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Tuesday 05 November 2019

RadioReverb: Brighton Radio Station Seeks Applicants For Local Charity Of The Year 2020

RadioReverb is appealing for community groups and charities in Brighton & Hove to nominate themselves as the radio station's Charity of the Year.

The community station looking to support a local good cause in 2020 by becoming a media partner offering the following benefits:

** On-air promotion of their work and events

** Trails and audio for fundraising and promotional activities

** Social media promotion of activities to the station's 11,000+ followers

** Podcasts of appeals

** Any other support which can be offered to suit their needs.


RadioReverb is Brighton's grassroots local radio station, broadcasting on FM and DAB+ in the city and beyond, and globally via radioreverb.com.

They have a dedicated listenership in excess of 40,000, and are committed to providing a platform to highlight the vast range of Brighton & Hove's cultural, musical, social and community events and talent. Reverb offer an important space for marginalised voices to be heard.

They welcome applications from not-for-profit and charity organisations in Brighton & Hove, who would like to spread the impact of their message to more people in 2020 with RadioReverb as their media partner.

How to apply:

Send up to 500 words describing your group's work, how it helps local people and how you would benefit from being RadioReverb's Charity of the Year in 2020. If you are a registered charity, please include your charity number.

Send your application to office@radioreverb.com or click on link to find out more: radioreverb.com/media-partner/ - Deadline: 30th November 2019.

by: Mike Cobley



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