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Our Manifesto

To have a local newspaper in the 21st century is a little crazy. But the disruption to 20th century media outlets by the Internet has created irresistible opportunities: to report and discuss issues through a combination of media; to reach previously unattainable audiences; to steer a small part of journalism’s future.

Connecticut Roundup wades into an evolving media landscape with the will to commit acts of journalism that focus on Connecticut news, where almost 1.9 million nutmeggers live. Our stories are about the past, present, future and beyond!

About Us

Connecticut Roundup serves central Connecticut, both in print and online. Through world-class design, bold photography, and captivating writing, we point you to the best in local news, business professionals, food, drink, arts, culture, fashion, and more.

We also introduce you to Connecticut’s most fascinating people and dig deep on the subjects that matter most to our readers. We passionately chronicle and celebrate this complicated, wonderful, vibrant state we all love. We know everything about this area. And soon you will, too.

Why With Us?

Simple

We produce well-designed publications for the most engaged residents in our communities. We strive to ‘wow’ our readers, and they rely on us for solid content about things that really matter locally. The readers are the focus of every decision we make. It’s brilliant, actually – a simple recipe for a magazine’s success: by focusing on pleasing the readers, then the advertisers benefit the most. We know capturing the imaginations of the readers is our job – that’s what advertisers pay us to do.

How do we do that?

We tell the fascinating backstories, find the ‘out-of-the-way’ spots and creative minds. We write about the influencers, the innovators and the entrepreneurs. We strive to make sure our readers choose locally, first. 

We are deliberately different 

We are disruptive in new markets simply by meeting the needs of savvy small businesses owners searching for a way to reach the best local customers – through a marketing medium which matches and reflects the quality of their brands. 

Our Marketing Mission

We will strive to provide our viewership and advertisers with an upscale, high-quality, and memorable publication. Our goal is to present interesting, current and relevant content, incorporating a visually pleasing presentation. We are committed to marketing our advertisers’ brands in the best possible light while representing the style, glamour and excitement of the local experience.

While building awesome sponsored content is key, delivering that content to its target audience is a central part of our effective sponsored content marketing program. All CT Roundup packages include promotional plans, guaranteeing that our partners will reach their desired audience.

Connecticut Roundup has everything from content creation to results-driven distribution and in-depth campaign analytics.

Contact Us

For more information about our advertising and sponsorship opportunities call 860-940-7001, submit your information below, or email us at team@ctroundupmedia.com

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