Where the Stars Align Powered by the electricity and magic of its celebrity chefs, Food Network Magazine has rocketed to success by bringing the excitement of the Food Network brand to print. Fueled by incredible consumer demand for all things Food Network, we’ve revolutionized the magazine landscape by combining the best of all worlds in one package: food, star chefs, entertainment and fun. Pop CULTURE SENSATION Food Network Magazine is at the center of the pop culture sensation where chefs are the new celebrities and food is the new entertainment—delivering over 11.5 million passionate readers who crave all that is new and exciting! Rocking the Industry • One of the highest renewal rates in the industry: 4–5x renewals spending $29.99–$34.97 • Up 14% in readership—one of the fastestgrowing magazines • Over 11.5 million readers— biggest audience of all food titles* • 3rd largest monthly magazine on newsstand in the U.S., selling more copies than Real Simple, People StyleWatch or Glamour • Food Network Magazine accounts for one of every two monthly epicurean magazines sold at retail • 12 rate base increases since launch, delivering over 1.7 million copies every month —1.7 million effective January/February 2015 —1.65MM, effective July/Aug 2014 issue • Over 7 million Facebook likes— #1 among all magazines • No use of verified to meet rate base • #1 on newsstand within epicurean set, selling more than Cooking Light, Food & Wine, Every Day With Rachael Ray and Bon Appétit COMBINED “ Food Network Magazine revitalized interest in the food magazine genre. ” Food Network Magazine ranks #1 in advertiser satisfaction! WALL ST. JOURNAL, 4/29/13 Sources: Advertiser Satisfaction—highest rated media brand (150+) measured by Advertiser Intelligence Report 2014; AAM 1H14; GfK MRI Doublebase 2014; Media Radar 2014 *vs. Bon Appétit, Cooking Light, Eating Well, Every Day With Rachael Ray, and Food & Wine. ROCKETS to SUCCESS Adweek Hot List (twice in 2011!) H Ad Age—The A-List (2012, 2011, 2010, 2009) H min’s “Marketing Team of the Year” Winner (2011) H min’s “Marketer of the Year” Winner (2011) H ASME National Magazine Award Nomination for General Excellence (2010) H min’s Editorial & Design Awards “Best Launch” Our secret Ingredient: Celebrity Chefs Our secret ingredient is our family of celebrity chefs...all in one place! Our diverse mix of celebrity chefs offers something for everyone. Regardless of skill level or style, readers know they will always find something appetizing in our pages. Our readers want to cook like them, entertain like them, and go to their favorite restaurants and travel destinations. They invite them, like friends and family, into their homes. Whether readers are looking for simple recipes, star-studded entertaining ideas or their next travel destination, the celebrity connection makes all the difference. Consumers trust them and feel like they know them. And they LOVE them! EDITORIAL, DESIGN & PHOTO Our clean, modern design raises the bar and separates us from the rest. With ample white space and big, bold, beautiful photography, our editors not only make it easy to find delicious recipes, but delight readers’ eyes in the process. Editorial Sections Editorial Features • In the Know • Recipe Index • Mix and Match • Fun Cooking • To Your Health • Party Time • Weeknight Cooking • Star Search • Which Side Are You On? • Weekend Cooking • Editor’s Letter • Top This • Party Time • Calendar • Piece of Cake • On the Road • Reader Letters • Hot Tips • Contests • In the Know • Easy Sides • You Asked • 50 Recipes Booklets Editorial Editions • Food News • Weeknight Cooking • Travel Edition • Know it All • Weekend Cooking • Music Edition • Star Kitchen • Try This at Home • Kids’ Edition • Which is Healthier? • Name This Dish • Stars At Home Edition • Get the Look 50 Recipe BOOKLETS Every issue of Food Network Magazine features a removable digest-size recipe booklet, filled with 50 different tips and short recipes. It’s one of our best-read sections every month, inspiring readers to take action. Booklet Themes in 2014 • Jan/Feb: Flavored Popcorns • March: Bacon Appetizers • April: Deviled Eggs • May: Punches • June: Picnic Salads Recipe Booklets Rule! • • Bonus distribution at retail • 88% tear out the Booklet and use it repeatedly • 82% always read the Recipe Booklets and say they are a great fit in Food Network Magazine • Bonus recipes on foodnetmag.com sponsored by advertisers • Advertisers receive the benefit of an editorial “halo effect.” Over three-fourths’ (76%) of readers say “ads, like the Booklets, are a special bonus giving me something ‘extra’ that I can actually use” • September: Pasta Sauces • October: Quick Breads • December: Cheese Plates • Brand ad on Cover 4 of booklet in recall and