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IN New York targets afflu-


ent travelers during every
leg of their journey
before, during and after
their NYC experience.
IN New York magazine
is a full-sized, portable
monthly providing a
comprehensive, behind-
the-scenes, inside look
at the best New York City
has to offer from a vast
variety of restaurants,
entertainment, retail,
museums, galleries and
spas. IN New York is
distributed in-room and
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of more than 350 leading
hotels throughout New
York City and the tri-state
area, as well as onboard
Cunard Lines Queen Mary
2 and international flights
to New York City, in
corporate housing and
residential buildings,
visitor centers and in
international airlines VIP
and Amtraks first-class
ACELA lounges, reaching
9.4 million annually.
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New York Citya visitors paradise: Hear sounds
of iconic orchestras and Broadway shows. Taste
world-renowned cuisine. Shop eye-catching fashion.
Feel excitement around every turn. IN New York
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IN New York is distributed
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In every Issue
SkYLINe This splashy opening edito-
rial spread gives readers a behind-the-
scenes glance at notable, timely cultural
events. Additional departments often
featured include: FOOTLIGHTS, all about
entertainment; ECLECTIC COLLECTOR,
must-have art and antiques; DISH DU
JOUR, delectable dining; IN STORE,
trendy new shops; and STYLISH FINDS,
all things chic and fashionable.
CaLeNdarS Provides readers with a
snapshot of daily happenings throughout
the city, including the current month as
well as two months in advancegiving
readers ample opportunity to catch the
hot happenings around town!
Your PerSoNaL CoNCIerge Presented in a
Q&A format, the citys leading concierges
give their insider tips on what to see,
where to go and what to doand, espe-
cially, whats currently on trend in NYC.
maP The large foldout map offers
travelers up-to-date subway maps and
an address locatormaking it easy to
find the nearest cross street of any
destination on any avenue.
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reader demographics
gender
Male 40.3%
Female 59.7%
average age 49
marital Status
Married 56.2%
Unmarried* 43.8%
*single, partnered, separated, widowed, divorced
affluence
Average Household Income $182,000
Average Household Net Worth $855,000
education and employment
Graduated College+ 68.6%
Post-Graduate Study/Degree 31.4%
Professional/Managerial Employment 65.5%
reader engagement
83.9% of readers pick up their issue of IN New York
in the hotel.
80.8% are repeat readers of IN New York Magazine.
Readers spend an average of 47 minutes, in total,
reading IN New York Magazine.
Visitors refer to the magazine 2.7 times during their trip.
Readers share the information with others: each issue
has 5.6 readers per copy.
IN New York Magazine is the primary source of visitor
information for 71.4% of readers.
Source: 2005 IN New York Magazine Reader Profile Study, MRI
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Four Seasons Hotel New York
Franklin Hotel, The
Gansevoort Meatpacking
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Gem Hotel Midtown West, The
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Grand Hyatt New York
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Hampton Inn Manhattan/
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Hampton Inn Pearl St.
Hampton Inn W. 24th St.*
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Hampton Inn W. 35th St.*
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Hilton Garden Inn Times Square
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Hilton Manhattan East Hotel*
Hilton New York
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Holiday Inn Express Times Square
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Holiday Inn Express W. 29th St.*
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Holiday Inn SoHo*
Homewood Suites by Hilton
Hostelling International
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Hotel 99*
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Inn at Irving Place
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InterContinental Hotel
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InterContinental Hotel New York
Barclay* (closed for renovations)
Iroquois New York, The
Jade Hotel, The
James Hotel, The
Jane, The
Jewel Hotel, The
JW Marriott Essex House NY
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La Maison DArt
La Quinta Manhattan
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Le Parker Meridien
Lex NYC, The
Lexington New York City, The
Library Hotel*
Loews Regency
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London NYC, The
Lowell, The*
Lucerne Hotel
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Manhattan at Times Square Hotel*
Manhattan Club, The
Manhattan NYC
Manhattan West Hotel
Mansfield Hotel*
Marcel, The*
Maritime Hotel, The
Mark Hotel, The
Marmara-Manhattan, The*
Marrakech Hotel, The*
Marriott Fairfield Inn and Suites
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Martha Washington
Mave Hotel
Mercer, The
Michelangelo, The*
Milford Plaza Hotel*
Millennium Hilton, The*
Millennium Broadway Hotel
New York*
Mondrian Soho
Morgans
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New York Marriott Downtown*
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New York Marriott Marquis*
New York Palace, The*
NH Jolly Madison (closing for
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Night Hotel Times Square
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POD 39 Hotel
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Premier, The
Princeton Club of New York, The*
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Radisson Martinique on Broadway
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Room Mate Grace
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Royalton
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Setai Club
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Tribeca Blu
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Wingate by Wyndham (W. 35th)
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Hotel Allegria (Long Beach)
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NY Moore Hostel
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Q4 Hotel
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Grand Gourmet
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New York Times Travel Show at
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Winters Eve
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UK Trade & Investment
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Secratariat Building
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170 East End
325 Fifth Ave.
681 Fifth Ave.
Abigail Michaels Concierge
Anthem, The
Atlas Building
Avalon Riverview, Long Island City,
The
Baxter Street Development
Company, LLC
DJK Residential
Douglas Elliman Real Estate
Foundry Residential
Heritage at Trump Place
Madison Belvedere, The
Manhattan House
Marc, The
Nicole
NYbG Attache
NYC-JR (Jersey City)
Ocean
One Beacon Court
Oval Concierge
Ritz Plaza, The
Ritz Tower, The
Rivertower
Sheffield 57
Stonehenge Village
Tribeca Tower
Trump World Tower
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Washington, DC
Amtrak Passenger Cars on Trains
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Barneys New York
Beyond Group Travel
Big Apple Greeter
Bloomingdales Visitor Center
Bloomingdales SoHo Guest
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Brooks Brothers
Capricorn
Chamber of Commerce
City Hall Information Center
Cliqcar
Commonwealth Limousine
Discover NY with Kitt Garrett
Empire CLS
Equinox at 54th St.
