About our Intown Readers...

15%

37%

dined at a restaurant

that was mentioned

or advertised in the magazine

discussed something

they read in the magazine with a friend or family member

shopped at a business

that was mentioned or advertised

About our Northside Readers...

39%

15%

93%

of subscribers read all 4 issues of the Sun. AJC

don't read any other locally oriented lifestyle magazine

More than a 1/4 of readers spend 30 minutes or more with the magazine

Living Northside

 Demos

Avg HHI: $121,221

 

Homeowner: 96%

 

College Degree+: 68%

Sources: Custom CMG research study 2015.

 

Contact us

about Advertising

&

WHO WE ARE

Our lifestyle magazines provide an insider's perspective into the attractions

and events in and around the unique neighborhoods of Atlanta.

2 unique

footprints

combined

reach over 60k

households

Living Intown

named international

finalist by INMA of

"Best New Print

Product in 2015"

19%

Avg HHI: $112,389

 

Homeowner: 93%

 

College Degree+: 70%

 

 

Living Intown Demos

&

FEATURED CONTENT

Local music, art, food and cultural events - our magazines illustrate the best that our unique area has to offer. We lift the curtain so that readers have an insider's view of truly special neighborhoods and local hidden gems.

Every issue includes:

&

CONTENT CALENDARS

NORTHSIDE

INTOWN

AUGUST & SEPTEMBER

FEBRUARY & MARCH

Cover story

Mercedes-Benz Stadium fan experience

 

Feature

Historic downtown areas and lesser known Georgia landmarks

 

Neighborhood

East Cobb

 

OCTOBER

2nd Edition

Second Homes

2x

APRIL & MAY

Cover story

New Year’s resolutions might be cast aside but you can always learn something new

 

Get Healthy

 

Neighborhood

Milton

 

AJC Signature Event

Top Workplaces March 21

FEBRUARY & MARCH

Cover story

On Stage – Northside Theater

Season Preview

 

Features

Ghost tours, haunted houses,

cool cemeteries; fall festivals

 

Neighborhood

Dunwoody

 

NOVEMBER & DECEMBER

JUNE & JULY

Cover story

SunTrust Park fan experience

 

Feature

Spring Festivals

Beast Mode Training for the Big Race

 

Neighborhood

Alpharetta

 

 

 

 

AJC Signature Events

Celebrating Nurses is May 9

AJC Cup is on June 1

Cover story

Y'allywood-filming movies and TV shows on the Northside

 

Feature

Interior design and home tips from local personalities

 

Neighborhood

Roswell

 

 

Cover story

Cigar Rooms, Wine Clubs

and Social Groups

 

Features

Gift ideas for the holidays

 

Neighborhood

Johns Creek

 

 

AJC Signature Events

AJC Peachtree Road Race

JULY & AUGUST

JANUARY & FEBRUARY

FEBRUARY & MARCH

Cover story

Y'allywood-filming movies

and TV shows Intown

 

Feature

Downtown Atlanta History and lesser known Georgia landmarks

 

Neighborhood

Castleberry

 

 

SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER

2nd Edition

Second Homes

2x

AJC Signature Events

AJC Peachtree Road Race

FEBRUARY & MARCH

Cover story

New Year’s resolutions might be cast aside but you can always learn something new

 

Get Healthy

 

Neighborhood

Oakhurst

 

 

MARCH & APRIL

NOVEMBER & DECEMBER

Cover story

Mercedes-Benz Stadium fan experience

 

Feature

Fall Festivals

Oakland and other cemetery tours

 

Neighborhoods

Peachtree Hills & Brookwood Hills

 

MAY & JUNE

Cover story

Behind the scenes at tourist attractions

 

Feature

Spring Festivals

 

Neighborhood

Collier Hills

 

 

 

 

 

AJC Signature Event

Top Workplaces March 21

Cover story

SunTrust Park fan experience

 

Feature

Green homes, community gardens, container gardens

 

Neighborhood

Midtown

 

 

Cover story

Revisit the beloved Atlanta BeltLine

as new trails open

 

Feature

Shopping on the Westside,

Ponce City Market, and other unique areas

 

Neighborhoods

Virginia Highlands & Morningside

 

 

AJC Signature Events

Celebrating Nurses is May 9

AJC Cup is on June 1

Our editorial is subject to change and will be updated accordingly throughout the year.

