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Reach current and future library decision makers through our suite of productsmake American Libraries print and electronic publications the focus of your library marketing plans.
 
Reaching the nation’s most engaged librarians and administrators has never been easier or more immediate. From ads in our print magazine or digital supplements to banner ads on our websites and e-newsletters, we offer the greatest access to the most active librarians in the industry.
 
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At the center of this vital industry—with 122,000 libraries in the United States alone—is the American Library Association, the oldest and largest library association in the world. Our 58,000 members represent the most active and engaged librarians in the profession, decision-makers, and key administrators. Throughout the year, our members and their staffs rely on ALA print and electronic publications to stay on top of what’s important, what’s new, and what’s coming down the road.

According to the last Book Industry Study Group study, libraries purchase more than $5 billion dollars worth of books and materials each year. Plus, they purchase a substantial amount of equipment, supplies, technology, and services too. You can learn much more about the library market by visiting the ALA Library Facts web pages.

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For printed information and sample copies of the print American Libraries magazine, please send your contact information to Katie Bane at kbane@ala.org.

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