By: World of Print
Wall Street Journal distribution will include all Manhattan home and office subscribers and newsstands, plus Miami and Fort Lauderdale home and office subscribers, who will receive Apples to Oranges with their Saturday, November 26th, edition, bringing the total Wall Street Journal circulation to 83,000.
The New York Post will deliver Apples to Oranges to 80,000 home and office subscribers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut on Friday, November 18th.
“Having bought media worldwide for over 20 years,” Dugow says, “I have never seen a better marriage of editorial content, high-end advertisers and a readership of qualified, high-net-worth consumers.”
Apples to Oranges magazine launched in April 2011, reaching 114,000 targeted, high-net-worth households through a strategic arrangement Dugow forged with The New York Post. The upcoming issue of Apples to Oranges now adds The Wall Street Journal to its distribution mix. By combining select distribution from both publications, the magazine will now reach over 163,000 highly targeted readers.
For the upcoming November/December 2011 issue, Dugow has introduced an additional local Miami distribution of 25,000 copies during the week of Art Basel Miami Beach (November 26-December 4th). Apples to Oranges will be available in select Art Basel venues on Miami’s South Beach, Design District, and Wynwood Art Districts reaching high-end restaurants, clubs, shopping and entertainment hot spots.
Apples to Oranges
The coming issue of Apples to Oranges will celebrate the cultural cross-pollination that occurs between New York City and South Florida providing interesting editorial and high image quality, and a new larger format of 9″ x 11″.
Well-crafted editorial content will explore the worlds of retail, design, real estate, cuisine, nightlife, architecture, and the many ways these two contrasting cultures exert influence over each other.
Coming this fall in Apples to Oranges Magazine:
— An in-depth look at some of the most influential New Yorkers to have left their mark on South Florida.
— Refreshing feature stories that showcase South Florida living; and the “Buzz,” heard-on-the-street about fashion, design, film, art, culture, fine dining and more.