Mana is the Māori magazine for all New Zealanders. Founded 22 years ago, it’s well recognised in the Māori community, a trusted source of news, opinion and insights. It has been described as “the first cut of Māori contemporary history”, a journal of record, and an important icon of Māori life. A new structure lends a richer, more compelling editorial environment and optimises advertising placement within the run of stories, while new paper stock and cover treatment creates a modern, more engaging look and feel.
The magazine is also better connected to digital platforms, directing readers to video and audio on the website and apps, and shorter or more timely stories, to stimulate the public conversation.
With the new format come new opportunities for advertisers to engage a Māori audience in new ways, wherever they are. The magazine sets the editorial standard for the relationship, featuring stories not published in any other outlet. But for the first time there are also content placement opportunities, for advertisers and institutions with a story to tell. Like display advertising, these advertorial opportunities are also placed on the re-developed Mana website and across a forthcoming smartphone app for both iPhones and Android phones, to reach an entirely new market of young, connected Māori.
If you have a story to tell, we can reach your audience.
To advertise in Mana, contact:
Mobile: +64 (0)21.400.009
The safest way to supply a digital file is in PDF or EPS format. If, however, you are uncertain about these formats, please ensure that your digital advertisement can be read in Illustrator, InDesign or Photoshop. Spot and RGB colours must be converted to CMYK.
When supplying a digital file, please check that you provide:
- Where supplying Portable Document Files (PDF’s), please save in Print-Ready format.
- All linked files including printer fonts relevant to the job.
- Type converted to paths/curves in Illustrator.
- Allow for 3mm bleed on outer edges where relevant.
- Images in CMYK at 300dpi.
All advertisments are accepted subject to Kowhai Media's standard Advertising Terms and Conditions