Excel Limousine Services (Queens)
FAO Schwarz
Federal Hall
Fountain Gallery
Gem Limo
Grand Central Partnership
Gray Line New York
Sightseeing Visitors Center
Intrepid New Yorker
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
KATIE Show
KLS Worldwide Chauffuered
Services
Lower Eastsid BID
Madame Tussauds
Macys Visitor Center
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer
Center
New World Travel
New York Airport Shuttle (City
Experts Desk)
New York Athletic Club
New York City College of
Technology
New York Presbyterian Guest
Facility*
New York Water Taxi: Tour & Travel
Partner reaching millions of
locals on boats and ticket booth
locations
NY Presbyterian Weill Cornell
Hospital Campus
NYC & Company Kiosks
Chinatown, Financial
District and Harlem
NYC & Company Visitors Center
NYU
Queen Mary 2
Rossinis
Saks Fifth Avenue
Shops at Columbus Circle, The
Shrine NYC
Surfside Marina 3 at Chelsea Piers
Tent & Trails
Thomas Cook India Ltd.
Times Square Visitor Center
Travelex Worldwide Money
(multiple locations)
Upper Manhattan Empowerment
Zone
USO Metropolitan NY Port Auhority
Terminal
Wempe Jewelers
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Editorial Calendar
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IN eVerY ISSue
SkYLINe
This splashy opening editorial spread gives readers
a behind-the-scenes glance at notable, timely
cultural events.
CaLeNdarS
Provides readers with a snapshot of daily
happenings throughout the city, including the
current month as well as two months in advance.
Your PerSoNaL CoNCIerge
Presented in a Q&A format, the citys leading
concierges give their insider tips on what to see,
where to go and what to do in NYC.
maP
The large foldout map offers travelers up-to-date
subway maps and an address locator.
JaNuarY Super Bowl Coverage
PLUS: Whats new and hot in NYC (new shops, restaurants, exhibits, etc...
all things NEW)
FeBruarY Special dining Issue
PLUS: Romantic Gifts
marCH art and antiques
PLUS: Music
aPrIL editors Picks
PLUS: Spas
maY Special dining Issue
PLUS: Cocktails and Wine
JuNe Special entertainment Issue
PLUS: Nightlife
JuLY outdoor Fun/If It rains
PLUS: Family Fun
auguST Inside Scoop: where retailers & Chefs eat & Shop
PLUS: Museums
SePTemBer Special Fashion Issue/Home decor
PLUS: Fall Season of Entertainment
oCToBer art & antiques
PLUS: Beauty and Grooming
NoVemBer Special dining Issue
PLUS: Gift Guide
deCemBer Special gift guide Issue
PLUS: Entertainment
This must-have visitor magazine (circulation 141,000 per month) incorporates shopping, dining, attractions, entertainment, museums, galleries
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JuLY: outdoor Fun/If It rains auguST: Inside Scoop: where
retailers & Chefs eat & Shop
SePTemBer: Special Fashion
Issue/Home decor
oCToBer: art & antiques NoVemBer: Special dining Issue deCemBer: Special gift guide Issue
JaNuarY: Super Bowl Coverage FeBruarY: Special dining Issue marCH: art and antiques aPrIL: editor's Picks maY: Special dining Issue JuNe: Special entertainment Issue
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materials that do not meet these specifications. Changes to supplied material will be made by
the publisher only on written instructions from agency or client, and such changes must
be received at least 30 days prior to cover date. MVP can accept native files in a limited
number of formats. Changes can only be made if the native files, fonts, and graphics are
supplied. MVP endeavors to comply with all advertisers changes. However, MVP assumes no
responsibility for errors and omissions resulting from such changes.
SHIPPINg INFormaTIoN
aLL maTerIaLS muST Be reCeIVed oN or BeFore ISSue CLoSINg daTe.
CaNCeLLaTIoNS
Cancellations not received in writing prior to the space reservation date will not be accepted.
Advertisers not completing contract schedule are subject to short rate.
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Ads can be submitted on CD, DVD or via
electronic transmission. Please contact your
sales rep regarding digital transfer of ad
materials. Many of our publications can accept
materials by a proprietary web-based system
called AdDrop. Please ask your publication's
Advertising Services Coordinator for unique
private ftp credentials if AdDrop is unavailable.
We do not have a "common use" ftp site for
security reasons.
or maIL To:
Production Department
Where

IN New York
79 Madison Avenue, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10016
or emaIL adS To:
ads@ftp.in-newyorkmag.com
weB addreSS
Be sure
to include your
Web address
in your
ad creative.
Online editions will include
your ad exactly as it appears
in print, but for us to legally
link the ad to your Web site,
your Web address must
be included in the ad.