Where you see this symbol you have the opportunity to align your brand with both our Intown & Northside readers

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  • Distribution Map

  • Rates

  • Specs

  • Instructions

    Send Electronic Ads to www.AJC.com/addrop

     

    Materials should be in CMYK Format. All artwork must be prepared as EPS or TIF files in Photoshop 7.0, Illustrator 10.0 or an earlier version. Images must have a minimum resolution of 300 dpi. Ads with bleed should be built to the spec sizes on all sides. Full Bleed is available on Full, Half and Center spread and cover positions only. Camera ready artwork should be formatted as a searchable pdf so links work in the digital extension. All rates are net.   Cover positions are printed on 100# glossy stock.  Inside positions are printed on 60# stock. Unless otherwise specified, all terms and conditions of the Retail Advertising Rate Book shall apply. All investments in the magazine will accrue toward fulfillment of AJC agreements.

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THE DETAILS

&

OUR TEAM

Mark Waligore

Managing Editor

Living Intown & Living Northside

 

Mark started his journalism career in Trenton, N.J., as an unpaid college intern with The Trentonian. He has also worked at newsrooms in Pittsburgh, Rockford, Ill., and Seattle and joined The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in 2004 as the regional editor and is the managing editor since 2012. Mark is ultimately responsible for the editorial content of our magazines – as well as the newsroom’s sports, visuals, education, lifestyles and print-specialty teams

Bob Howard

Editorial Director

Living Intown & Living Northside

 

Bob Howard is the editorial director of our Cox Media Group magazines. He has 40 years of journalism experience at several newspapers, including the Pensacola News Journal, USA Today and The Detroit News. He came to the AJC in 2002 where he was the copy desk manager. Bob helped launch Living Intown in 2013 and has been the editorial lead on all our other magazines: Living Northside, Travel and Food & Drink.

 

 

Adrianne Murchison

Editor

Living Northside

 

Adrianne has worked on staff at
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and is
a former editor of AOL's Patch news sites. She has penned a play and authored
a non-fiction book on relationships. Adrianne lives on the Northside in
Sandy Springs.

 

John Nesmith

Publishing Operations

 

 

John is a visual communications professional and a native of South Carolina who has been with the AJC for over 30 years. He provides the production execution know-how that ensures the best visual quality for our Living magazine publications.

 

 

Curt Holmann

Editor

Living Intown

 

Curt is an Atlanta native and has written for Creative Loafing, Atlanta Magazine, and many others. He’s won critical writing awards from the Association of Alternate Newspapers and the Society of Professional Journalists. He lives in Chamblee, co-hosts a biweekly podcast called “The Comics Canon” and is a member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association.

Annemarie Poterba

Advertising Director

 

 

Having spent the majority of her career in retail advertising, Annemarie is passionate about helping clients succeed. She is committed to upholding our founder’s quest to uncover the unique personalities and offerings of the many neighborhoods we profile. Annemarie is married to an Atlanta native and is a long-time resident of Sandy Springs.

 

 

Sara Bryant

Creative Director

 

“The Livings” came to Sara’s desk as a prototype for creative feedback, and she never looked back. She has served at times as Creative Director, and worn many other hats that come with product development and execution. Sara LOVES the product that we have shaped and the team that has shaped it.

 

 

Mary Bell

Product Manager

 

Mary works closely with both magazines and is the go-to person who makes sure our advertising and editorial efforts are executed properly. Born and raised in Texas, she started her media career at the AJC and now calls Atlanta home. In her spare time, you will likely see Mary checking out a new restaurant and walking around Chastain Park or the Atlanta BeltLine.

 

Our Founder

Molly Padilla

Director of Product Development

 

Molly Padilla retired from the AJC in 2015. A longtime Intown resident,  she supplied the vision for our Living Intown and Living Northside magazines. Her goal was to provide an insider’s perspective on these two distinct enclaves and entice readers to get out and

explore for themselves. We try to honor her mission by consistently covering dining, shopping, entertainment and the arts in each edition as well as profiling one distinct neighborhood in more detail.

 

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