Let your audience learn more about your business and the people behind it. Behind the Business will sit down with the owner or workers to learn about your business and how it came to be. The goal is to let the world know how your business stands out from the crowd, that is something that can’t happen in a 5 minute interview. The 45 minute show will cover the development of the idea, how it came to fruition, and the future of what you do. We will also talk about the people involved, the hardships of running and starting a business, and how you give something unique to your community that wouldn’t be there without you.
Our model is that instead of paying monthly for a long term commitment, you pay once using one of the packages below. Hopefully you find that WKXL can serve as a platform for future outreach, but Behind the Business is a great first step to advertising on our airwaves. Our broadcast reach of the capitol region and world-wide internet audience will make your business stand out in a way that you don’t see through other advertising outlets.
Learn more about Behind the Business by contacting host A. J. Kierstead at firstname.lastname@example.org
Listen to the pilot episode with Dusty Gray
Radio Segment, $500 – 45 minute interview that will be broadcasted on WKXL 1450 AM and 103.9 FM, then posted as a podcast for you to share on your website and social media channels. Includes $50 in boosted posts on Facebook of the podcast, tagging your business.
Radio Segment and Photography, $700 – 1 hour photography session at your business and everything included in Radio Segment package. The session will include digital copies of up to 25 edited photos (original photos will not be given). Extended photo sessions or more photos negotiable.
Videography session add-on, $400 – 1 to 3 minute video highlighting your business. The video will include an edited, sit-down interview with one or two people with cutaways showing off your products/services and facility. Check out some samples of our video productions for local businesses, including El Rodeo Mexican Restaurant, Concord Orthopaedics, and Arnie’s Place: