Consider the Power of Six!
Six is six times better than one! Blanketing East Central Alabama, we are part of the area's only six-signal radio family!
96.3 & 1050 WLMA focus on Alexander City-Dadeville. 98.3 Fox FM and 105.1 WRFS are our regional signals, collectively covering from Sylacauga northwest to the edges of Birmingham, east through and past the Lake Martin area toward Auburn, south into Wetumpka and Prattville and past Montgomery, and north toward I-20. Yea!106.5 & WYEA!1290 serve the greater Sylacauga-Childersburg-Talladega area. We can reach hundreds of thousands of people in parts of more than 20 Alabama counties.
If you're in business or involved with an area school, club, or community organization, we can maximize your messages to diverse audiences in a huge geographic area.
Multitasking is our art, and we are six!
Welcome to the RadioAlabama network!
Our four radio brands across six solid signals -- 96.3 FM, 1050 AM, 106.5 FM, 1290 AM, 98.3 FM, and 105.1 FM.
We deliver local radio, compelling content, and engaged audiences supporting successful area businesses and industry.
-- On-air radio ad campaigns, including creative writing and award-winning production
-- Online ad campaigns via our co-branded local news and information websites and social media platforms
-- Live on-location broadcasts
-- Custom promotions and contests
-- News, weather, and sports updates, on-air and online
-- Special event marketing
Why Radio Advertising Works
-- Radio reaches more people during the day than any other media.
-- Radio remains the king. 52% of time spent with audio is with radio vs. 6% with satellite radio, 4%-6% with streaming-only services.
-- Radio reaches people at work, in their cars, and closest to the point of purchase.
-- Radio reaches consumers who are light users or non-users of other local media such as newspapers and television.
-- Radio’s one-on-one relationship with listeners increases advertising effectiveness.
Serving greater Lake Martin from a tall tower in Alexander City, 96.3 and 1050 WLMA blanket the lake's 750 miles of wooded shoreline as well as the surrounding area.
Once the largest man-made body of water in the world and still one of the largest in the United States, Lake Martin covers 44,000 acres in Coosa, Elmore, and Tallapoosa counties. It's an important economic and recreational center for Alabama, providing boating, fishing, camping, golfing, and other recreational opportunities.
Lake Martin, Ala.
Last Updated on Feb 23 2018, 8:55 pm CST
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