page rate

Related to page rate: Page rank
Translations

page rate

n (Press) → tariffa inserzioni per pagina
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Contributions by Carol Carr, 25, to the Facebook page Rate My Plate, which has close to 1.9 million likes, have gone viral.
Photographer David Bailey's first contract for the magazine guaranteed him PS600-a-year plus a page rate of PS15 plus perks.
At that point, the strategy against VideoAge was two-pronged: The AFM demanded $15,000 ($26,281 in today's dollars) to allow the circulation of VideoAge Daily, and Variety began selling pages at $500 each, clearly below cost (the breakeven page rate should have been $1,500) in order to successfully drive the competition out.
The formula for payments to rightsholders is based on the number of pages of their works copied multiplied by the page rate. She acknowledged that CLNZ carries out regular sampling surveys that identify which works, and how many pages from them, are copied by universities and included in course packs.
CPM is simply a measure of price: the page rate divided by the number of copies mailed out, in thousands.
Shelter's proposition to advertisers is access to a very savvy group of readers, and a page rate that's a fraction of what large circulation magazines charge.
Reporters in some regions may charge a lower page rate but add a daily appearance fee, making the final cost roughly equal.
With a high-end page rate of about $20,000 and classifieds the only alternative, neither the magazine, Real Estate Today, nor the newspaper, Realtor News, was meeting the needs of advertisers with limited budgets.
The publication with the highest net income ($525,000) has a one-time black-and-white page rate of $630 and receives 97.5 percent of its revenue from ad sales.
Depending on the service, retailers can charge customers a per page rate to receive--and similar rate, plus the cost of the call, to send.