Advertise with SEJ

Who's telling YOUR story?

The Society of Environmental Journalists is an association of more than 1,250 journalists, editors, producers, photographers, authors, educators, student journalists and other news professionals who cover environment-related issues for print, broadcast and online media worldwide. 

This audience is key to informing the public about environmental issues.

SEJ offers four good ways to get your information to members:


   ADVERTISE AT SEJ's 26th ANNUAL CONFERENCE 
   
SEPT. 21 - 25, 2016

   Host an independent reception Thurs. Sept. 22, 5 - 9pm
   
Exhibit your information Thurs. Sept. 22 - Sat. Sept. 24
   
Place your ad in the program book and more. Details...

 


SEND YOUR INFORMATON TO SEJ MEMBERS

 Get your message to SEJ Members through electronic press releases,
 mailing labels or excel data files. 

 Or work with SEJ's expert staff to build an advertising package that fits your needs.

     • Special rates for members
     • Low rates for job and fellowship posts
     • Affordable rates all around  

  Usually very quick turn-around, or schedule ahead. Learn more...

 


   ADVERTISE IN SEJOURNAL

   The quarterly magazine written by journalists for journalists. Read
   by journalists covering environment, health, business, politics
   and others across the continent and beyond.

   NEW! Starting in mid fall 2016, SEJournal goes digital!

   Editor: A. Adam Glenn
   Photo Editor: Roger Archibald
   Production and Design Editor: Chris Bruggers

  Rates and instructions

 


ADVERTISE ON SEJ.ORG

Run your display ad on throughout SEJ's website. 
Visited daily by SEJ members and others who need information
about environmental, energy, food, health and political issues and
the craft of journalism.

Rates and instructions

 


ADVERTISING PACKAGES

Save money and support SEJ at the same time! Packages can be tailor-made by SEJ's expert staff to suit your communication needs and shave dollars off à la carte advertising, press release and exhibiting options. For more information, email Chris Bruggers or call her at (502) 641-1844.