AIMC.COM (Advertising Internet Media Center)
This site provides a variety of free advertising data, including: radio cost per rating point TV cost per rating point from Spot Quotations And Data; magazine audiences and costs, including audience data from Mendelsohn Media Research, Inc., Simmons, and MRI; TV facts and figures from Media Dynamics; and multi media costper 1000 projections from Media Dynamics. The "Media Guru" section provides answers questions about media planning, media buying, media research and media management. Includes inks to other advertising media industry Web sites. Sponsored by Telmar, a supplier of media planning software and support services. Requires registration, which is free.
E & P Media Links
Editor & Publisher's research department has developed a database of all media with a Web presence, including associations, city guides, magazine, newspaper, news services and syndicates, radio and television Web sites. The site provides a variety of options for searching and browsing the database.
Gebbie Press: The All In One Media Directory
Links to radio and television stations, daily and weekly newspapers, magazines and state press associations/newspaper associations on the Internet.
NAA Hotlinks to Newspapers Online Links to newspaper and other related news organization Web sites, including U.S. dailies, Canadian newspapers, selected international papers, weeklies, business papers and alternative press.
N-Net: The Newspaper Network on the World Wide Web
An exhaustive listing of newspapers from all over the United States.
Oxbridge Communications, publisher of The Standard Periodical Directory, provides free searching (by keyword or pre-defined category) of its database of over 100,000 publications. The site also provides links to Web marketing and advertising resources.
Resources: Electronic Serials
A listing of electronic journals on the Internet, sponsored by the University of Houston Libraries.
Leading provider of media rates and data for the advertising industry for traditional media--such as magazines, newspapers, television and radio--as well as alternative marketing opportunities such as online, out-of-home and direct marketing.