Underwriting support, short and sweet
As a nonprofit endeavor, WQRT relies upon the support of donors to sustain its operations and add upcoming features like remote broadcasts and online streaming. It’s very easy to add your name (business or personal) to our celebrated list of supporters. Instead of advertising, we offer on-air and online recognition in grateful exchange for your tax-deductible donation. Plus, you’ll be invited to VIP events created just for those who make WQRT possible.
A) Sponsor a specific radio show that aligns with your interests/mission with a mention in the introduction, or
B) Underwrite WQRT in general with mentions throughout the day/night
• 20-second pre-recorded spot on the air
• your linked logo on wqrt.org
• your linked logo on upcoming streaming window (desktop+mobile)
The rates are very reasonable, and the impact is exponential.
Your dollars create awareness and opportunity, which invites curiosity, which empowers more people to become involved. This builds skills, relationships, pride, and listernership. All of those participants and listeners will hear and see your name associated with this goodness.
More detailed information on rates and packages to come soon.
To discuss underwriting options, please contact us HERE.
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Support WQRT in other ways
Financial contributions are always needed to keep things sustainable. But a radio station also needs stuff. So if you want to share, and have better access to that stuff than funds, let's talk.
And of course, your time is absolutely as valuable as your treasure, so please consider volunteering for on-air or off-air roles that can be arranged according to your availability and interests.
WQRT broadcasts at 100 watts from an eastside Indianapolis tower, with the potential reach of nearly 500,000 residents on the FM dial, plus commuters and visitors traveling through town.
This map shows reported coverage area, with reception strongest in Center Township (indicated by green square on map).
(Reception may vary depending on a listener’s antenna, large structures, topography, and electrical interference like larger broadcast towers.)