Looking to reach our kick-ass readers, in print or online? Read on or just download a full media kit pdf. If you have any questions please drop us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will get right back to you!
WHAT WE DO:
Why the Dig? Because I said so. LOLZJK. Because this 21-34 year-old demographic everyone is after, they’re a savvy bunch; and the Dig is the only publication in the Greater Boston area that has the absolute lock on them. The Dig’s coverage of local news, arts, music, sex, food, movies and shopping – written by young people, for young people – is lively funny, incisive and, most importantly, dead honest, and has helped us develop a growing and rabidly loyal readership. At a time when both advertisers and media are trying to figure out how to attract young people, the Dig does it week in and week out.
Not only does the Dig provide the newspaper Boston is thirsty for but also the online presence that reaches the young multitudes each day, and night. With our exclusive online content, blogs and constantly updated social networking sites, we provide a place for Bostonians to speak their mind, spark conversation and connect. The Dig is integrated into bar culture, restaurants, sports, music and the arts through signature events and sponsorships all over the city. We know who our readers are; we also know that our advertisers are the people and businesses who make up the vibrant, informative and entertaining platform of the Boston lifestyle.
HOW WE DO IT:
PRINT + CUSTOM PUBLISHING
digboston (or just the Dig) is THE alternative weekly in Boston with nearly 400,000 readers per month and over 600 prime distribution points in the metro area including all T stations and colleges.
DIGITAL + SOCIAL MEDIA
With our exclusive online content, blog and constantly updated social networking sites, we’re the city’s one-stop resource for everything humor, entertainment and nightlife.
The Dig produces and supports lots of arts (Somerville ArtBeat, Glovebox Film Festival), music (Together Music Festival), food (Taste of Allston) and beer events (Beer Summit) ranging from the American Repertory Theater to the Taste of Cambridge as well as supporting various philanthropic ventures throughout the year.