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Washington DC
A city of global influence

Washington is a global power center that influences international policy on critical issues such as:

  • The world economy
  • Energy and the environment
  • Trade & investment
  • Global security

It is home to key institutions, including:

  • The International Monetary Fund
  • The World Bank
  • The International Finance Corporation
  • 170 embassies and thousands of diplomats
  • Hundreds of US and international journalists

The center of U.S. power

As the seat of the United States government, Washington creates and funds policy decisions through its various branches and departments:

  • White House
  • U.S. Congress
  • U.S. State Department
  • Pentagon

. . . as well as key U.S. government agencies, such as:

  • OPIC
  • The Export-Import Bank

A crossroads for policy formation

The city is a nexus of U.S. and global policy formation through dozens of:

  • Think tanks
  • NGO’s
  • Industry associations

… thousands of

  • Special interest advocates
  • Lobbyists
  • Public relations firms and consultants

… as well as important events such as:

  • International summits
  • IMF and World Bank meetings
  • A constant stream of visiting global leaders

A hub of global business influence

Washington is home to major industries, including:

  • Telecoms
  • Energy
  • Defense
  • High Tech

Many multinational companies make it their headquarters, from Hilton and Marriott to Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and VW America.

And thousands of companies have:

  • Washington branch offices
  • Government and international VPs
  • Washington representatives and agents

The Power of The Washington Times

The Washington Times is the leading conservative voice in the U.S. capital.

Its reporting and interviews have:

  • Triggered nearly a dozen Congressional and Executive Branch Investigations
  • Been cited in the U.S. Congress (one of the top-five sources referenced)
  • Set off special congressional hearings
  • Prompted changes in U.S. regulations
  • Been used in presidential speeches

Access to U.S. and world leaders

Newsmaker interviews have included:

  • President Barack Obama
  • President George W. Bush
  • Vice President Dick Cheney
  • House Speaker John Boehner
  • UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon
  • Czech President Vaclav Klaus
  • Secretary of Defense Robert Gate
  • Oilman T. Boone Pickens
  • Ukrainian President Victor Yushchenk

Recent op-ed contributors have included:

  • Governor Rick Scott of Florida
  • Governor Rick Perry of Texas
  • Senator Dick Lugar, of Indiana
  • Senator John Cornyn of Texas
  • Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts
  • Senator Tom Coburn of Oklahoma
  • Congressman Michael Honda of California
  • Congressman Peter King of New York
  • Businessman Donald Trump
  • Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger

Washington Times Readers: influential, affluent

Comments from world leaders

“For the last quarter of a century The Washington Times has championed the values of democracy and a free press.”
Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General, United Nations
“For the last 25 years, The Washington Times covered the events that helped define the world as we know it today.”
George W. Bush
Former President of the United States

“…They make their own news and try to force it into mainstream media. We don’t have anything like that. We don’t have a Washington Times…”
Bill Clinton
Former President of the United States

“I have found The Washington Times to be an excellent source of national and political news. It is an essential daily read for everyone in the nation’s capital.”
Senator John McCain
Republican Candidate for President in 2008

“A quarter century of first-rate reporting, sharp commentary and sound judgment is certainly something to celebrate. . . . While The Washington Times is alive and well, conservative views will never be drowned out.”
Margaret Thatcher
Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

The Washington Times’ readership is among the most influential, educated, and affluent newspaper audiences in the world.

Why choose The Washington Times?

Great value for money

The Washington Times vs. The Washington Post

  • A full page in the Post costs $111,132
  • A full page in the Times costs $18,000
  • For 1/6th the cost you can reach:
    • All 435 Congressmen (minimum six copies in each office)
    • All 100 Senators (minimum six copies in every office)
    • The White House (minimum 35 copies)
    • All 170 embassies (up to 35 copies each)
    • The World Bank and IMF (multiple copies to senior staff)
    • The Department of State (multiple copies to senior staff
    • The Department of Defense (multiple copies to senior staff)
    • Thousands of US and international journalists and pundits
    • The Department of Defense (multiple copies to senior staff)
    • Thousands of US and international journalists and pundits
    • Thousands of think tanks, industry associations and lobbyists

A range of products

The Washington Times offers a range of products that can be combined for reach and impact.

  • ROP Advertising
    • B/W and full color
  • Online Advertising
  • Special Sections:
    • 8-pages in full color
    • Covering issues ignored by the media
    • Written for Washington audiences
    • Promoted in print, online, and on the radio
    • Distributed in bulk to target audiences, including the White House, every 
  • Senator and Congressman, and all embassies in Washington and NY

Simply, the best value

  • Its reach among U.S. opinion leaders makes The Washington Times one of the most influential news sources in the United States. Our readers have a disproportionate impact on United States and global policy.
  • With The Washington Times as your communications partner, you can reach readers in a respected, highly credible, award-winning newspaper whose impact extends throughout the city of Washington and beyond.

For more information, contact:

Francisco Quintanilla
East West Communications