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1. Feminine Issues Packaged A magazine programme where issues affecting women and children are discussed.

 

It’s a thirty minutes programme, Guests are brought to handle topics in the discussion segment.

 

No doubt women form the greater percentage of the society and issues concerning them are not treated with levity thus advertisers will be reaching range of audience if they put in their money sponsoring feminine issues.
2. Odenigbo Live Early morning chit chat programme in Igbo language where societal issues are discussed. Advertisers should take advantage of the liveliness of the show as well as its captivating nature.

 

Most advertisers these days always look for programmes that are 60% entertaining and 40% educating to put in their money.

3. Sports Bike, Pacesetter Sports Fast tempo sports presentation with analysis. Young and old, male and female love listening to sports programmes due to their entertaining and informative nature. And since the audience sees our sports programmes as highly interesting, it will be a great area where advertisers should take advantage in sponsoring.

 

As Sports cut across different strata of our society, so shall any product that is placed on our sports shows.

4. Oru Ubi Packaged programme where modern day agricultural techniques are discussed. Since Agriculture is fast replacing dependency on oil, the method of presentation here is a sure way of bringing all round farming to the door step of the listener with ease.

 

Also, being presented in Igbo Language, it easily gets to the grassroot so advertiser will be at advantage.

5. ICT World A packaged programme on Information and Communication Technology In this 21st century, Technology is one thing that has come to stay and computer literacy cuts across age, gender and social strata.

 

Thus advertisers will not only be reaching the elite but also rural dwellers because, it is believed that any one who uses a GSM for instance is interested in and a partaker of ICT.