Underwriting

Your business or organization can support Delta Broadcasting's exceptional programming through underwriting. Your financial support will be acknowledged on-air through a 15-second announcement on Q-90.1 FM or any of our four Q-TV channels.

When you underwrite Delta Broadcasting, you demonstrate support for the community while building name recognition. You will reach a well-educated and influential audience with your underwriting message.

Contact Gwen Serbus at (989) 686-9012 to find out how your business can underwrite Q-TV and Q-90.1 FM.

What Underwriters Have Discovered

  • 73 percent of public TV viewers are able to recall sponsoring companies' names 
  • 60 percent of PBS viewers are more inclined to purchase products from companies that support PBS 
  • 81 percent of NPR listeners say their opinion of a company becomes more positive when they find out the company supports public radio

Why Sponsor Delta Broadcasting?

Tap Into an Exclusive Audience

Program underwriting enables you to build community awareness of your business' products or services with one of mid-Michigan's most influential audiences.

Break Through the Clutter

On Q-TV and Q-90.1, there is an average of only four local underwriting announcements per hour, so your company's name and message are heard loud and clear in an environment that's not filled with commercial clutter.

Send a Message to Your Community

When your message is heard on Delta Broadcasting, it automatically says that you are a company that doesn't just talk about doing good deeds, you actually do them.

Taking the Next Step

If you are interested in learning how your business or organization can support Delta Broadcasting, contact Gwen Serbus at (989) 686-9012.

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