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Satellite Radio: What Fayetteville Small Business Owners Need To Know

May 10, 2019 6:40:00 AM / by Larry Julius

No! Satellite radio has had no effect on the number of people who tune-in to Fayetteville radio stations each.  For that matter, Pandora and Spotify have not affected local radio listening either.

The fact is, AM/FM radio reaches more consumers each week in Fayetteville than all other advertising media. Satellite, it turns out, has barely been a blip on listeners' radar.

Last week, for example, 93% of Fayetteville adult-consumers tuned-in to a local station vs. the 16% that connected to Sirius/XM, the only remaining provider of satellite radio service.

There is historical significance to the 93% reach number mentioned above.

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Topics reach, Pandora, Spotify, Total Audience, chosing the best radio station, small business owner, advertise in fayetteville, fayetteville radio stations, Satellite Radio, Sirius/XM

FAY: Ads On Fayetteville Radio Offer Affordable Reach And Frequency

Jan 1, 2019 8:10:21 AM / by Larry Julius

Allison Rogers landed the job of Marketing Manager two years ago at Fayetteville Regional Airport. The airport, built in 1949, was originally known as Grannis Field. Today, most people refer to it by its three-letter designation, FAY.

As, part of her job, Ms. Rogers is responsible for convincing her target consumers that FAY offers competitive ticket prices and is more convenient than using one of North Carolina’s larger airports. Her target flyers include area residents planning vacation travel; Fayetteville small business owners traveling for their jobs; and members of the Ft. Bragg community traveling for non-military reasons.

Advertising on Fayetteville radio plays a major role in the marketing efforts to attract these target travelers to the concourses of FAY. “Of all the media we use, advertising on Fayetteville radio provides us with the affordable reach and frequency we need for our marketing to be effective,” says Ms. Rogers.

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Topics frequency, reach

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