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Posted on 18 June 2010

Here at Total Star we want your business to grow and to benefit from our popularity. Your number one hit music radio station has a potential audience of 2.5million people and that's a lot of business for you!!

Here's a few reasons why you should consider advertising with us:

When compared to other forms of advertising, radio is one of the most economical methods of advertising, reaching thousands of listeners simultaneously.

Radio is a truly portable medium, it can be heard anywhere; at home, in the car, the garden – reaching listeners all day, everyday, allowing you to repeat your message many times across a week.

Radio can provide a high repetition of advertising messages, giving huge exposure to your chosen target audience.

Radio has lower advertising avoidance levels than all other main media. Newspapers and magazines have to be bought and advertisements are easily avoided. Radio listeners are loyal and are far less susceptible to channel hopping than TV.

Radio has the power to target the right demographic group at the right time of the day. Radio can talk to people about cars in their cars and about recruitment on Monday mornings. Radio is a highly targeted medium that can reach core consumers at specific day parts.

Here at Total Star we're more than just a radio station, we have a massive range of promotional tools available to you and your business making us one of the best equipped radio stations in the UK. From a fleet of Roadshow trucks to famous Movie Cars and even Black Thunder our powerboat, we'll have something for any occassion!!

To advertise on Total Star call our lovely sales team on 01242 699555 to discuss your requirements and they will help build a bespoke campaign that fits you perfectly...

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