Our listeners like what they hear and they want you to join the Eastside family!
Eastside 89.7FM is a not for profit community radio station. Our licence area covers the most densely populated and culturally diverse area in Australia: the City of Sydney and Eastern Suburbs. With nearly 330,000 people (15+) in our broadest licence service area, we reach over 79,000 listeners every week and our website gets 24,000 hits per month. Not to mention the fact that every weekday the CBD gains nearly 2 million commuting workers from all over the city and surrounds. (See the Eastside broadcast map HERE)
Our listeners range between 30 and 65+ years of age, they are passionate, freethinking and attend many music/arts/community events, typically with a high disposable income. From our research we found that the majority of listeners tune in weekdays during Jammin (7 – 9.30am) and Drive (4 – 6pm).
Eastside Radio exists to give voice to the people and places in our community with 74 specialist music, arts and local news programs. We rely on the generosity of over 150 volunteers every week, 500 subscribers and hundreds of generous sponsors to stay on air.
Take a closer look at our current program guide
We have produced many successful campaigns for local businesses and events, musicians, products and organisations.
We understand that everyone’s budget is different. Get in touch to discuss your project; we’re always happy to work with you to find the perfect arrangement – tailored packages are available.
We’ve also put together a range of new packages to help you get the most out of Eastside Radio sponsorship. You can download them here:
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ANY DOUBTS? Just remember that we are the fastest growing community station in your area and we offer high quality programming.
* 2010 McNair Community Radio National Listener Survey
**These figures are based on the 2010 National Listener Survey results with additional estimates by CBOnline. For more information refer to the McNair Ingenuity Community Radio National Listener Survey report available at www.cbonline.org.au