"We started working with Future radio and noticed an immediate impact with new customers visiting Riverside Leisure Centre to view our facilities and join us. The joiners paid for the cost of the radio advertising and it also allows us to reach out to a different market that we may not have been reaching before." Phil Wright, Contract Manager, Riverside Leisure Centre in Norwich
"This was the third year we have advertised A Most Curious Wedding Fair on Future radio and would use them again without a doubt. They were amazing to deal with, offering a thoroughly professional service and end project. I believe the turn out to our event was greatly increased due to the exposure. I would recommend Future Radio to anyone looking to promote an event in the Norfolk area". Gemma Goodwin - A Most Curious Wedding Fair March 2016
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Are you looking for an affordable way to advertise your business to the people of Norwich?
Future Radio’s signal can now be heard by up to 192,000 people in the local area - with over 42,000 people tuning in every month on 107.8 FM, on DAB and online.
We can create a tailored advertising solution to suit any budget - from a simple 30-second spot, to sponsorship of one-off popular shows, to a completely bespoke creative campaign.
Radio targets audiences efficiently because different stations attract different listeners – Planet Rock listeners are worlds apart from Classic FM listeners etc. This allows advertisers to talk selectively to the groups they are most interested in. Added to this is radio’s regional/local structure, which means that brands can focus their activity very effectively onto key market areas. Future Radio talks to Norwich.
Most radio listeners are engaged in another activity, and this means that advertisers can reach listeners at key “touchpoints” during the day – when they are on the school run, at work, before going out of an evening, and so on. Research shows that advertising which is relevant to what the listener is currently doing is likely to be more effective.
Research shows that radio, together with cinema, has the lowest level of advertising avoidance. People rarely switch stations and are therefore available to listen to any message that is relevant, creative, intriguing etc. This is a great opportunity for advertisers who want to reach out to new customers, or to tell existing customers something they didn’t know.
If this sounds of interest, speak to Christopher Remer, our Income & Volunteer Coordinator, to promote your business locally. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01603 250056