Frequently Asked Questions—Media

Information for schools and media.

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  1. Is there an award badge available for promotional use?
  2. How do you correctly write the magazine's name?
  3. How do I order reprints?
  4. What about photocopying and other reuses?
  5. Are the monthly issues of U.S.News & World Report containing the college and graduate school rankings your best sellers?
  6. How many of the newsstand books do you sell? How much Web traffic do you get?
  7. I am a member of the news media. How do I get put on your E-mail lists for breaking news and information about your issues?
  8. How do I reach a U.S. News staff member for a broadcast interview?

1. Is there an award badge available for promotional use?
Yes. To use this badge on the Web or in print, please visit our badge page.
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2. How do you correctly write the magazine's name?
It's U.S.News & World Report (without a space between the U.S. and News). If, however, you are referring to the magazine as U.S. News, there is a space between them.
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3. How do I order reprints?
Custom reprints are full-color reproductions of articles specially formatted for your business or organization. For further information, contact Wright's Reprints at 877-419-725 or E-mail usnews@wrightsreprints.com.
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4. What about photocopying and other reuses?
There are detailed instructions at this link: usnews.com/usnews/store/reprints.htm.
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5. Are the monthly issues of U.S.News & World Report containing the college and graduate school rankings your best sellers?
That's a question that is difficult to answer. Since we are a newsmagazine, we never know what national or global events will prompt top-selling issues. The best we can honestly say is that the college and graduate school issues are perennial strong sellers. Last year's figures are available through the Audit Bureau of Circulation.
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6. How many of the newsstand books do you sell? How much Web traffic do you get?
U.S. News elects not to give out those numbers.
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7. I am a member of the news media. How can I get my name added to your E-mail lists for breaking news and information about your issues?
E-mail your request to Liz Putze, public relations coordinator, at eputze@usnews.com. Include your name, job title, program, news organization, mailing address, phone number, and E-mail address.
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8. How do I reach a U.S. News staff member for a broadcast interview?
To book a U.S. News staff member for radio or television, contact:

Liz Putze
Public Relations Coordinator
U.S.News & World Report
Tel. 202-955-2136
eputze@usnews.com

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