See Radio Differently
We’re on a mission to help advertisers get the most out of radio advertising. We think it’s important they understand how using radio more ambitiously can help make their brands more famous (more fame = greater profits). To help marketers believe how effectively radio delivers fame, we are using radio advertising to make some of them famous.
Most recently on air was a house anthem for Airbnb CMO Jonathan Mildenhall. The song tells him that there’s only one place to be, on radio for Airbnb.
The campaign launched with a hip-hop rap for Keith Weed, CMO of Unilever, reminding him that radio is the “OMG to FMCG” followed by a ballad for John Lewis’ Customer Director Craig Inglis, “Oh Craig Inglis, where have you been?”. An indie rock track dedicated to L’Oréal’s Chief Marketing Officer Hugh Pile was next – because he’s worth it.
See radio differently for yourself…
Beyond helping people become famous, radio also has the required characteristics to play a more central and strategic role within the media mix for brand advertisers.
With a record 35 million listeners tuning in each week, commercial radio extends the reach and effects of a campaign by speaking to more of your brand’s customers at relevant times
Radio is a powerful emotional influencer and audio brand assets like music work at a subconscious level to drive recognition and enhance brand perceptions
Radio delivers an average ROI of £7.70 for every pound spent and diverting budgets into radio improves the overall returns from a wider media campaign at no additional cost