Partnering with High Country News
“As a planning agency that deals with national, regional, local and hyper-local media outlets, we are always on the search for the “best in class” media partners that can reach our target customers, and High Country News goes so far beyond that classification that we consider this ad buy untouchable. We all know that HCN has set the editorial bar for environmental coverage and life and culture in the West, so partnering with High Country News is viewed as a privilege, an honor to have our clients messaging (New Belgium Brewing Company) be included in the thoughtful perspectives and balanced commentaries that fill each issue. But it goes beyond 'what, when and where' they are writing about, beyond the excellence of 'how' they deliver their message; it is a publication we are proud to support simply because of 'why' they exist, they inspire us to care.
Thanks High Country News, here’s to another 40 years of inspiration!”
Media Planner for New Belgium Brewing
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David J. Anderson
Director - Advertising, Sponsor & Partner Development
About High Country News
High Country News (HCN) is an, award-winning, non-profit magazine and website that focuses on environmental and cultural issues unique to the American West.
HCN publishes an award-winning news magazine, a popular Web site (hcn.org) and a weekly op-ed column service, along with special reports and books. Through in-depth reporting, High Country News covers the American West's public lands, water, natural resources, grazing, wilderness, wildlife, logging, politics, communities, growth and other issues now changing the face of the West. From the Northern Rockies to the desert Southwest, from the Great Plains to the West Coast, High Country News’ coverage spans 11 Western states and is the leading source for regional environmental news, analysis and commentary, making it an essential resource for those who care about the West.
High Country News has been recognized by the United Nations, the National Wildlife Federation, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Most recently, HCN has won the coveted George Polk Award for political reporting, the 2010 Utne Independent Press Award for environmental reporting, and the prestigious 2010 Hillman Prize for Magazine Journalism, from the Sidney Hillman Foundation.
High Country News articles have been featured in The New York Times, Newsweek, Utne Reader, The Christian Science Monitor, The Navajo Times, The Boston Globe, Rolling Stone and USA Today.
The Los Angeles Times describes High Country News as "the most influential environmental journal in the Mountain West.", and People magazine says, "...High Country News has become one of America's most respected environmental publications, dubbed by some the 'conscience of the West'..."
With readers in all 50 states, HCN reaches a growing audience of environmentally & socially conscious people with every issue (22 times per year) and our Web site, hcn.org. Our audience is made up of influential, well-educated, well-paid professionals, including policymakers, educators, public land managers, environmental professionals, outdoor enthusiasts and thousands of other people who care deeply about the land, air, water & inhabitants of the region they hold so dear.