Advertise your business across the North West with Hits Radio Advertising

  • We reach 2,337,000 adults, that’s 41% of the population*
  • We reach 2,104,000 main shoppers, that’s 42% of main shoppers*
  • We reach 2,033,000 car owners, that’s 43% of car owners*
  • We reach 1,519,000 employed adults, which is 48% of all employed adults*
  • We reach 1,764,000 home owners, which is 43% of all home owners*
Source: RAJAR, Combined TSA, 6 months, PE Jun 23. Trading Numbers. Surveyed as Hits Radio Brand North West & Cumbria *Predicted Cumulative 13 week reach.

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Advertising on Radio in the North West

We carefully choose, research and painstakingly craft the mix of music we play. We bring you the personalities that entertain, the contests that excite and the news stories that matter, to cultivate the most valuable audience for our customers.

Are you essential? 

Money worries mean people start to think differently about their spending. Purchase decisions are organised into one of 4 categories: essentials, treats, postponables or expendables. Don’t let potential customers write you off, let us tailor your marketing to show them why you’re indispensable.  

North West – Radio Advertising


Radio Advertising is efficient

For every £1 spent on radio advertising you get twice as much audience as any other advertising medium.


Radio advertising is trusted

87% of people say that they trust radio making it the uk’s most trusted medium


Radio advertising is always on

Radio has the lowest level of ad avoidance of all media; 16% avoid radio ads v 68% avoid newspaper ads


Radio advertising is relevant

Adverts on the radio talk to the right people at the right time & place with targeted messages


Radio advertising is targeted

Radio is the number 1 platform for targeting and number 1 platform for cost per thousand audience


Radio advertising drives response

Radio has always been a strong “call-to-action” medium, and this is even more true in a world where consumers access brands via the internet.

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