Readership of Prime Time Military Newspaper Group in San Antonio is the 70,000 military and civilian employees of Kelly, Lackland, Brooks AFBs and Ft. Sam Houston -- who earn $1.5 Billion each year. Plus, the retired military community of 75,000 which adds an additional $1.5 Billion per year -- that's a combined payroll of $2.7 Billion in buying power.Newspapers include:The Ft. Sam Houston News Leader, Lackland Tailspinner & Kelly USA Observer, Brooks City-Base Discovery & Medical Patriot, and the Randolph AFB Wingspread.Their families are readers, too. More than 80% of those surveyed are married and 44% have children living at home. Statistics for the Air Force as a whole show that nearly 70% are married. They're well-educated. 53% of all officers have graduate or professional degrees. 99% of the enlisted personnel have graduated from high school. 33% of the total Air Force is under 26 years of age. (Average age of officers is 35: enlisted, 29.) One-third stay in the city for three to ten years and nearly 10% return here to retire near the bases and their friends. 56% enjoy higher incomes than the city average and 52% own their own homes.The San Antonio Prime Time Military Newspaper Group is in the San Antonio, TX DMA. The San Antonio Prime Time Military Newspaper Group offers ROP and insert advertising opportunities in its daily circulation. Echo Media has direct relationships with over 7,500 newspapers providing tremendous local coverage.