Elon News Network is Elon University's award-winning student news organization. A staff of nearly 100 members produce content for ENN for broadcast, online and print. Our audience of more than 10,000 includes Elon's undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff administrators, the Elon School of Law, parents and members of the surrounding community.
If you are interested in having your message heard, please see details below including policies, rate information and a publication calendar. Elon News Network does not offer opportunities for follow/sponsored links, guest posts, native advertising or advertorials. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to working with you.
With a weekly circulation of 1,500, Elon's only student newspaper, The Pendulum, is distributed every Wednesday to more than 15 high-traffic areas on campus and in the town of Elon.
The Pendulum offers free ad design and assistance services to all clients. Deadline for ad design request is two weeks prior to insertion. Ad proofs will be emailed one week prior to the publication date, with revisions due the Friday prior to publication.
Pendulum 2023-2024 Publication Schedule
Aug. 18 / Move In Edition
Sept. 6 / Hispanic History Month Edition
Jan. 17 / Best Of Edition
Feb. 7 / Black History Month Edition
March 6 / Women's History Month Edition
May 24 / Commencement Edition
ElonNewsNetwork.com is updated daily with the latest stories and videos relevant to the Elon community. It serves nearly 70,000 page views per month.
To maximize our clients' visibility, only one advertisement is placed on each page on elonnewsnetwork.com. When more than one client has reserved space at the same time, advertisements display in rotation.
The same advertising size -- a medium rectangle -- appears on all pages, both on desktop and mobile versions of the website.
Production services are available at no cost to you. Please provide one-week notice for design services.
Design dimensions: 600 x 500 pixels
Display dimensions: 300 x 250 pixels
Cost: $15 per 1,000 impressions (CPM)
Elon Local News
Elon Local News produces a 30-minute evening show Mondays at 6 p.m. and is distributed to our 10,000 fans and followers on Facebook Live and YouTube.
Monday Evening News / $150 per week: 30-second spot runs during all three commercial breaks
For clients without a pre-produced commercial, Elon News Network can provide student production services at a discounted rate of $400. Use of production services requires a 6-show purchase commitment and includes:
2 hours of taping
One camera with light
Production review with one-time revision
Final product delivered as .MP4 file
Elon Local News 2023-2024 Publication Schedule
Acceptable file formats
Pendulum newspaper advertisements should be created to the following dimensions and saved at 300 dpi in any of the following formats: .TIFF, .PSD, .PDF, .JPG, .PNG.
Full page: 10.375 x 16.5 inches
1/2 page: 10.375 x 8.25 inches
1/4 page: 10.375 x 4.125 inches
ElonNewsNetwork.com website advertisements should be saved at 600 x 500 pixels in any of the following formats: .JPG, .PNG, .GIF.
Elon Local News broadcasts will accept 30-second, air-ready ads in the following specifications:
MPEG-4 file format, H.264 encoding
1920x1080 frame size (16:9)
29.97 (1080i) frame rate
By submitting a contract for advertising and in consideration for the advertising services provided by Elon News Network, the advertiser or agency agrees to pay the fees associated with the advertising inventory selected. Contracts will be invoiced and billed after an advertisement's initial run and due 30 days upon receipt. Payment can be paid by check payable and mailed to Elon News Network, 2855 Campus Box, Elon, NC 27244. Invoices can also be paid online with a credit or debit card at elonnewsnetwork.com/pay. Campus organizations must supply Elon News Network with the appropriate account number for a funds transfer. Pendulum advertisers do not receive tearsheets, but digital versions of the publication are available for viewing at https://www.elonnewsnetwork.com/page/print-archive.
Elon News Network will not print unethical, misleading or offensive advertising. Elon News Network will not knowingly accept advertising that discriminates on the basis of sex, age, gender, religion, race, national origin, sexual orientation or physical disability. Advertisements for products, services or promotions that are illegal in the state of North Carolina will also be rejected. Elon News Network reserves the right to edit, cancel or decline any advertising. If an advertisement is declined or canceled, all material and/or payment will be returned to the client.
Elon News Network offers, subject to the terms and conditions herein, to accept insertion orders for advertising, and by their tendering such insertion order the advertiser or agency shall indemnify and hold Elon News Network, its employees, agents, and its subcontractors free and harmless from any expenses, damages, and costs resulting in any way from compliance with the insertion order (including, but not by way of limitation, from claims or libel, invasion of privacy, copyright infringement or otherwise). Elon News Network reserves the right in its sole discretion to discontinue publication at any time with or without notice, or to defer or cancel the production, broadcast, publication, or circulation of for any reason. Elon News Network's sole obligation as to any failure or default on its part shall be limited to a refund of its charges, which may have been paid to it or, as its option, to publish the tendered advertising in the next available issue or broadcast.
Elon University men’s basketball team with a balanced scoring attack beat William & Mary 76-71 on Feb. 29 in Schar Center. With a potent offense and tough defense down the stretch, Elon eventually prevailed over William & Mary despite trailing for the majority of the game. Winning their penultimate game of the season boosted their record to 13-17. Elon’s next game will be Senior Day at 1 p.m. on March 2 against Monmouth University at the Schar Center. It will be their final regular season contest before traveling to Washington D.C. where they will compete in the CAA Tournament starting March 8.
The Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education introduced the Teach for Alamance program, a new graduate program for the School of Education. Matthew Trez ’23 did his student teaching in Alamance County and fell in love with it. Now, he is still giving back to his community and plans to stay here. The program also gives fellows job opportunities even after they are done with the graduate program. The Teach for Alamance program offers a full scholarship to Elon’s Masters of Education in Innovation program in exchange for a two-year commitment to teach in Alamance County Public Schools.