'Let a thousand voices bloom...'
If you're in business, you can have your own on-air show(s).
It's important to us that many shows are hosted by ordinary people (particularly solopreneurs and those running small businesses).
You don't need experience, or specialist equipment.
We provide content… pre- and custom-recorded show segments (news, reviews, features, interviews with experts, etcetera), from which you can choose and compile your show(s).
Or you can use your own content (which can be recorded from a home/office/external location, with a basic computer/tablet/phone).
And of course, we sort the tech-stuff.
We'll work with you, providing full support. If required, we'll handle it all and compile entire shows (at minimal extra cost).
The advantage is clear…
- It's simple to have a show.
- You get content which you probably couldn't get, or for which the cost would be prohibitive.
Should you? Hell, yes.
'Hear my show on Honk Radio' is a good way to promote yourself.
Being a host will enhance your credibility, directly helping you develop better relationships with prospects, customers and others.
It's business-building attention you literally can't get elsewhere.
We'll always keep pricing as low as we're able. Right now, you can get on-air for just $50 (that gets you 10 x one-hour shows).
Although that's a discounted introductory offer, longer-term pricing will always be affordable and good value.
(And there's an option where we might pay you to be on-air.)
We provide the creative and tech support to make things work, whether you're experienced or totally new to this, including…
- Content… talk and music.
- 'You're listening to… [person/show name]' audio idents.
- A show-host page/microsite with info about yourself and your show(s).
- And, of course, airtime.
If you want intro/outro music, extra idents, etcetera, we'll do that for whatever it costs us (we don't need or want to make a profit on it).
We guarantee your show will reach at least a thousand listeners.
We monitor things to ensure you get what you paid for.
If it's dead-of-night, or everyone's at the beach, and there's less than a thousand listeners when your show airs, we'll repeat it until it hits that 1000-mark.
As listener-numbers increase, we'll progressively increase the 'at least a thousand'-thing.