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Height x Width (mm)

FULL PAGE (380 x 266) 3850
HALF PAGE (190 x 266) 2400
QUARTER PAGE (245 x 103) 1300
QUARTER PAGE (165 x 156) 1300
EIGHTH PAGE (122 x 103) 880
EIGHTH PAGE (82 x 156) 880
SINGLE COLUMN (50 x 50) 240
SINGLE COLUMN (80 x 50) 330

 

COPY/PUBLICATION DATES 2018

MONTH:      [COPY] –  (PUBLICATION)

January       [15.01.18] – (26.01.18)

February      [12.02.18] – (23.02.18)

March          [19.03.18] – (30.03.18)

April             [23.04.18] – (04.05.18)

May             [28.05.18] – (08.06.18)

June            [25.06.18] – (06.07.18)

July             [23.07.18] – (03.08.18)

August        [20.08.18] – (31.08.18)

September  [17.09.18] – (28.09.18)

October      [15.10.18] – (26.10.18)

November  [19.11.18] – (30.11.18)

December  [17.12.18] – (28.12.18)

 

WEBSITE ADVERTISING
The Muslim News website receives up to 1.5 million hits a month.
Have a banner linked to your website

ONLINE ADVERTISING RATES
1 month   –  £450 + VAT | 12 months  –  £4500 + VAT

Online banner specs
Width – 160 Pixels
Height – 225 Pixels

Agency commission 15% | Other sizes/special positions by arrangement
Cost exclusive of VAT

 

READERSHIP BY LOCATION
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COUNTY BREAKDOWN

County Readership
Avon 850
Bedfordshire 1400
Berkshire 2100
Buckinghamshire 1000
Cambridgeshire 350
Cheshire 75
Cleveland 600
County Durham 550
Derbyshire 150
Devon 700
Dorset 150
Essex 1000
Gloucestershire 150
Hampshire 1300
Herefordshire 5
Hertfordshire 500
Isle of Wight 25
Kent 1170
Lancashire 13600
Leicestershire 2400
Merseyside 850
Middlesex 4800
Midlands 10300
Norfolk 125
Northumberland 5
Oxfordshire 1100
Shropshire 55
Somerset 250
South Yorkshire 1240
Staffordshire 225
Suffolk 350
Surrey 3100
Sussex 500
Tyne & Wear 100
Warwickshire 90
West Yorkshire 7500
Wiltshire 350
Worcestershire 150

 

READERSHIP DEMOGRAPHIC

GENDER BREAK-DOWN

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ETHNIC BREAK-DOWN

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Unlike other publications that cater for a specific ethnic group, The Muslim News is aimed at the wider Muslim community. And according to the Office of National Statistics, Muslims are the most ethnically diverse religious group in England and Wales. This makes any advertisers attempt to target Muslim consumers using only “Asian” or any other ethnic publications counter-productive.
The Muslim News reaches the most diverse ethnic communities: Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Indian, Kashmiri, Sri Lankan, Turkish, Turkish Cypriots, Arabs, Iranian, Malaysian, Kosovan, Bosnian, African (including Somalis), Afro Caribbean etc.

WHY TARGET THE MUSLIM CONSUMER?

Muslims are the next largest religious group in the UK with 2.7 million people (4.8 per cent of the population). Between 2001 and 2011 there has been an increase in people who identify as Muslim (3 % to 4.8%) the BIGGEST INCREASE OF ALL FAITHS. The Muslim News is available in most mosques, Islamic centres, universities, Muslim bookshops, colleges, libraries across the country and we have mail shots for over 600 mosques.

