Book ads in Tribune newspaper at cost-effective rates


Circulation : 3,56,291

Language :   English

The Tribune newspaper: The Tribune is now published from Chandigarh and is the leading English daily for Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and the Union Territory of Chandigarh. Aside from The Tribune in English, it has two sister publications: Dainik Tribune (in Hindi) and Punjabi Tribune.

Capture North-Indian readers with ads in Tribune

English newspaper The Tribune gives advertisers from all over India a wealth of opportunities to reach across to seven northern states’ readers in and beyond the Union Territory of Chandigarh to Punjab, Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jammu & Kashmir, with its editions in Chandigarh, New Delhi, Bhatinda, Jalandhar, Dehradun, and Bhatinda. In addition to The Tribune in English, advertisers have access to its two sister publications: Punjabi Tribune and Dainik Tribune (in Hindi).

Launched as far back as 2 February 1881 in Lahore, now in Pakistan, this Chandigarh-headquartered newspaper reached a circulation of 3,26,568 copies as on June-January 2013 according to the Audit Bureau of Circulation.

The Tribune newspaper ads: All these editions offer rates that are very competitive with other English newspapers of the region but are different from each other. However, a combination of editions (e.g. Chandigarh and Dehradun) reduces the combined rate of both for a single advertisement.

All the editions offer advertisers a large number of categories to advertise in. These in include Matrimonial, Property (for sale, rent and to let), Recruitment, Education, Public Notice, Name Change, Lost and Found, Business, Tenders, Services, Astrology, Motor Vehicle, Obituary, Remembrance and others. They too have separate rates from each other and some offer rebates from time to time.

Ads in The Tribune newspaper:  These are in the same three formats found in every newspaper:

Tribune Classified Text ads: Such ads are on run-on word format restricted to five lines. Beyond that limit, they would cost more. At extra cost, one can also enhance them with the help of ticks, bold letters, colours and borders. They are charged by the word.

Tribune Classified Display ads: Such ads cost more as they are charged by the square centimetre and allow eye-catching enhancements like colour screen, visuals and logos. They can also be digitally composed with a template.

Tribune Display ads: These ads are governed only by the budgetary allotments in terms of square centimetres. They can be of any size of colour and occupy any page or position in a page.

Free daily supplements and pull-outs: Select issue of The Tribune carries the following supplements through the week: • Life+Style in Chandigarh and Ludhiana • Chandigarh Tribune • Ludhiana Tribune • Amritsar Tribune • Bathinda Tribune • Jalandhar Tribune

Rates of advertising in these supplements are cheaper than in the main paper but different from each other.

Free weekly pull-outs: The same applies to the following: • Jobs & Careers • Real Estate • Trends 
• Spectrum • Haryana Plus.

From the above, advertisers from all over India can see what huge opportunities The Tribune offers them for telling north Indian readers about whatever goods, services of events they need to promote in the region. However, this could be a time-consuming complex and stressful exercise especially for someone who has little or no dealings with the media in general and newspapers in particular. The simple solution for them is to use their home or office computers to simply contact the online advertising facility Myadvtcorner with its well-equipped media professionals who are cued into all newspapers, their rates, discounts and lead-times – to get the most cost-effective and timely responses for advertisers.

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