September 26th, 2010 - Ryan-485420 said:
Sports/Talk radio would probably be expensive, and the demographics probably wouldn't match. NPR doesn't run commercials (that's why they keep begging for money) and nobody listens to it anyway. Catholic radio would work best. The audience is already mostly Catholic, and advertising during the right programs would bring the highest yields. If you have to choose between the EWTN and the Catholic Channel, go with the Catholic Channel. Their programs are more entertaining. You would do well to advertise during The Catholic Guy show, even though Lino Rulli has one of your competitors (Anthony Buono) as a guest from time to time.
September 17th, 2010 - Thomas-551009 said:
Catholics incompass the normal distribution curve (bell curve) of any large sample within a population in regard to religious, political, and personal moral behaviors. I think the best way to reach them is simply through each local parish's sunday paper. Mass is a one hour gathering of diversity each week.
September 4th, 2010 - George-166509 said:
EWTN would be good, but I voted for conservative talk radio. A Catholic advertisement on something like that, listened to by a lot of people who share basic conservative Catholic values but who are not Catholic, might be good for helping people to convert.
September 3rd, 2010 - Michael-13731 said:
I would initially say..EWTN or Conservative talk radio. Those would be the logical choices..........but, I realize many more Catholics probably listen to Top 40 stations than EWTN....so, perhaps maintainstream stations...or, try a mix of different stations and see where the response comes from.
September 3rd, 2010 - Lourdes-450949 said:
You can't choose one type of format, diversity is just too great....now if its cost the concern then would have to
consider seasonal contracts where audience is at its peak....you'll reach a variety of listeners. Sponsor concerts, and
August 29th, 2010 - David-422801 said:
NPR doesn't do advertising, only underwriting. That wouldn't be effective. Short ads on EWTN directing listeners to the Website would be good. And I reluctantly recommend conservative talk radio, too, simply because serious young Catholics tend to skew conservative. (Age and having children will make you more liberal. Trust me.)
August 26th, 2010 - John-565615 said:
I also am from the south, west Tennessee, Diocese of Memphis. We Catholics are called "fish eaters", at the best. Times are changing though. I think the best place to advertise would be where the greatest number of Catholics would be reached. I think that would be on either the Sirius or EWTN radio programming. NPR would be good if we were trying to reach outside our Faith, but that`s the whole point, to meet someone who we share a common belief and Faith in.
August 24th, 2010 - Fernando-200591 said:
I actually work for a great station in my area run by the Diocese of St. Petersburg, it's called Spirit FM 90.5! We play modern Christian music (alot like Air-1, K-Love etc..) plus Catholic programing. It is also accessable world-wide at spiritfm905.com. Ok that's enough with my station plug :) Send me a message if you're interested.
August 24th, 2010 - Phil-616285 said:
The way our culture is devolving into a hedonistic mess headed straight for hell, we should fill our hearts and minds w/ reverent, holy music like they play on EWTN.. This beautiful music helps guide our thoughts toward God and Heaven. We could all use a little help in that direction.
August 22nd, 2010 - Christian-253779 said:
what you're voting for here are your future potential matches, and possibly your future spouse. it doesn't matter what YOU listen to... it matters what your future spouse might be listening to, so that the seed of joining this site is planted. That's the whole idea. At this point in my life I can't be on a mission to change someone, so I have to find someone who really seeks Truth, and just as important: knows where to seek it. She's not going to find it in top 40 radio, idealogical talk radio, or sports babble. So if you know someone who might vote for this but hasn't, please ask him/her to think about it a little more deeply. I don't think it's good for more 2/7, 3/7, 4/7, etc "Catholics" to be on here... there are plenty already. Let's get more members who actually get it, and are at least basically qualified for sacramental marriage = )