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How to advertise on ksla.com

The powerful reach of television combined with the targeted, interactive nature of the internet, delivers a powerful "one-two punch" that no other local media can match.

KSLA News 12 drives viewers to www.ksla.com for the latest local news, weather, sports and consumer information.  These motivated, potential customers are then directly targeted with your on-line marketing message.

Your business will benefit from the incredible traffic generating ability of www.ksla.com!

With www.ksla.com, you can:

  • Reach thousands of people per day in a more intimate and interactive forum
  • Sponsor site sections targeted to your consumers
  • Create and sponsor rich content areas that help build your brand
  • Drive traffic to your own web site through a hyper-link
  • Increase brand exposure with targeted tile ads

These advertising opportunities will:

  • Allow you to advertise 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Allow your business to build a customer database of customers interested in your products and services!

For more information on how you can reach local online consumers, contact: Joel Hynes (318) 677-6725 or jhynes@ksla.com 

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