America’s Newspapers has launched a national print advertising network. 

Newspapers from across the country have united to support America’s Newspapers through their donation of ROP advertising space, according to the organization. More than 720 papers have contributed to the effort, says the group. 

“This program creates a great opportunity for advertisers to reach a premium audience at an attractive CPM rate,” said a press release on the effort. 

Florida-based Intersect Media has been chosen as the agency to manage the program, but any member of America’s Newspapers with a national sales force can sell the two quarter-page ads, “helping to support America’s Newspapers and earning a nice commission as well,” says the release.

For advertisers, this is an opportunity to reach more than 6 million readers, says the release.  America’s Newspapers and its partners will place the ads across the entire network. 

America’s Newspapers says it has approximately 1,500 newspaper and associate member companies. The organization is incorporated in the District of Columbia and its staff works remotely. Its mailing address is in Georgia.