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Advertise on Central New York’s most accessible and popular stations. WHCU 870 AM, WNYY 1470 AM, WQNY 103.7 FM, WIII 99.9 FM, WYXL 97.3 FM, Hits 103.3 FM, and 96.7 The Vine.

Radio…it’s the advertising medium that “cuts through the clutter” of thousands of messages trying to reach consumers each day.  Emotional, motivating, entertaining, and habitual.  Radio captures today’s consumers with powerful REACH and critical FREQUENCY.  Radio reaches:

  • Over 234 million people every week.
  • 93% of all  consumers each week.
  • 94% of all consumers with $75k+ incomes
  • 92% of those with two or more children in household.
  • 92% of new home buyers.

There’s an attractive and efficient advertising campaign for almost any business. Let the Cayuga Radio Group put the POWER of RADIO to work for YOUR business so you can “get known!”

Contact Chet Osadchey @ 607.257.6400 or cosadchey@cyradiogroup.com


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