Why Advertise on Super Oldies?
Super Oldies 105.5 WQRK plays the best variety of hits from the 50's, 60's, 70's and early 80's. Your message can reach thousands of adults primarily age 35 and older. Super Oldies is an integral part of everyday life in the community and is an effective and efficient format to reach listeners at work, at home and at play!
Super Oldies Is Here To Help Your Business Grow!
Our team of Advertising Consultants and Production Staff are here to make sure that your message is communicated to our audience. Whether you're just beginning to advertise or have been with us for years, our goal is for you to be completely satisfied each and every time.
Want to talk with us about advertising on Super Oldies?
Call us during normal business hours* by dialing 812.275.7555 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Local business hours at the Super Oldies studios are from 8:00AM to 5:00PM, weekdays, Monday through Friday.
Should I advertise on the Radio?
Listeners continue to turn to Radio for news, information, entertainment and to stay in touch with what's happening in the community, despite an ever increasing selection of media options.
Fact: Radio reaches 93% of all US consumers every week
Source: RADAR 98, September 2008 Copywright Arbitron (Mon-Sun 24 Hour Weekly cume estimate)
Fact: Radio reaches 72% of all US consumers every day
Source: RADAR 98, September 2008 Copywright Arbitron (Mon-Sun 24 Hour Daily cume estimate)
Fact: 73% of consumers listen in their car on a typical weekday
Source: Mediamark Research & Intelligence LLC 2008 Doublebase Radio Listening by Location: Listen Most
Americans spend increasing amounts of time in their cars. With longer commutes, running errands, and taking the kids and themselves from activity to activity. Radio, the medium that invented "drive time", is always along for the ride.
Don't miss your opportunity... advertise with Super Oldies 105.5 WQRK today!
Advertising Department Manager
Jim in Bedford says...
love your station. I like a variety of music and from Ray Charles to Elvis to Alabama