Delivering a Unique and Powerful Audience

For over 95 years, local businesses and nationally recognized brands have turned to The Miami Times to promote themselves to Black consumers throughout the South Florida market. Today, our publication's trusted and award-winning content engages audiences 24/7 in both print and online across numerous platforms.

Welcome To Our Marketing Solutions Website

This site has been specially designed to help aid marketing and advertising professionals learn more about the capabilities of The Miami Times as well as better understand the essential audience we are able to deliver for advertisers. Discover the wide range of innovative solutions we offer clients to help them grow their brand awareness throughout South Florida's Black community.

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Our diverse portfolio of products and services deliver strategies and solutions that can uplift your brand and bottom line. Though we have deep roots in print, we have embraced digital technologies with open arms. As media consumption behavior evolves, so will our solutions.


Print Solutions

In print The Miami Times has a trusted and proven track record for delivering a product that is both engaging and of the highest quality for readers and advertisers. From our weekly edition to glossy special section, we've got you covered.


Online Solutions

Though we built our foundation on print, The Miami Times has been rapidly expanding it's online footprint and enhancing our digital marketing solutions to offer our clients even more choices for reaching their audience. We have several new and exciting digital products coming in 2019. Stay tuned.

MT Studio23

Looking for something above and beyond, ready to think outside of the box? The Miami Times' creative content agency Studio23 is ready to collaborate with you. From a custom branded editorial series to a targeted special section distributed project is too big for our innovative team.


Informed and engaged. Anywhere. Anytime.

Print is just the beginning. The Miami Times offers a full suite of digital marketing tools to help advertisers best maximize their reach within the Black community. From banner ads on our responsive and streamlined news site, to dedicated e-mail marketing and everywhere in between...we've got you covered.

Standard + High Impact Web Banner Ads

E-Mail Marketing Campaigns

Sponsored Social Media Posts

Sponsored Content Marketing

Our Readers ● Our Community



Miami Times Reader Profile

Our Reader Profile data is an excellent resource to help you better understand what a Miami Times consumer looks like. The key statistics provided here for household income, age distribution and education attainment only further demonstrates what a powerful targeted market The Miami Times represents.

Median IncomeMedian AgePrecent HomeownersMedian Home Value
$65,77437 Years61%$236,552

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Our Readers Are Strong Middle and Upperclass Earners

Local Buying Power That Adds Up

Over 35% of Miami Times households earn in excess of $100,000 annually. Our readers are a valuable and essential part of the South Florida consumer market.


Our Readers...They're Younger Than You Thought

Combination of Print + Digital Provides Ideal Reader Age Mix

Our commitment to providing readers with a diverse selection of content across all Miami Times channels has helped us to obtain a healthy mix of readers at all stages in their lives.

Over 58% of our readers are between the ages 25 and 44 years old .


Black Female Consumers Nationwide Propel Total African-American Buying Power Towards $1.5 Trillion

Trendsetting › Influential › Game-changers
A recent Nielsen Diverse Intelligence Series report, paints a portrait of Black women as trendsetters, brand loyalists and early adopters who care about projecting a positive self-image. They are playing an increasingly vital role in how all women see themselves and influencing mainstream culture across a number of areas, including fashion, beauty, television and music.

Self Made › Self-Reliant › Successful
African-American Women: Our Science, Her Magic, a Nielsen report released in late 2017 highlighted the number of businesses majority-owned by Black women grew 67% between 2007 and 2012, more than all women combined. The latest U.S. Census figures show African-American women have majority ownership in more than 1.5 million businesses with over $42 billion in sales.






Miami, Miami Gardens, Miami Lakes, Miami Springs, North Miami, Coconut Grove, Fort Lauderdale, Hialeah, Hollywood, Homestead, Marathon, Miramar, Opa-locka, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Perrine, Richmond Heights, South Miami, and West Miami.


Zip Codes

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Readers across South Florida can find a copy of The Miami Times at these popular retailers, as well as many neighborhood stores, churches and local businesses. We pride ourselves on our extensive distribution network, working to ensure The Miami Times is easy accessible for our readers.


Distribution Outlets



Averaging well over 120,000 monthly pages views, continues to show tremendous growth. The site has allowed us to develop new readers outside of print that have a strong desire to stay informed with the latest Black community news.



