Men's Health: Media Kit
Men's Health: Rates
RatesCasual4x (2.5%)8x (5%)12x (7.5%)16x (10%)24x (12.5%)
FPC13,22812,89812,56812,23811,90811,572
DPS26,45625,79625,13624,47623,81623,144
Half Page7,9377,7397,5417,3437,1456,943
Third Page5,2915,1595,0274,8954,7634,629
IFC Spread34,39333,53532,67731,81930,96130,087
OBC17,19616,76716,33815,90915,48015,044
IBC15,87415,47815,08214,68614,29013,886
Men's Health: Media Insert Rates
Media Insert Rates2 Page4 Page8 Page12 Page16 Page20 Page24 Page32 Page
National $/000172259438587696759785995
Men's Health: Specified Position Loadings
Specified Position Loadings %
IFC Spread30
OBC30
IBC 20
Upfront spread prior contents20
1st half RHP15
1st half DPS15
Opposite Contents20
Opposite Editor's Letter20
RHP10
Consec RHP Pages15
Men's Health: Specifications
InsertionsBleedTypeTrim
Full Page285 x 216245 x 176275 x 206
Half Page Horizontal146 x 216106 x 176136 x 206
Half Page Vertical285 x 113245 x 73275 x 103
Third Page Horizontal101 x 21661 x 17691 x 206
Third Page Vertical285 x 78245 x 38275 x 68
Strip Ad23 x 2168 x 19613 x 206
Technical Information

Pacific Magazines will only accept advertising material via Quickcut. Supply of media via other means such as FTP, CD or Email is forbidden and will be rejected by Pacific Magazines.
The supplier of the digital media is responsible for all aspects of the files supplied.

For more information regarding Quickcut please contact:
Quickcut: (02) 9467 7500
Tech Support: (02) 9467 7599
Web: http://www.quickcut.com.au/

General Specifications:
1. Media is to be supplied to the correct publication page size. Taking special care to include bleed, trim and registration marks. (Minimum bleed size is 3mm. Trim and registration marks must lay 6mm outside of the trim)
2. PDF files need to be supplied as single page files. File names should start with P001_ for the first page and P002_ for the second page for a double page spread.
3. Avoid running type across the gutter of a double page spread.
4. All type must be a minimum of 8pt and 10pt for reversed type
5. All fonts need to be embedded into the PDF file
6. Files must be saved in CMYK format. RGB or LAB colour formats will be rejected
7. Images need to be of a minimum 260dpi at print size.
8. Solid black panels or backgrounds should carry 40% Cyan to reinforce the black print
9. Total ink limit should be between 280-310% with a black limit of 90% (medium GCR)
10. All 4 colour black and white images should use UCR

Quicksend specifications|
· Page must include required bleed as per publication specification.
· PDF's page must be CROPPED (in Acrobat) to BLEED size, contain no crop or registration marks.
For more information, please click link below
http://www.quicksend.net.au/needhelp.jsp
 
To ensure accurate colour reproduction, Pacific Magazines recommends a 3DAPv3 approved digital proof.
Please Check Publication Specifications for Correct Paper Type
From April 2nd 2009 Printers and publishers will only be accepting 3DAPv3 proofs. Please see http://www.3dap.com.au/ for more details

3DAPv3 Colour Proofs:
1. Colour proofs must be created at 100% in size and accompany any supplied material.
2. In order to verify the proof, it will need to contain the 3DAPv3 control strip
3. Tearsheets or colour laser prints are NOT acceptable forms of proofs
4. If a 3DAPv3 colour proof is not supplied, Pacific Magazines or the Printer will not accept responsibility for the printed result of the supplied advertising.
5. The proof must be setup to the correct paper type of the magazine and section

 

Double Imaging on DPS ads Pacific Magazines

recommends that any critical cross over should be double imaged across the gutter. Double image allowance is 3mm each side of the centre which is to be included within the trim not additional to the trim size, i.e., the spread will carry a 6mm common image through the centre of the spread.

Pacific Magazines takes no responsibility for optical loss of an image in the gutter of a double page spread if the above instructions are not followed.

 

 

 

 

Wet Sachet Specifications

Please note the following specifications are a guide for suppliers of sachets for insertion into Pacific Magazines publications. Suppliers/manufacturers must submit samples for testing by Pacific Magazines Production staff and if approved it is the supplier’s responsibility to ensure that actual product supplied for insertion is identical to the samples submitted and approved.

For each 1ml of fill, the sachet’s internal area must be at least 8 square cm.

The sachet must be free from excessive air, as much air as possible needs to be removed prior to sealing.

Under a compression test, sachets must withstand at least 3,300 psi (1,500 kg) of pressure for 10 seconds and subsequently 2,200 psi (1,000 kg) for a minimum of 5 hours.

