Sponsorships

Lens readers are civically active, politically astute residents and supporters of New Orleans. They have a passion for being informed and actively engaged with where they live, and are deeply involved members of the community. Together we are making a difference.

We are online, on the radio and in print.

  • Sponsor-sidebarWWNO-FM 89.9 and WRBH-FM 88.3
  • The New Orleans Advocate and The Louisiana Weekly

We win awards for our reporting.

  • Society of Professional Journalists, 2012 National Ethics in Journalism Award
  • Edward R. Murrow, 2102 National Winner for Online News Operation, Local Market, Audio Investigative Reporting
  • Outstanding Citizen Diplomat 2012 from the New Orleans Citizen Diplomacy Council,
  • Press Club, 2012 Excellence in Journalism Awards

Our readers *

  • Unique website visitors = 28,000
  • Page views = 57,000
  • Time on webpage = 1:30
  • E-newsletter subscribers = 4,000+ with a 20% open rate
  • Twitter followers = 17,000+
  • Facebook likes = 5,000+*Monthly averages from two-year period, ending June 30, 2017

Display sponsorship pricing

1 week 1 month 3 months 1 years
Leaderboard $300 $1,000 $2,900 $12,000
Sidebar $200 $665 $2,000 $8,000
Skyscraper $250 $830 $2,500 $10,000

Newsletter sponsorship pricing

1 week 1 month
Story alerts
    Leaderboard $150 $500
     Sidebar, 6 max $100 $350
Weekly roundup
     Leaderboard $300 $1,000
     Sidebar, 6 max $200 $650

Annual corporate membership

$2,500
     Includes logo display on membership page
     Free admission to Lens events for up 4 people
     Priority for event sponsorship opportunities
     Recognition in annual report
     Free newsletter placement, as available

With your sponsorship support you ensure that The Lens continues to produce thoroughly researched stories that lead to larger conversations and community change.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact Anne Mueller at amueller@thelensnola.org or (504) 258-1624.

Click here to link to a printable rate sheet.

The Lens reserves the right to accept accept or decline any sponsorships. The Lens will decline to accept sponsorships that it knows or believes to be misleading, inaccurate, fraudulent or illegal, or that fails to comply, in The Lens’ sole discretion, with its standards of decency, taste or dignity. 
Like all quality publishers of original journalism, The Lens maintains a clear separation between news and sponsorship content. Sponsorships that attempt to blur this distinction in a manner that, in The Lens’ sole judgment, confuses readers will be rejected.