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title:
Participative marketing for local radio
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2003
place:
Wellington (NZ)
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pages:
160 p.
collation:
index, bibliogr. p.153-156
ISBN:
1-86933-540-6
comment:
"This sourcebook places its focal point on participative marketing, which is defined as "making full use of all available channels to improve the communication between an organization and all the groups and people it has relationships with." The first chapters give an introduction to marketing in general and to marketing strategies for local radio stations in particular. It is followed by findings on radio audiences, which discuss when, where and why people listen to the radio. Dennis List describes the "three legged model of funding" that regards listeners, large funders like governments or NGO's, and advertisers as sources of income for local radio stations. Exceptionally useful are the chapters concerning funding from listeners, and about on air and off air marketing, containing suggestions for local events, organised by radio stations, and for non-radio services which local radio stations could easily offer. This is one of the very few publications on marketing for local radio stations and, al though it is not specifically aimed at radio stations in developing countries, it can be useful for a number of radio stations from these parts of the world." (CAMECO-JF)
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