JLC Media Kit

The Journal of Light Construction is written by and for residential and light commercial contractors—its pro-grade detail and step-by-step instruction make it the leading training destination for the industry. Readers are a dynamic audience of builders, remodelers and general contractors intent on improving their craftsmanship, processes and businesses.

The Journal of Light Construction is written by and for residential and light commercial contractors—its pro-grade detail and step-by-step instruction make it the leading training destination for the industry. Readers are a dynamic audience of builders, remodelers and general contractors intent on improving their craftsmanship, processes and businesses.



SPACE UNIT SPECS
NATIONAL ADVERTISING
WIDTH DEPTH
Full Page (Trim Size) 8" 10 1/2"
Full Page (Non Bleed) 7 1/2" 10"
Full Page (Bleed) 8 1/4" 10 3/4"
Spread (Trim Size 16" 10 1/2"
2/3 Page Vertical (Non Bleed) 4 1/2" 10"
1/2 Page Island (Non Bleed) 4 1/2" 7"
1/2 Page Horizontal (Non Bleed) 7 1/2" 4 7/8"
1/3 Page Vertical (Non Bleed) 2 1/4" 10"
1/3 Page Square (Non Bleed) 4 1/2" 4 5/8"
1/4 Page Vertical (Non Bleed) 3 3/8" 4 5/8"
1/6 Page Vertical (Non Bleed) 2 1/4" 4 5/8"
1/6 Page Horizontal (Non Bleed) 4 1/2" 2 1/4"
3/9 Page Horizontal Classified 7 1/4" 2 7/8"
3/9 Page Vertical Classified 2 3/8" 9"
2/9 Page Horizontal Classified 4 3/4" 2 7/8"
2/9 Page Vertical Classified 2 3/8" 6"
1/9 Page Classified 2 3/8" 2 7/8"

Safety: 1/4" from trim on all sides
Bleed: add 1/8" to all four sides

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768


The Journal of Light Construction is written by and for residential and light commercial contractors—its pro-grade detail and step-by-step instruction make it the leading training destination for the industry. Readers are a dynamic audience of builders, remodelers and general contractors intent on improving their craftsmanship, processes and businesses.

PAYMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Short Rates, Rebates, and Frequency Discount
Cancellation and Revisions
Rate Policy, Liability Limitations, and General Provision