Cost Effective Sponsorship Packages (effective June 2021)
The secret to using radio effectively is impacting your target market with enough announcements to get attention. It is always better to use frequency over a short time than to thinly spread the schedule over a longer period. However, for small enterprises that can be an expensive outlay when using a major commercial network.
At Coast FM our Premium Sponsorship package is 30 x 30 second spots over 7 days for $600 (plus GST)
Introducing the DOUBLE DEAL: Limited time – limited number of clients.
Sign up for one Premium Package per month for 6 months and we’ll double the impact with an equivalent schedule of 30 second spots
In summary, for $600.00 (+ gst) per month you’ll receive 60 announcements scheduled like this:
30 x 30 sec – week off – 30 x 30 sec – week off
This is a 6 months contract for a total investment of $3600.00 (plus GST) plus production fee of $60.00 (+ GST) if applicable.
Terms: First month $600 + production, fee payable on signing. You will be invoiced monthly for each of the remaining 5 months of the contract.
For clients that require a more solid radio schedule to promote a special sales event or a new business launch, we offer the “Heavy Hitter”:
30 x 30 sec spots per week for 4 weeks back-to-back = $1,800.00 (plus GST)
From 6am – 6pm (Mon-Fri), Coast FM 963 appeals to the huge “Baby Boomer” market. Ages 50 – 70 across the nation have the greatest wealth and spending power in history. On the Central Coast, this demographic represents near 25% of the total population, according to the latest census.
Coast FM’s Classic Hits format is a carefully chosen blend of timeless songs from the 60s, 70s and 80s. The style is relaxed and friendly. Best of all, our listeners tell us they stay tuned for hours because there’s no song repetition and fewer ads.
Central Coast Community FM Radio Association Inc ABN 17 234 233
139 Faunce St, PO Box 19, Gosford 2250 Ph: 43 22 0072 email: email@example.com
Want to know more? Call Coast FM 96.3 on 4322 0072 and ask for the Station Manager.