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ABOUT THE PUBLICATION


Published: in Prague, Czech Republic Circulation: 25,000 copies. Frequency: bi-monthly Size: 80 pages Languages: English, Russian Target Audience: students, graduate students, youth activists and youth organizations, young professionals, employers interested in young, promising professionals, young people who want to make contact with talented peers but also with role models from other generations. Our Readership: The majority of our readers are from 20 to 35 years of age. Of these, 43% are women, 57% are men. 35% areundergraduate and graduate students, 31% are young professionals, 22% are youth leaders and activists, 9% are employers and 3 % are high school students

OUR OBJECTIVES
To inform young people about life in different countries; To serve as an authoritative source of information for individuals concerned with talented young people; To demonstrate a positive model for engaging and solving the problems faced by young professionals; To create guidance for young people, to educate them in regard to their ability to engage in a dialogue with other cultures and generations.

RESULTS ACHIEVED
In the very short time since the first issue of Youth Time was released in October 2010, we have already achieved significantresults. From an obscure journal, we have gained a devoted readership and found a niche in the media market. Our circulation has risen more than 16 times (from 1,500 copies to 25,000). Youth Time is now available in retail stores. Our magazine can be purchased in the largest cities in the Czech Republic and Germany. We are currently researching the possibility of distributing our publication in Slovakia and in Poland. We have signed contracts for distributing Youth Time in Russia (including on Sapsan high-speed trains).

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CONTENT SUMMARY
D ialogue of G enerations : dedicated to the life history of different generations within one family. Generally published in interview form. Y outh of the W orld : discusses the most pressing global problems facing todays youth. Note to Travelers: profiles the most interesting countries, cities and resorts in the world. Contains advice for travel planning and tourists. I deas and P rojects : provides information on the most interesting and vibrant initiatives, ideas, projectscurrently being developed and implemented either by youth or for youth. S ociety and the I nternet : showcases the latest trends, projects, and entertainment on the web. W here to S tudy ? Assists our readers in selecting a college and advises them on the application process. Includes information about job vacancies and paid courses, etc. A nnouncement : lists the most interesting international seminars, workshops, conferences and festivals for young people.

Our goal is to create a platform for dialogue between the youth of different European countries, as well as dialogue between the generations.

JULIA KINASH
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J ulia graduated from M oscow S tate H umanitarian U niversity majoring in M anagement . S he is currently doing a P h D in C onflict M anagement . T he theme of her P h D work is R ole of M edia in P olitical C onflicts . I n 2010 the Y outh T ime M ovement was established , also Y outh T ime M agazine went to print . S ince that time J ulia has been responsible for the general manage ment of them both .
Email: info@juliakinash.com

JULIA GOTTSTEIN
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Y outh T ime M agazine

P olitical S cience . S phere of scientific interest lies in the field of po litical processes in post -S oviet countries . F or the last nine years has worked in journalism and does different media projects . I n 2010 joined the Y outh T ime team and helped with the organising process in the creation of Y outh T ime M agazine .
Email: yulia.gottstein@gmail.com

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B.A. in J ournalism and M ass C ommunications . G raduated from A n glo -A merican U niversity in P rague . H as worked as a journalist for Y outh T ime M agazine since autumn 2011. A mong the hobbies are cinematography , music , and traveling . O ne day she hioes she will see the whole world .
Email: editors@youth-time.org

Detailed
geographical distribution:

RUSSIA
Moscow - 50% St. Petersburg - 50%

CZECH REPUBLIC
Prague - 80% Karlovy Vary - 6% Brno - 6% Other cities - 8%

GERMANY
Berlin - 20% Hannover - 11% Dortmund - 12% Munich -15% Frankfurt am Main - 15% Other cities - 27%

RULES OF ADVERTISING
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D eadlines

A journal of Youth Time is published every two months. The current issue goes on sale at the beginning of every even month. The term of the last reception of orders for advertising in the next number will expire on 15th of odd months. A dvertising
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The term of agreement expires on advertisements on the 20th of every odd month. If before the date of expiration, the editors did not receive from the advertiser any comments orcorrections, the advertising layout isautomatically considered approved for publication. Any necessary corrections to the advertising copy can be mad by phone +420774739455 or by e-mail: magazine@youth-time.org

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advertising :

In cases when advertisements are withdrawn in less than 14 days before the date of our publication, the advertiser is responsible to pay 50% of the cost of publishing the advertisement. Incases when the advertisement is withdrawn 14 days or more before the date of our publication, the cost of the order is entirely refunded to the advertiser. It is not possible for us to withdraw an advertisement in less than 7 days before publication. Requests to withdraw advertisements can only be accepted in writing. Such requests should be sent by e-mail to magazine@youth-time.org A dvertising O pportunities
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We attract the best talent to work on the magazine. Our writers are talented young European journalists with years of experience. Therefore, we can help you prepare any advertising copy, from small sketches to full-sized articles. Our layout staffand web designers also have extensive experience in the Czech market so we can guarantee a high quality production and publication of your banner ads on the pages of Youth Time.

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