Monthly Archives: August 2018

Versolutions now

“How did it get so late so soon?”
—Dr. Seuss


The first New York Times Book Review of September closes in a week.

That means seventeen Sundays left before Christmas. Of those, only THREE have far forward guaranteed full-page positioning still available. Busy days, and not just at the Times

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In fact … all the news

USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post — each eager to work with us for value-rich plans (online as well as print). Reserve now for your Fall 2018 authors.

And big, national brands are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the newspaper biz. Local papers around the country continue to offer devoted READERships and we’re bringing it all on home to you.

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Versolutions Road Trip

Versolutions Road Trip


Somewhere between Los Angeles and New York …

your reader needs a book. Let’s solve that problem!

It’s a big country but as you know, we often focus on the coasts and major cities. Here are a few ways to think about connecting those dots on the map … in the car.

Going somewhere?

Long vacation drives mean lots of opportunities.

  • Sirius XM radio: Over 65.4 million people are tuned in, and many vehicles have it pre-installed for a free trial.
  • iHeartRadio: Beloved brands and great targeting possibilities. Newer vehicles have streaming audio built right in so it’s just a tap away.
  • Podcasts: So last week, yet so now! As of 2018, 22 percent of Americans have listened to podcasts in the car.
Sirius XM · iHearRadio · Podcasts

Of course the airwaves are still alive with listeners too and Verso has been getting you the best rates for traditional radio since 1989.

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By the way, highway billboards.

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