Miami, Miami Gardens, Miami Lakes, Miami Springs, North Miami, Coconut Grove, Fort Lauderdale, Hialeah, Hollywood, Homestead, Marathon, Miramar, Opa-locka, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Perrine, Richmond Heights, South Miami, and West Miami.

Our Communities

The collective word to describe our coverage and circulation area is...


All over South Florida, there is evidence of population and business growth. Many Black-owned businesses are dotting the landscape to service the new residents. The Miami Times continues to offer people a way to find out more about where to live, where to educate their children and how to connect.

Some of our neighborhoods are very distinct. Here are some highlights.
The largest Black community in the state can be found in Miami Gardens. No more evident are the signs of growth than here. Several national chains and small businesses have made Miami Gardens home. They join a renovated Hard Rock Stadium as well as Florida Memorial University, South Florida’s only historically Black college. Jazz in the Gardens, Miami Gardens signature estival, continues to draw upwards of 65,000 people annually.

Nearby Opa-locka is home to an Amazon fulfillment center as well as an executive airport. The city is home to the largest collection of Moorish architecture in the country. North Miami has a large enclave of upwardly mobile Haitian Americans, who are also politically empowered. The Biscayne Bay Campus of Florida International University calls North Miami home. The university sits on 200 acres and services about 7,000 students.

In the center of the county, the communities of Overtown, Liberty City, Brownsville, Allapattah, Little Haiti, West Little River, Coconut Grove and downtown Miami are all undergoing explosive growth. WorldCenter Miami, the second-largest urban development in the country, is expected to be completed by 2021. The $2 billion mixed retail-housing-entertainment project, sits on the edge of Overtown on 27 acres. The re-development of Liberty Square will bring a mixed-income, mixed-use community that is a result of a public-private partnerships, a business model favored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

In the southernmost part of Miami-Dade, sits historic Richmond Heights, Goulds, Florida City and Homestead, solid neighborhoods with generational families. In Broward County, cities such as Miramar, Hollywood, Plantation and Fort Lauderdale, have Black families who engage in cultural activities, such as visiting the Miramar Cultural Center or attending lectures at the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center.

Advertising Planning

Editorial Content Calendar


Special Sections ⎮ Featured Content ⎮ Expanded Coverage

Quarter One

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Parade Guide

  • Super Bowl LIV in Miami

  • Black History Month: Next Generation of Dreamers

  • Valentines Day

  • American Heart Association Month

  • Women's History Month

Quarter Two

  • Tax Day

  • Easter

  • Earth Day

  • Haitian Heritage Month

  • Mother's Day Tribute

  • Stroke Awareness Month

  • Excellence In Nursing

  • Homeownership Month

  • Hurricane Preparedness

  • Black Music Month

  • Father's Day Tribute

  • Memorial Day

  • Juneteenth

Quarter Three

  • Fourth of July

  • Best In Black South Florida: 2020 Readers Choice Awards (Nomination / Voting / Winners Announced)

  • Plates & Pallets/Miami Spice

  • Back to School

  • Minority Donor Awareness Day

  • Senior Citizen's Day

  • Overdose Awareness Day

  • Souly Arts: Season of Arts Preview

  • Sickle Cell Awareness Month

Quarter Four

  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month

  • Bullying Prevention Month

  • National Crime Prevention Month

  • Diabetes Awareness Month

  • Thanksgiving

  • World AIDS Day

  • Soul Basel

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Small Business Advertising Guide

Are you looking for an advertising solution to help put your small business on the map and drive new customers through the door? We have just what you our 2019 Advertising Guide to get a jump start on planning your campaign.

For assistance with scheduling your small business advertising campaign contact Karen Franklin at 305-694-6210 or email

➪ Find The Right Ad Size


Ad Units Larger Than A Half Page
Starting at $2,250


Ad Units Between A Half and Quarter Page
Starting at $1,100


Ad Units Between An Eighth and Quarter Page
Starting at $560


All Ad Units Smaller Than An Eighth Page
Starting at $150

Legal Advertising

For decades state and local government agencies have trusted The Miami Times with publishing important public notices and legal announcements. By placing your notices with us you ensure that your organization is reaching small businesses vendors that are minority, woman, or service disabled veteran owned.
› If your legal notice is camera-ready and formatted to our business section specifications (Green Rate Card) you may send it to us using "Upload Ad Artwork" button.
› Not sure about sizing and formatting? No problem, let us take care of it for you. To receive an accurate price quote please e-mail the text of your legal notice to

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