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The Slate Group
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The Slate Take: Editorial Mission
Slate helps people think differently.
Slate is the online magazine for the Smartest Generation, which has grown up with the Web and primarily consumes news and information online. The Slate Take is ahigher level of intelligent, penetrating analysis delivered with trademark wit and style. Slate informs, entertains, provokes. For every news story, political issue, cultural phenomenon, or business concern, 5 million influential readers ask, "What does Slate say about it?" And they take action.
Editorial quality drives reader engagement. Slate better engages readers with excellence and innovation that has been recognized by three leading journalism industry organizations in 2009:
- Missouri School of Journalism Honor Medal for Distinguished Service to Journalism: Slate is the only Web site to ever win the award (considered the top award in journalism, along with the Pulitzer Prize).
- The Online News Association's Online Journalism Award for Best Online Video, Large Site. Slate beat out ESPN to win this important industry prize. Slate's winning feature, The Power Recap, was sponsored by Acura.
- Slate won three Society of American Travel Writers Foundation Lowell Thomas Travel Writing Awards, two Golds and one Silver award—and Slate won more Golds than any other publication.
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The Smartest Generation: A Better Audience
Slate delivers an audience that's more affluent and more educated than other news sites:
|Smart||44 percent have a graduate degree|
|Affluent||37 percent make $100,000+|
|In-Market||62 percent are 25-54|
|Connected||72 percent access the Internet at work|
|Engaged||75 percent visit Slate 4+ times per week*|
Buzz Builders and Influentials
Slate's highly connected audience helps build world of mouth for your product.
|Work in Arts/Entertainment/Broadcasting/Publishing||475|
|Publish Blog on Blogging Site Only||367|
|Blog—Made a Comment/Post||259|
|Product Reviews (Seek/Post Yesterday)||287|
|Politics/Current Events (frequent advice)||243|
|Sources: @ Plan Fall 2009; *Slate Topline Report 2007|
Innovative Ad Solutions
Slate's innovative ad solutions are proven winners for a growing list of blue-chip business, consumer, and advocacy advertisers. The Slate Group knows how to use every tool and opportunity of the medium to meet your needs, including custom covers, product placement, mobile, podcasts, custom content, viral videos, widgets, and live events.
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The Slate Group
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