Businesses sponsor VTDigger.org.
We offer businesses and nonprofits an opportunity to reach a niche audience of decisionmakers: legislators, state agency officials, lawyers, entrepreneurs, lobbyists, business leaders and avid news consumers.
For information about our rates, contact co-publisher Rick Woods at 802-225-6224 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our readership is growing. We have more than 90,000 unique visitors a month. On a daily basis, VTDigger attracts 5,000 to 8,000 individual readers. About 30 percent of our readers are from Central Vermont; about 50 percent are from Chittenden County. We have about 3,500 daily e-mail subscribers, 5,000 Twitter followers and 3,000 Facebook fans.
VTDigger.org accepts commercial, advocacy and political underwriting that is consistent in tone and sensibility with our coverage philosophy, which is to provide deeply-reported, even-handed coverage of issues important to Vermonters and to facilitate civil discussion. We encourage our underwriters to conform in that spirit.
VTDigger.org endorses no political candidates or causes and seeks to present a broad spectrum of views. All sponsorship placements are subject to VTDigger.org approval and should include verifiable sources of funding.
While VTDigger.org staff may talk with experts and officials who work at foundations or other sponsors that fund us, we will not discuss coverage planning with underwriters or other sponsors. If VTDigger.org reports on an organization or individual who funds us, we will disclose that relationship if the subject of the report is directly related to the thrust of the funds or sponsorships we receive.
We are grateful for the support of businesses and nonprofits that have generously sponsored VTDigger: Action Circles, Beaver Wood Energy, Blank Space LC3, Barre Heritage Festival, Amy Butler, CCTV, Cabot Creamery, Capital Accounting, Capital Connections, Capitol Grounds, Campaign for Vermont, Central Vermont Medical Center, Central Vermont Community Action Council, Central Vermont Public Service, Champlain College, Circus Smirkus, the Committee on Temporary Shelter, Community College of Vermont, Davis & Hodgdon Associates CPAs, Dbate Speaking, Downs Rachlin Martin, Eastern Mountain Sports, Echo at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, Energize Vermont, Energy Cooperative of Vermont, Fairpoint Communications, Fletcher Allen Health Care, Flynn Center Performing Arts, Gifford Medical Center, Goddard College, Granite Hills Credit Union, Green Mountain Power, Hearforward, Home Share Now, the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Vermont, Lang McLaughry Spera Real Estate, Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel, Localvore Today, Mad River Glen, Murphy Sullivan Kronk, No 9 Boutique, Kingdom County Productions, KSE Partners, Marlboro College, Onion River Sports, Patient Choices of Vermont, Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer P.C., Real Goods Solar, Renewable Energy Vermont, Ridge Protectors, SAGE Alliance, Same Sun of Vermont, Seven Day,s State of Vermont Agency of Human Services, Sugarbush, Sirotkin and Necrason, the University of Vermont, the Vermont-ACLU, Vermont Arts Council, Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility, Vermont Center For Independennt Living, Vermont Coffee Company, Vermont College of Fine Arts, Vermont Corporate College, Vermont Environmential Consortium, Vermont Food Bank, Vermont Food Farm and Forest Festival, Vermont Fuel Dealers Association, Vermont Historical Society, Vermont Natural Resources Council, Vermont – NEA, Vermont Public Interest Research Group, Vermont State Employees Association, Vermont Student Assistance Corporation, Vermonters for Healthcare Freedom, VT Lazerwash, Wake Up Opt Out, William Shouldice and Associates and the Woodstock Digital Film Festival.