Advertise in Italian America® Magazine

Italian America®

The Official Publication of the Order Sons and Daughters of Italy in America®

Italian America magazine is the most widely read magazine in the United States for men and women of Italian heritage. It is the official publication of the Order Sons and Daughters of Italy in America (OSDIA), which was founded in 1905 and stands as the oldest and largest organization for Italian Americans.

Italian America is a glossy, full-color forty-page magazine published quarterly. It offers features and articles on Italian and Italian-American current events, history, culture, and more.

Circulation: 31,000
Estimated Readership: 50,000+

Italian America Magazine

219 E Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
Phone: 202-547-2900
Fax: 202-547-1492

Editor-in-Chief

Miles Ryan Fisher
mfisher@osia.org

Advertising Representatives

Dave Bayard

dave@boja.com
(973) 822-9275

Laura Lemos

laura@boja.com
(973) 822-9274

Discounts

15% off for OSDIA lodge members

10% off for consecutive ads

*An additional 10% off for book ads appearing “On the Bookshelf”

Production

Trim size is 8.25” by 10.75”
Cover is on 60 lb. #3; editorial is on 40 lb. #4 groundwood paper.Saddle-wire stitched.

Artwork

Advertisers must provide a high-resolution JPG, TIF, or PDF file that adheres to the size specifications.

Mail Dates

January 15; April 15; July 15; October 15
Advertising deadline is one month prior to mail date (extentions when possible)

Who Are Italian America’s Readers?

Gender

  • 62% Male
  • 38% Female

Marital Status

  • 63% Married

Age

  • 6% Under 21
  • 16% 22 – 39
  • 21% 40 – 50
  • 37% 51 – 65
  • 15% 66 – 75
  • 5% 76 – 85

Education

  • 17% Associates Degree
  • 30% Bachelors Degree
  • 4% Doctorate Degree
  • 24% High School Degree
  • 19% Masters Degree
  • 7% Professional Degree

Income

  • 9% Less than $25,000
  • 12% $25,000 – $40,000
  • 13% $40,001 – $60,000
  • 15% $60,001 – $85,000
  • 15% $85,001 – $100,000
  • 35% More than $100,000

Language

  • 12% speak fluently
  • 41% not at all
  • 47% somewhat