Year No of Muslims Muslim (population) Registered Mosques
1961 50,000 0.11% 7
1971 226,000 0.46% 30
1981 553,000 1.11% 149
1991 950,000 1.86% 443
2001 1,600,000 3.07% 614
2011 2,706,000 4.83% 1,500

 

NUMBER CRUNCHING…

•    £3.6 billion the combined liquid assets of  10,000 Muslim millionaires in the UK (Datamonitor 2008)
•    £31+ billion estimated contribution to UK economy
•   £20.5 billion estimated British Muslim spending power
•  The global Halal food industry is worth $661 billion; £1billion is the estimated size of UK Halal food industry
•    84 % of all ethnic minority adults read ethnic publications
•    40% of London’s ethnic minority population is Muslim (1 million)
•  £6.23 in revenue is generated for every £1 spent on print ads compared with £3.57 for  TV [Source:  A study by econometricians at Brand Science for the Outdoor OAA, 2008]
•   Research suggests that Muslims give to charity more than twice as much per capita  than the average Briton (a reported £370 vs £165). [Source: PM David Cameron @ The Muslim News Awards for Excellence March 31, 2014]

 

ADVERTISERS

Co-Op, CruxtonTtravel, Dahabshiil, HFA, Inclusive Ventures Group, Lidl, Medscheme, Ministry of Defence, NHS, Sainsburys, Tesco, The Salaam Centre, Toys R US

 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Aga Khan University, Al-Mahdi Institute,  Cardiff University, College of Business Management, Coventry University, Heythrop College, King Saud University, lancaster University, Liverpool Hope University, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Tauheedul Trust, The Islamic College, University of Gloucestershire, University of Portsmouth, University of Wales, Woolf Institute

 

CHARITABLE ORGANISATIONS

Al-Khair Foundation, Al Muntada, Human Appeal, Interpal, IPCI, Islamic Help, Islamic Relief, Muslim Aid, Muslim Hands, Tauheedul, Ummah Welfare Trust

 

Did you know The Muslim News…

Provides objective news & views of Muslims in the UK

Began publishing in February 1989, is the oldest, well established and respected Muslim newspaper in the UK

The only independent monthly Muslim newspaper in the UK. It is neither backed by any country, organisation nor any party

Is renowned for its objectivity & authenticity of its news, & is the most authoritative commentator on British Muslim affairs

Is the most consulted paper in the UK on Muslim domestic & international issues by various media, institutions, academics and researchers – both Muslim and non-Muslim

Has been one of the pioneers of recognising the Muslim community; it has campaigned for a British Muslim identity

Ethnic readership is dynamic & diverse; South Asian (Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Kashmiri and Indian), Indonesian, Malaysian, Turkish, Turkish-Cypriot, Iranian, Arab, Bosnian, Kosovan, African, Afro-Caribbean, Somali & other ethnic minorities. Our readership is mainly the second & third generation Muslims but also targets first generation

Highlights human rights abuses against British Muslims

Organizes the pioneering prestigious annual ‘The Muslim News Awards for Excellence’ event to acknowledge British Muslim contribution to society & celebrate excellence and highlights the achievements in the Muslim community. It is also intended that by identifying Muslim achievers and success stories around the UK, we will go some way towards providing the much needed positive role models for our younger generation, and towards countering the misconceptions and prejudice that, more often than not, surround Muslim community representation in the media.

The Editor, Ahmed J Versi, founded the UK Muslim Women’s Sport in 2001 and later founded Muslim Women Sport Foundation. In 2001 & 2005, The Muslim News organized teams to participate in the International Islamic Women’s Games. Versi was elected as an executive committee member of the International Islamic Women’s Games, in charge of non-Muslim countries during 2001-2005

Reports on what is unreported by the non-Muslim media. It is pro-active and sets the vision for the Muslim community

In its 25 years of publication, has highlighted some of the media’s and establishment’s institutionalised Islamophobia on various issues – political (both domestic & international), education, employment & religion

Over 120 people attended a landmark conference on the media reporting of Islam and Muslims. It was held jointly by The Muslim News and Society of Editors in London on September 15.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence event is to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to society. Over 850 people from diverse background, Muslim and non-Muslim, attended the gala dinner.

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