000 Audit Report (Paid & Verified) 743. Variation from Publisher’s Statements Audit Period Ended 12-31-11 12-31-10 12-31-09 12-31-08 12-31-07 Rate Base (Paid & Verified) 725.1 0.000 725.626 740.fastcompany.1540 Established: 1995 AAM Member since:1997 .000 725. New York 212.682 741.com Page 5 of 5 • 04-0314-6 Alliance for Audited Media Copyright © 2013 All rights reserved.283 743.125 733.389.2228. Parent Company: Mansueto Ventures LLC FAST COMPANY. 2013 Sales Offices: Atlanta 770.205. Chicago 312.5300 • URL: www.000 725.056 271 -103 -321 -326 Percentage of Difference (Paid & Verified) 0.

S.99 23.95 .04-0314-6 Analyzed Issue Date Analyzed Issue Text (for double month issue date) Average Single Copy Price Association Subscription Price U. Subscription Price Canadian Subscription Price International Subscription Price 10/01/12 4.