Advertising & Sponsorship with Sound Radio Wales


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Sound Radio is looking for businesses in North Wales to advertise and support community radio in the area for an incredibly low price while reaching THOUSANDS of potential new customers.

Sound Radio Wales is a not-for-profit voluntary run radio station working for the community, with the community and broadcasting to thousands of people in North Wales via Smartphones, Smartspeakers, Tablets and Laptops.

In December 2019 Sound Radio were awarded an FM community radio licence from Ofcom to broadcast to the areas of Rhyl, Towyn, Kinmel Bay, Abergele, Prestatyn and surrounding towns and villages reaching a potential 80,000 customers.  Advertising with us will help us continue broadcasting to the community and growth of FM radio in the area.

Sound Radio Wales also gives volunteers of all ages in the community the opportunity to learn and produce creative content such as live radio, podcasting, video production and more to increase their own skill set in a fully working environment.

As Sound Radio is a not for profit company this mean there is no shareholders and all monies raised from advertising goes directly into the radio station to maintaining its capability to broadcast to the north east Wales and the Vale of Clwyd.

For an incredibly low cost you can advertise your business with Sound Radio , helping your business reach out to 1000s of potential future customers in North Wales and support future of radio in the community.  Live on air, podcasts and on our website reaching thousands of people a month.  By advertising with Sound Radio NOW you will receive a reduced rate when we broadcast on FM later in 2020.

Want to know more about our monthly packages ?

For more information and prices of our packages please fill out the contact form below.

Alternatively you can call 01745 28 98 60 weekdays between 10am – 4pm

Email sales@soundradio.wales

 

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