Volume 63(1) – 2014

Advertising in the WMO Bulletin

With its worldwide circulation in four languages (English, French, Russian and Spanish), the WMO Bulletin (basic press run: 6 500) is an ideal advertising medium for all items of interest to meteorologists and hydrologists and scientists working in related fields. In addition to its distribution within the National Meteorological and Hydrometeorological Services of all Members, the Bulletin is sent to the Services of those few remaining countries which do not yet belong to the Organization. It is also sent to various government departments, universities and scientific societies, as well as a wide circle of other relevant bodies and individual subscribers.

Advertising rates in Swiss francs (CHF)

Full page CHF 4 200

Half-page CHF 1 840

The rates quoted here are for full-colour advertisements. Rates for developing countries are available upon request.

Conditions

In conformity with the principles of the United Nations, advertisements in the WMO Bulletin must promote neither political interests nor applications for military use. Moreover, they should not contravene WMO policies.

Copy should be supplied separately in each language. The Organization reserves the right not to publish translations deemed to be of unsatisfactory quality. If required, WMO will arrange for suitable translations to be made. The cost for translation, per language, is 260 Swiss francs for a text of 1 000 words.

A charge will be made to cover the cost of preparing the composition and montage when translated versions are to be made of an advertisement with text superimposed on illustrative material.

The sizes for prepared material are as follows:

Full page (A.4) Width
Height
Trim size 210 mm
X
297 mm
Bleed 215 mm
X
302 mm


Advertisement material must be sent in high-resolution electronic files
(300 dots per inch (dpi) and in CMYK mode).

To find out more about advertising in the WMO Bulletin, please contact:
The Editorial Assistant,
WMO Bulletin, World Meteorological Organization,
Case postale 2300, CH-1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland.
Tel.: (+41) (0)22 730 83 85

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