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Reaching an Exclusive but Elusive Audience
Downtown Miami is one of the country’s fastest-growing urban centers, accounting for nearly 100 thousand residents. The downtown proper — the Central Business District and the Arts and the Park West neighborhood — represents one-third of this exclusive niche market.
Contact Raul Guerrero, Editor.
786 709 9390. RGuerrero@Dassmiami.com
Downtown NEWS focuses exclusively on the downtown proper. The average downtown resident is college-educated, and, according to the Downtown Development Authority, commands an income of over $110,000.
Downtown NEWS, the print-edition, reaches 7,500 apartments, and the online-edition over 5,000 residents.
Unique Competitive Advantage
Downtown NEWS is published by DASS for the Downtown Neighbors Alliance (DNA). The DNA has been promoting and improving the quality of life, common good and general welfare of downtown residents and businesses since 2013.
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In addition to DNA-Member condominiums, Downtown NEWS is strategically distributed through partner institutions such as HistoryMiami, Miami Dade Public Library, the Government Center, Books & Books, Brightline/Virgin Trains, cafes, and other cultural locales.
DASS (Downtown Arts + Science Salon)
DASS has created cultural and social events in downtown Miami to foster a sense of neighborhood community. Our Arts and Science salons range from psychology to the media’s coverage of local communities, from urban development and affordable housing to climate resilience. We use for campus downtown iconic venues, Miami Dade College, the historic Olympia Theater, book stores, museums, private buildings.
DASS created Downtown News on April 2018 and built it into the digital/print publication of record for downtown residents. We built a group of professionals in various fields, citizen journalists, to provide analysis, commentary and news on subjects ranging from municipal politics to street lights, from park management and noise abatement to schools and cultural offerings.
Cover Story: In-depth investigative reports.
Our Streets: Reporting from issues pertaining to pedestrian safety to traffic signage affecting motorists.
The Neighborhood: Social, political and economic news affecting downtown, including Bayfront Park and Maurice Ferre Park.
Spotlight: Neighbors, businesses and institutions with significant contributions to the advancement of downtown Miami.
Opinion Page: Editorials, Opinion, and Letters to the Editor.
Culture & Entertainment: Cultural Compass: Events ranging from science and art exhibits to seminars and the performing arts and books.
Food & Drink: Places neighbors recommend to brunch, lunch and dine. Our culturists also review local bars.
Talk of Downtown: Downtown working professionals and experts talk about what is happening around town from their particular prisms.
For Rates and Editorial questions, Raúl Guerrero
O. 786 709 9390. RGuerrero@Dassmiami.com
Letters to the Editor and Opinion Submission Guideline
Must include Name, phone, and address. Letters to Editor 200 words or less. Opinion pieces 400 words or less.