May 19, 2013
Hersam Acorn Newspapers' sections publish in a variety of sizes. An advertisement must meet the formating standards of the section in which it is appearing.
Weekly newspaper sections utilize a 6-Column Broadsheet format (except Classified pages).
Classified pages are also Broadsheet, but follow a 9-Column format, instead.
Special sections can also appear as Broadsheet, but these utilize a selection of standard 6-Column sizes referred to as ROP Modular.
Some special sections, like The HOME Monthly, are Tabloid publications.
Other special sections, like the Answer Books, are printed as Half-Tabloid booklets.
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