It’s Not Too Late To Add Sponsorships

by | May 1, 2023 | Neptune Now - Private | 0 comments

It’s not too late to add sponsorships with to your Neptune Radio station, and our Revenue Development team is here to help! The best part is, local businesses can purchase ad spots on your Radio station, at no additional cost to you!

If you would like assistance creating custom ad proposals with pricing details and promotional materials to get started with selling sponsorships – book an Ad Sales Meeting HERE

If you already have sponsors and would like to be enabled to add sponsor commercials to your station – book a Sponsor Commercial Quick Overview HERE.

Don’t forget, if you purchased Level 1, you have 2 commercials per hour to sell; Level 2, you get 6 commercials per hour; and Level 3, you get 11 commercials per hour. Total commercial inventory depends on your total hours of operation. If you have any additional questions, please contact our Revenue Development Team for more information.

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