Media Pack

React News Advert Specification

Email Alerts

Notes:
  • Appears as a banner at the top of the Alert
  • Supported image formats are JPG, PNG and GIF

Required image sizes

Name Aspect Ratio Supply Size (px) Max. Display Size (px) Min. Display Size (px) Initial Load (KB) Sub Load (KB)

Smartphone Banner Extra

6:1 600×100 600×100 450×75 75 125

Financial

Aspect Ratio 2:1
Supply Size (px) 300×150
Max. Display Size (px) 300×150
Min. Display Size (px) 200×100
Initial Load (KB) 50
Sub Load (KB) 100

Here is a visual example at typical desktop or tablet rendering:

Here is a visual example at typical smartphone rendering:

Display / Sidebar

Notes:
  • Appears to the side of body content when viewport >768px, and renders between 230px and 373px wide
  • Appears below the body content when viewport <769px, and renders between 375px and 735px wide
  • Supported image formats are JPG, PNG and GIF
  • Available on the Homepage, Article, Deal and Taxonomy pages
  • Can target Sector or Region when on Article, Deal or Taxonomy pages

Image

The sidebar slot requires 5 images per advert to be supplied. Please supply the artwork at Supply Size, and ensure the creative works effectively between Min and Max Display Sizes. Our sidebar slow dynamically loads the correct image for a given screen width, and dynamically swaps images.

Supported image formats are JPG, PNG and GIF.

Required image sizes

Name Aspect Ratio Supply Size (px) Max. Display Size (px) Min. Display Size (px) Initial Load (KB) Sub Load (KB) Screen width rendered
Smartphone Banner 6:1 450×75 450×75 300×50 50 100 0 – 450
Smartphone Banner Extra 6:1 600×100 600×100 450×75 75 125 451 – 600
Leaderboard 8:1 1200×150 1200×150 600×75 150 300 601 – 767
Medium Rectangle 1:1 450×450 450×450 300×300 150 300 768 – 967
Financial 2:1 300×150 300×150 200×100 50 100 968+

Smartphone Banner

Aspect Ratio 6:1
Supply Size (px) 450×75
Max. Display Size (px) 450×75
Min. Display Size (px) 300×50
Initial Load (KB) 50
Sub Load (KB) 100
Screen width rendered 0 – 450

Smartphone Banner Extra

Aspect Ratio 6:1
Supply Size (px) 600×100
Max. Display Size (px) 600×100
Min. Display Size (px) 450×75
Initial Load (KB) 75
Sub Load (KB) 125
Screen width rendered 451 – 600

Leaderboard

Aspect Ratio 8:1
Supply Size (px) 1200×150
Max. Display Size (px) 1200×150
Min. Display Size (px) 600×75
Initial Load (KB) 150
Sub Load (KB) 300
Screen width rendered 601 – 767

Medium Rectangle

Aspect Ratio 1:1
Supply Size (px) 450×450
Max. Display Size (px) 450×450
Min. Display Size (px) 300×300
Initial Load (KB) 150
Sub Load (KB) 300
Screen width rendered 768 – 967

Financial

Aspect Ratio 2:1
Supply Size (px) 300×150
Max. Display Size (px) 300×150
Min. Display Size (px) 200×100
Initial Load (KB) 50
Sub Load (KB) 100
Screen width rendered 968+

N.B. The above image sizes are all standard IAB.com sizes with the exception on Smartphone Banner Extra, which is a custom size designed to suit the React News layout.

Multi-frame

We support one, two, or three frame ads, allowing you to present up to three images in a single ad. Creative must be provided for all frames at all image sizes, so a 3-frame ad requires 15 images to be provided. Frame rate is specified in ms. You may duplicate images if you wish to display a single image for more than one frame.

Here is a visual example at typical desktop or tablet rendering:

Here is a visual example at typical smartphone rendering:

How To React

Notes:
  • Appears within the body content of an Article
  • Renders between 375px and 768px
  • Supported image formats are JPG, PNG and GIF
  • We will require: 

1. Company logo
2. Report cover image (600px wide, 72dpi, height can be variable max. 1230px)
3. A URL to link to, or a PDF to be downloaded
4. Some blurb (ideally limited to 50 words)
5. Author name and title (if applicable)

 

Here is a visual example at typical desktop rendering:

Click-thru URLs

  • Please provide all click-thru URLs.
  • Multi-frame ads may have different click-thru URLs per frame if required.

Reporting

  • Reporting on impressions and clicks is available either via a shareable (but unguessable) link, or via email.
  • Multi-frame ads will have clicks reported by frame, while impressions are reported for the whole multi-frame ad and/or by frame.