reader action • July/Aug: Steaks • November: Cranberries Always among the top 3 editorial features Advertiser Opportunity • 73% will try/buy the advertised product because it’s on the Booklet “i love the 50 recipe booklet! it goes straight from the magazine to my bag so that i have it with me when i go to the supermarket.” —krista, Food Network Magazine reader Source: GfK MRI Starch 2013; Food Network Magazine Chef’s Table Survey 2014 on Advertising Impact Additional opportunities including retail sampling provided upon request. All details subject to change and pending Food Network Magazine approval. A BRAND SUPERPOWER Food Network is everywhere and loved everywhere. TELEVISION Top 15 ad-supported cable network, reaching 98 million homes DIGITAL & VIDEO Top-tier food and lifestyle website, reaching 24.9 million unique users monthly *in the U.S. The Nielsen Co., April 2014 UE; comScore Media Metrix Multi-Platform, Jan–May 2014 monthly average; MRI Doublebase 2014; AAM 2H13 MAGAZINE 3rd largest monthly magazine on the newsstand,* reaching 11.5 million readers Custom MARKETING SOLUTIONS As part of a multi-platform powerhouse brand, Food Network Magazine provides solutions to reach and engage with this unique fan base anyplace, anytime! H Email Blasts H Food Trucks H Promo Pages H Twitter H Press H Promo Site H Talent Partnerships H Digital Edition H Recipe Development H Retail Sampling H Cookbooks H Events H Sweepstakes H Research H DIGITAL EDITION Food Network is the #1 food magazine in digital editions sold,* with circulation of 110K in 2014—a 20% gain YOY. Food Network Magazine Platforms Opportunities • “Enhanced for Tablet” digital editions are available on Apple/ iPad, Barnes & Noble/Nook, Google Play/Nexus, Zinio (iOS) and Next Issue Media. • Click Tag: $2,500 net. 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ENGAGED and RESPONSIVE Fan Obsession Among Food Network Magazine readers... • 1,000+ letters from readers received per month • 93% are highly satisfied with the issues • 50,000+ entries in 48 hours, in response to our Cooking 1-2-3 binder giveaway • 96% have taken/plan to take action based on an ad • 10,000+ entries, on average, in response to our monthly editorial contest “Name This Dish” • 67,000+ entries for the annual Holiday Calendar Sweepstakes • 10,000+ copies of Food Network Magazine’s Great Easy Meals cookbook sold in 10 minutes on QVC and it was named a New York Times best seller in just one week #1 In Engaged Readers Food Network Magazine ranks ahead of all epicurean titles in key consumer engagement indicators: • Average reading time: 46 minutes • Very good/one of my favorites: 68% • Read 3-4/4 issues: 58% Source: FNM Edit Survey; MRI Doublebase 2014 • 97% use a tip from the magazine • 93% enter a contest or sweepstakes • 91% visit FoodNetwork.com • Nearly 9 in 10 save the issue • 71% purchase featured products and services DEMOGRAPHIC DEMO PROFILE Audience (000) Comp (%) 11,494 100 Women 8,454 73.6 Men 3,040 26.4 Total Adults Source: GfK MRI Doublebase 2014 Median Age 41.9 Age 18–49 Age 25–49 Age 25–54 7,408 5,623 6,722 Median HHI $62,876 64.5 48.9 58.5 HHI $60,000+ HHI $75,000+ HHI $100,000+ 5,987 4,735 3,088 52.1 41.2 26.9 Married 6,079 52.9 Any Children 5,200 45.2 Any College 6,840 59.5 Employed 7,204 62.7 Home Owned 7,287 63.4 A Counties 5,123 44.6 B Counties 3,651 31.8 EDIT CALENDAR 2014 Issue Date Features Ad Close On Sale Light Game Day Snacks 11/15/13 1/7/14 March The Bacon Issue 12/19/13 2/11/14 April Kids Edition Spring Favorites Kids: 1/8/14 1/24/14 3/18/14 May Travel Edition The Color Issue Travel: 1/31/14 2/26/14 4/15/14 June Hot & Cold Issue Father’s Day 3/27/14 5/20/14 July/August Music Edition Summer Entertaining Music: 4/18/14 5/1/14 6/24/14 September Kids Edition Back to School Kids: 5/23/14 6/18/14 8/5/14 Stars at Home Edition Halloween Stars: 6/19/14 7/23/14 9/9/14 November Thanksgiving 8/27/14 10/14/14 December Holiday Celebration 10/1/14 11/25/14 Jan/Feb October Editorial features and timing are subject to change. 2H 2014 Rate Card Rate Base 1,650,000 Gross/Open 3x/4% 6x/6% 9x/9% 12x/12% 4 Color Full page 2 /3 page 1 /2 page 1 /3 page $90,750 $77,145 $58,995 $45,375 $87,120 $74,059 $56,635 $43,560 $85,305 $72,516 $55,455 $42,653 $82,583 $70,202 $53,685 $41,291 $79,860 $67,888 $51,916 $39,930 BW Full Page 2 /3 Page 1 /2 Page 1 /3 Page $72,600 $61,715 $47,195 $36,300 $69,696 $59,246 $45,307 $34,848 $68,244 $58,012 $44,363 $34,122 $66,066 $56,161 $42,947 $33,033 $63,888 $54,309 $41,532 $31,944 Cover 2 Cover 3 Cover 4 $113,440 $95,290 $113,440 $108,902 $91,478 $108,902 $106,634 $89,573 $106,634 $103,230 $86,714 $103,230 $99,827 $83,855 $99,827 Rates are effective with July/August 2014 issue. 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