Magazine Subscriptions


We offer a variety of magazine subscriptions.

At Home in Central Illinois magazine made its debut in the fall of 2007.

This deluxe full color publication offers beautifully photographed
features focusing on  local area homes, gardens, art/artists,
adventures in food/restaurants and seasonal articles depicting central Illinois.
 
Distributed quarterly to 8500 plus readers, At Home magazine enjoys over 2,000 purchasing subscribers and is available at Champaign and Bloomington Barnes & Noble locations in addition to the complimentary direct mail delivery.
 
Find At Home magazine online: www.athomeillinois.com
(not available to purchase in this format, as full issues are not represented).
 

Central Illinois Business magazine arrived in the market place in 2005.

Published bi-monthly and distributed to over 5500 local businesses, each issue is provided in a full color high resolution format. Central Illinois Business has 2500 complimentary subscriptions, with the balance of copies available in News-Gazette offices and various financial institutions and areas serving the business community.

 

CIB includes articles about successful local businesses, economic analysis by leading columnists, information concerning innovative area companies and CEOs and strategies for investing. It also provides a source for Central Illinois economic indicators such as

home sales, retail sales, new vehicle sales, unemployment, manufacturing index, etc.

 

Find Central Illinois Business magazine online: www.centralillinoisbusiness.com

 

I Do magazine

Premiered in spring of 2010.
 
 I Do is delivered to the wedding market in a full color high resolution format annually.
Local weddings are the featured articles as well as ideas for wedding planning
focusing on cakes/food, jewelry, flowers, wedding gowns, groom’s attire,  locations and venues, etc.  The 2014 issue will be available in September.
 
Over 3,000 copies are distributed to brides-to-be through wedding registries, local events
of interest to the bridal market, and by request through News-Gazette promotions.