Originally Posted By: wwarner
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I don't know if I'd use NPR. Although I like to listen occasionally, I can't recall any names of sponsors, advertisers, etc. I and probably many others only listen for the news (highly biased) or become enveloped with a certain program. I'm trying to remember any sponsors of any of the programs I listened too and can't come up with any.
The station I'm considering is local and just changed formats and staff. They are starting small so I thought that maybe I might get "airplay" for cheaper than the going rates ![icon_smile.gif](upload://b6iczyK1ETUUqRUc4PAkX83GF2O.gif)
The station is now very community oriented. I'm thinking that this would be a good way to get potential buyers and sellers (and even real estate agents) to start thinking home inspections for when the busy season kicks in in a couple of months.
Since home inspections are not required for the transaction here... I'm hoping to spark more interest. I have found the general public in this region to be extremely ignorant (maybe too harsh a word, but best I could come up with) when it comes to home inspections. A common question is "what the he!! is a home inspection?" not in as so much as wanting to know, but more like saying "I've never heard of such a silly profession!"