For advertising information, call Jennifer Scott at 416 985 4341 or email info@cinema-scope.com or use the contact form below.

What to send

1. Make sure you send us the complete link to the page you want the advert to point to:
Eg: http://www.yourwebsite.com/yourwebpage

2. All files must be labeled correctly with the advertisers’ name, using no spaces or any characters other than letters, numerals or _ –

Example filename: advertiser_number1.jpg

File Specifications and Sizes

Top banner
890 wide by 125 pixels tall at 72 DPI RGB JPG or GIF
File size must not exceed 60k

Side Banner Standard
250 wide by up to 250 pixels tall at 72 DPI RGB JPG or GIF
File size must not exceed 50k

Side Banner Large
250 wide by up to 500 pixels tall at 72 DPI RGB JPG or GIF
File size must not exceed 70k

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