The Phoenix is distributed throughout Boston, Providence, and Portland, Maine. The Phoenix began in Boston in 1966 as a four-page arts and entertainment guide, one of the fi rst of a national wave of “alternative newsweeklies.” After over 40 years, it is one of the country’s largest alternative weeklies, reaching over 700,000 young, active, and educated readers.
Red Sox Opening Day
Phoenix Literary Supplement
Best Music Poll
Ski & Snowboard
Combining the depth of a magazine with the immediacy of a newspaper, the Phoenix covers local and national politics, music, food, pop culture, fashion, gay and lesbian issues, movies, theater, TV, and more. Its thoughtprovoking
journalism has won numerous awards from the New England Press Association and the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies, as well as a Pulitzer Prize.
The Phoenix delivers your advertising to a highly focused, 18-34-year-old readership – Boston’s trendsetters and the people who fuel New England’s thriving arts and entertainment scene.
Gender: 52% male / 48% female
Age: 68% readers are 18-44
Income: 51% over $56,000
*Based on media audit May-July 2008
For Boston Phoenix local and national rate information please contact:
Vice President of Print Media Sales