Q: Where can I pick up a copy of Orlando Weekly?

Orlando Weekly is available at distribution points throughout Orange and Seminole counties. It’s circulated to apartment complexes, college campuses, bookstores, gyms, coffee houses, bars, restaurants and various other retail locations. You can also find Orlando Weekly in more than 300 red street boxes (brown in downtown Orlando) in highly visible, well-traveled areas around town. For more specific information, please call 407-377-0400 or email circulation@orlandoweekly.com

Q: What areas does Orlando Weekly cover?

Orlando Weekly is dedicated to giving Orlando an alternative source of news and opinions on local politics, communities, culture and the arts. Our readers turn to us for Orlando’s most comprehensive calendar of events; coverage of the latest in movies, restaurants, music, visual arts, and the printed word; provocative voices on topics ranging from sports to sex to City Hall; and stories they won't find anywhere else.

Q: What is the circulation of Orlando Weekly?

We publish 40,000 print copies of Orlando Weekly every week. This translates into an audited readership of over 200,000 adult readers each month, equating to 20% of all Orlando-area adults.

Q: How can I find out about advertising opportunities?

We offer a variety of exciting ways to promote your product, service, business, or event.

Display ads (traditional graphic ads throughout the paper) are available at extremely competitive rates. You can inquire about display advertising by using our online form here. If you’d prefer to speak with someone, email Sales Director Jeff Kruse or call 407-377-0400, ext. 236.

Classified advertising is also available. We offer both standard line ads and graphically designed display ads. Contact Account Executive Jerrica Schwartz via email.

Orlando Weekly also offers compelling online advertising opportunities. When you want to make sure that your online advertising efforts are reaching a local audience of active, educated individuals, then Orlando Weekly's online offerings may be for you. Contact Multimedia Sales Executive Dan Winkler at 407-377-0400, ext. 230, to find out more.

Q: What day is Orlando Weekly published?

A new issue of Orlando Weekly is available every Wednesday.

Q: Where can I find a digital copy of Orlando Weekly? Can I browse past issues?

We post a digital version of our print issue every week, and you can browse our issue archive to find issues going back to 1997.

Q: Where can I find Orlando Weekly on social media?

You'll find us most often on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Q: How can I send a letter to the editor?

We love to hear from our readers. Email feedback@orlandoweekly.com.

Q: How can I contact a particular employee at Orlando Weekly?

Check out our About Us page here. You'll find phone numbers and email contact information for everyone, from our writers to our sales reps.

Q: How can I submit a Display Ad or Artwork?

If you have a camera-ready ad or artwork that you'd like to include in an ad that we are building for you, you can submit it via email to ads@orlandoweekly.com.

Q: How can I submit a listing to be included in the calendar?

Orlando Weekly's calendar is the authoritative source for events all over Central Florida. To submit your event, visit the Calendar section of this site and click "Submit Your Event."

Or send all the event details to our Calendar Editor at listings@orlandoweekly.com. Be sure to include contact information, so we can verify the listing!

Q: How can I subscribe or order a past issue?

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Q: What's your website's privacy policy?

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Q: Have a question or suggestion regarding our website?

Please email Publisher Graham Jarrett or Editor in Chief Jessica Bryce Young.

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