Why not advertise on TD9 Radio and get your message heard in and around Hawick? We can also help spread the word about your business further afield. Being an online radio station, people can listen in neighbouring towns in the Borders as well as further away, so there really is no better or a more cost-effective way to reach local listeners as well as those outwith the town.
During Q3 of 2020 (1st Jul – 30 Sep) we had 8067 people listen to our radio service (an increase of 2015 listeners on Q2). These people could be hearing about your business or organisation!
Community Radio listening is increasing as is online radio listening with more and more people using smart speakers, smartphones, tablets and other devices over traditional radios. Take a look around your home and see how many smart devices you have compared to radios – your message could be heard on all of these. It’s a fact that the modern home has more internet-enabled devices today, compared to 10 years ago, making online listening even easier. Faster home and mobile broadband means it’s also much easier to listen while on the move, including in your car or on public transport.
You don’t need to worry about interference while you listen either. Traditional radio listening can be hit and miss, particularly in an area like Hawick, which is surrounded by hills. Online radio services don’t suffer from interference (like traditional FM or AM services) you’ll always receive a crystal clear high quality digital sound (even better than DAB in some cases*).
As well as advertisng, we can also offer programme sponsorship, starting at just £20 per month.
All our commercials or sponsorship announcements are professionally produced so you can be sure of good quality! If you’d like to book your campaign with us now, simply visit our Contact Us page and drop us an email. One of our friendly sales team will be back in touch with you to discuss your requirements.
*DAB services often use highly compressed low-bitrate mono streams (typically 64 or 80kpbs). TD9 Radio broadcasts in stereo at a bitrate of 192Kbps.