About the Hub
Launched by the League of American Orchestras in 2009, The Hub provides a concise, timely summary of breaking news and information about the orchestra field, updated every weekday. The Hub has everything you need to know about important media coverage of orchestras and the cultural scene (Media View), what is happening in our field (Industry Buzz), personnel appointments (Who’s In), and the essential programs and services the League provides (Help Yourself). The Hub’s home page and Help Yourself section are available free of charge to all, but only League members may access the site’s in-depth pages with complete stories. For help with The Hub, contact League Member Services at email@example.com or 646 822 4010.
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About Industry Buzz
Industry Buzz, edited by Jennifer Melick, draws primarily from press releases submitted by League members. Industry Buzz announces important news, unusual concert programs, awards, and other information you need to stay on top of what’s happening in our industry.
Industry Buzz covers notable orchestral activity, including major grants, education programs, and programming ideas. Stories of national or compelling interest are given priority.
About Media View
Media View highlights timely news and feature articles and occasionally includes reviews, opinion pieces, and obituaries of note. Because reviews are numerous and highly specific to their local market, they are normally included only if they involve a debut, commission/premiere, or programming focus of widespread interest.
Media View is meant to accurately reflect what is being said in the media about orchestras and the issues surrounding them. Stories of national and compelling interest are given priority, and the news “load” each day plays a role in determining what is covered.
Views and opinions referenced are those of the reporters and critics cited, and are not to be taken as the views of the League. The League takes no responsibility for the opinions, views, or reporting of writers whose articles are digested in Media View.
If you would like an article to be considered for Media View, please copy the article into an email with a link to its source and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Send the article on the day it is published if at all possible; we generally refrain from featuring articles that are more than three days old.
About Who’s In
Who’s In, edited by Robert Sandla, announces artistic and administrative appointments, key changes in board leadership, and notable retirements at orchestras and related organizations.
Send general inquiries and comments concerning the League of American Orchestras or The Hub to Member Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 646 822 4010.
Each month, the League of American Orchestras’ website is visited by thousands of arts organizations, arts administrators, artists, executive recruiters, musicians, executive directors and orchestra staff, and others worldwide. The Hub is the orchestra industry’s go-to news resource. Updated every weekday, Media View, Who’s In, Help Yourself, and Industry Buzz inform the field of breaking news, updates from our member orchestras, administrative appointments, and League programs and services. The Hub, distinct from Symphony magazine, offers additional opportunities for advertisers looking to increase their visibility.
Average Monthly Page Views: 16,000
User Demographics Worldwide: arts organizations, arts administrators, artists, executive recruiters, musicians, executive directors and orchestra staff, and others worldwide.
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To see ad placement on The Hub, visit The Hub at https://hub.americanorchestras.org/.
To Place an Ad Please send the information below to Steve Alter at email@example.com. You will receive confirmation of your order by email, as well as an invoice for your placement. All banner ads must be pre-paid.
- Your banner ad (.jpg, .gif, or animated .gif format only; 72 ppi in resolution; Note: We do not offer Flash-based ads.)
- Web site address for your click-through link
- Date you would like your ad to go live on The Hub (based on availability)
Number of weeks you would like your ad posted
Please contact Steve Alter, Director of Advertising, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646 822 4051.
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