For simplicity in understanding the programming:
You can expect that our least expensive
‘PLAN A’ will air a 30 second commercial
spot approximately 3 to 4 times in a 24 hour
period.
Services
Advertising via commercials, infomercials,
and sponsorship
Sponsoring a 15 minute show would require two 1 minute
spots (1 before and 1 after the show). This is PLAN N and the
cost is $75.00. PLAN N(4)means 4 weekly shows costing
$245.00.
Sponsoring a 30 minute show would require three 1 minute
spots (1 before, 1 during, and 1 after the show). This is PLAN O
and the cost is $145.00. PLAN O(4) means 4 weekly shows
costing $485.00.
Sponsoring a 1 hour show would require five 1 minute spots (1
before, 3 during, and 1 after the show). This is PLAN P and the
cost is $275.00. PLAN P(4) means 4 weekly shows costing
$945.00.
What kind of advertising campaign would be right for you? Do
you need to inform people briefly or do you need to educate and
create a stronger bond with your customers? Do you need to
create your own show so that your current customer base can
stay informed about you, about what you have to offer, and about
facts that they can benefit by if they listen to your show?
If you put on a show, which we can produce for you (complete
with your own theme song and effects), consider this:
Today, many people spend hours at the computer. As they work,
they like to listen to music, and if your customers know when your
show is coming up, they’ll look forward to what you have to say.
They might actually schedule their computer work for the time
your show comes on (with DSL or CABLE it is possible for the
computer to handle many functions at the same time).
We believe that it’s only a matter of time until everyone has a
high speed connection (that should become the standard) and
we also believe that a web radio station such as this one will
become a most effective advertising tool because of the number
of interactive hours spent on the computer vs. standard radio and
television today. Web radio is still a ground floor opportunity.
Congratulations, you’re on the ground floor!