Our portfolio connects you with a large majority of likely voters. Each week, we reach 78% of all DMA registered voters, 1.34 million, and 87% of our combined audiences are registered to vote. Almost half (43%) of the DMA always votes in state/local elections and 73% always vote in presidential contests. We also offer a powerful opportunity to influence the substantial slice (39% of the DMA) of those with independent-leaning affiliations, reaching 76% of that group each week.
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CT1 Media bloggers are at the forefront of their respective fields in Connecticut. Whether you’re looking for new information about local politics, music, sports, dining and more, CT1 Media’s bloggers have the scoop.
Cars.com is your online partner in helping you promote and showcase your entire inventory of new, used and certified vehicles. We make it easy for ready-to-buy shoppers to find your inventory and dealership. Then it’s up to you to do what you do best – sell cars.
Averaging more than 21.5 million page views per month, courant.com is the most visited online news source in Connecticut. With its state and local news, sports and entertainment, photo galleries or reporters’ blogs, courant.com is an indispensable resource for state residents.
CT1 Media Social Media
Social Media may go down as one of the most important advertising tools in the history of corporate America. CT1 Media is a market leader and innovator in the realm of social media. From Facebook to Twitter, Digg to Reddit, StumbleUpon to Tumblr, CT1 Media properties have an expansive presence on the web thanks to
FOX Network programming delivers the key 25-54 year-old viewer to advertisers with hits such as The Mindy Project, The Following, Sleepy Hollow, Kitchen Nightmares, Family Guy and The Simpsons. The FOX brand has become synonymous with quality sports programming. Its coverage of the National Football League, Major League Baseball, NASCAR and NCAA Football consistently receives more »
The Courant is America’s oldest continuously published newspaper, the largest newspaper in Connecticut and the 59th largest daily newspaper in the U.S. The Courant covers local issues that impact Connecticut residents as well as breaking national and regional stories. The Courant has the reputation of being the most trusted news source
MOBILE TEXT ALERTS
With alert campaigns for breaking news, weather, traffic, UConn sports and other hot topics, we keep our users in the know when they’re on the go.
This local print and online section combines reader-generated articles and photos with local news, events and information.
NIE / Student News
The Hartford Courant News in Education program connects students to the real world. A nationally recognized, award-winning program, NIE offers many exciting learning opportunities that reinforce skills and encourage strong, critical and global thinkers. FOX CT Student News features videos submitted from schools throughout Connecticut, which are aired within the FOX CT Morning News broadcast.
Original Programming / Stan Simpson
Stan Simpson is host of “The Stan Simpson Show,” an entertaining and insightful current affairs talk show that can been seen 24/7 on ctnow.com/stan or Saturdays at 6:30 a.m., on Fox CT, right before the weekend morning newscast
Original Programming / The Real Story
Part of the Political Power Hour, The Real Story is a half-hour current issues program where statewide and nationwide events are discussed with in-studio experts and guests. It is hosted by Al Terzi and Laurie Perez. The Real Story is broadcast Sundays mornings at 6:30 and 10:00 a.m. on Fox CT.
Tribune Direct – CT1 Media is a full-service direct marketing provider with a highly accurate local touch. Our direct marketing services include one-to-one cross-channel solutions with the exact messages to the exact customers, delivered through Direct Mail and electronic email. Tribune Direct combines the national reach of five direct mail facilities located throughout the United
WCCT is Connecticut’s home for the CW network. The CW brand is tailored to the 18 to 34 demographic. Hit CW shows such as The Vampire Diaries, Hart of Dixie, and America’s Next Top Model deliver the viewers other stations have a hard time reaching.