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AD TYPES and RESTRICTIONS
Flash (SWF) that does not animate in a loop longer than 15 seconds/pass and not to exceed 60kb
JPEG (static) and GIF (animated and static) not to exceed 30kb
No ActiveX controls or Java applets
Text-links and banner ads must employ the rel=”nofollow” attribute
OUR VERY SIMPLE AND REASONABLE ADVERTISING POLICIES
Nevada News & Views is the #1 source of conservative news and opinion in Nevada. It is a must-read publication for top political and public policy leaders of all stripes and parties, but especially free market, fiscal conservatives both inside and outside Nevada.
It is published by Citizen Outreach, an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization.
The advertising policies described below are subject to change by the Publisher at any time without notice. Check with your advertising consultant for recent changes or updates.
Publisher reserves the right, and at its sole discretion, to deny or revoke its approval and publication of any ad at any time for any reason without explanation.
All advertisements must comply with all current and applicable laws and regulations. The content of advertisements is the sole responsibility of the advertiser and advertiser assumes all responsibility for such content.
All ads must be provided by the advertiser. Advertiser agrees to hold Publisher harmless against any and all liability resulting from the publication of advertising provided by the advertiser. Publisher will review and approve all ads and reserves the right to reject any advertisement at its sole discretion.
All positioning of advertisements is at the discretion of the Publisher. Requested placement or positioning of advertisements is not guaranteed without payment of an additional “positioning fee.” Publisher does not guarantee any specific readership level or circulation for any advertisement.
Nevada News & Views accepts advertising from political candidates, political parties and political action committees; however, publication of such advertisements should in no way be construed as an endorsement. All political advertisements must identify the paying sponsor of the advertisement.
Advertisements may contain a link to a website with additional information, but shall not be linked directly to a donation page. Political advertisements must comply with all election laws. The inclusion of any required disclaimers are the advertiser’s responsibility.
Nevada News & Views does not generally accept any advertising for adult products or services. Any exceptions will be made at the sole discretion of the Publisher.
Any advertisements offering something for “free” must fully comply with all FTC guidelines related to “free” offers and conspicuously disclose any and all conditions for obtaining the “free” product or service, including, but not limited to, the payment of specified shipping and handling fees.
The privacy policies of all advertisers that request and collect personal information, including name and/or email addresses, must be clearly described and outlined on all landing pages and/or websites linked to the advertisement.
Any advertisements including sound must be user-initiated with clearly identified “Play” and “Stop” buttons that require an actual click, not a rollover.
All advertisements must be paid for in advance and will be billed on a monthly basis unless otherwise agreed to by Publisher. If credit is established and extended, payment is due within 30 days. If payments are not received on time, advertiser agrees to pay reasonable collection costs, including reasonable attorneys’ fees and interest charges of 1.5% per month.
If Publisher fails to publish an advertisement due to factors beyond its control, Publisher will offer an alternative date for publishing to advertiser or provide advertiser a pro rata reduction in the advertising fee.
Publisher: Chuck Muth
Managing Editor: Roelyn Larubis
Director of Digital Operations: Jay Chauhan