Fifteen-year-old Seven Days is a lively mix of local arts, news and opinion that examines and celebrates political and cultural life in Vermont.
The only alternative weekly in a left-leaning state, it links a "community" of 77,220 educated, active readers in urban, suburban and rural areas within an hour of supremely "liveable" metro Burlington. More than 93 percent have attended college. Eighty percent regularly engage in outdoor activities.
Published weekly, audited distribution extends to seven ski areas and 12 college campuses, including Middlebury College and the University of Vermont. Seven Days specializes in cultural coverage, and won a Pushcart Prize for short fiction after just four months in operation. But our news team has grown to fill the void left by shrinking staffs at other local media outlets. Seven Days demonstrates on a weekly basis why the New York Times selected beautiful downtown Burlington as "the next Seattle."
Publication Day: Wednesday
Base Circulation: 35,000
Audited Circulation: 33,196
Single-issue Readership: N/A
4-issue Cume Readership: N/A
Unique Visitors: 101,019
Page Views: 367,010
PRINT: Verified Audit Circulation (Mar 2012)
ONLINE: Google Analytics (July 2012)