Minimum overall size required for binding = as per magazine specifications*

Maximum overall size for binding = as per magazine specifications *

Maximum total weight for individual sachets, including fill = 20 grams

The quantity of liquid fill must remain the same throughout the production run.

Sachets must be packed in nested cartons for ease of unpacking.

To enable automatic feeding on insertion equipment, sachets must be packed so they do not curl or stick together.

If more than 1 deck of sachets is packed in a carton, each deck must have a strong cardboard base so they will sit stable on the base.

All sachets to be packed the same way up and the same way around.

Sachet cartons to be strong and tailor made for a tight fit.

All cartons must be accurately labelled indicating product, quantity and host publication

Approval of Trial Samples

A minimum of 200 samples to be supplied as per the above specifications for pressure testing and a binding trial before full production of the sachet for the magazine

Due to the mechanics of tipping-on inserts, there may be occasions where a very small quantity of magazines is bound without the insert. As such it would be advisable NOT TO run wording offering a sachet within the magazine.

Please be advised that the client takes responsibility for all costs incurred (including reprint of magazine run) if wet sachets are faulty at time on insertion.

Print Production Controller
Avery Clark
Phone: (02) 9394 2688
Email: avery.clark@pacificmags.com.au
 
Advertising Production Coordinator
Angie Sabando
Phone: (02) 9394 2689
Email: angie.sabando@pacificmags.com.au

Disclaimer

Whilst the internal production process may verify that material is within specification the onus is placed firmly on tradehouse/sender to supply material to specification. It is also a requirement that advertising material is delivered on time so quality control measures can take place. Late material may miss these checking procedures which could pick up possible problems/errors.

Pacific Magazines reserves the right to refuse any material that does not meet the required Specifications.

Men's Health: Deadlines
Issue NameOn Sale DateBooking DateMaterial DateCancellation DateInsert Delivery Date
Dec 201410-Nov-201410-Oct-201415-Oct-201415-Sep-201420-Oct-2014
Jan 201508-Dec-201407-Nov-201412-Nov-201429-Sep-201417-Nov-2014
Feb 201512-Jan-201528-Nov-201403-Dec-201417-Oct-201505-Dec-2014
Mar 201509-Feb-201509-Jan-201514-Jan-201501-Dec-201419-Jan-2015
Apr 201509-Mar-201506-Feb-201511-Feb-201529-Dec-201416-Feb-2015
May 201506-Apr-201506-Mar-201511-Mar-201506-Jan-201516-Mar-2015
Jun 201511-May-201510-Apr-201515-Apr-201502-Mar-201521-Apr-2015
Jul 201508-Jun-201508-May-201513-May-201530-Mar-201518-May-2015
Aug 201513-Jul-201512-Jun-201517-Jun-201504-May-201522-Jun-2015
Sep 201510-Aug-201510-Jul-201515-Jul-201501-Jun-201520-Jul-2015
Oct 201514-Sep-201514-Aug-201519-Aug-201506-Jul-201524-Aug-2015
Nov 201512-Oct-201511-Sep-201516-Sep-201503-Aug-201521-Sep-2015
Dec 201509-Nov-201509-Oct-201514-Oct-201531-Aug-201519-Oct-2015
Men's Health: Audience
Readership Profiles
Profile %
000's%Mag.Pop.
Readership
All People3922.1100100
All Women790.820.150.6
All Men3133.479.949.4
Grocery Buyers2331.959.465.5
Grocer Buyers with Kids in HH621.615.820.9
People with Kids in HH1211.830.835.9
All Men
Profile %
000's%Mag.Pop.
Age
14 - 17 years1835.66.4
18 - 24 years686.121.712.1
25 - 34 years915.72917.4
35 - 49 years853.527.226.3
50 - 64 years432.113.922.1
65 years and over80.62.615.7
Socio-Economic
AB103532.922.2
C754.123.919.9
D583.118.620.1
E502.715.919.9
FG271.78.717.9
Occupation
Work Full Time195462.353.3
Work Part Time604.919.313.4
Not Employed581.918.433.3
State Breakdown
New South Wales1163.73733.9
Victoria753.324.125.1
Queensland542.917.420.1
South Australia2748.67.4
Western Australia303.19.610.6
Tasmania6322.2
Darwin/Alice Springs46.51.30.7

NOTE: Personal income is based on full time workers only

Source: Roy Morgan Readership Survey April 2011 - March 2012

ABC Audit Report January 2011 - June 2011

Men's Health: Contacts
NameTitleLocationPhoneEmail
Grant TaylorEditorial Co-ordinatorNSW(02) 9394 2321Email contact
Tim DebenhamDeputy National Advertising Manager NSW(02) 9394 2212Email contact
Angela NuttonWA Sales ManagerWestern Australia(08) 9344 0737Email contact
Chris MathewsSenior Account ManagerNSW(02) 9394 2251Email contact
Karen HolmesGroup Sales ManagerNSW(02) 9394 2289Email contact