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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.

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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.

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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.

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