Do You Want Your Public Radio Station to carry DOG TALK® (and Kitties, Too)?
We had some wonderful news this week: DOG TALK® has joined the programming on Saturday mornings at 10 AM on a lovely new public radio station in upstate New York: WCSQ-LP 105.9 FM, known on air as “Radio Cobleskill.”
They are a licensed, non-commercial LPFM station and have just had their one-year anniversary on the air. During the week, they feature an “adult hits” music format, while the evening hours and weekend mornings are reserved for specialty shows (like DOG TALK®). They cover much of Schoharie County, NY, including Cobleskill, Richmondville, Warnerville, Central Bridge, Seward and Carlisle, plus a significant stretch of Interstate 88 — with a listenership that is largely 25-54, female and male, though their weekend specialty shows reach an older demographic, as well.
It was as simple as pie — they reached out to me and asked to air DOG TALK®. “Here you go” I said, and my engineer, Kyle, will now send them the show weekly, as he does for Robinhood Radio in the Berkshires.
This is such great news because it gives me a chance to reach out and ask everyone who already listens to DOG TALK® as a podcast: would you love to have the show air locally on your NPR station? If so, then call up the station and ask if they’d like to have DOG TALK® on the weekend. There’s no cost of any kind to them — it’s all about sharing the information and inspiration that I strive for every week with the show. The more people who know more about their dogs and cats, the happier I am! And of course, it’s really nice for my sponsors, too — like Halo, Weruva, Best Pet RX, Pura Naturals Pet, and Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat — because without their support there could be no show at all… nor the privilege of offering it as a gift to other public radio stations across the country.
Please get your NPR station to take advantage of this opportunity—so you have the option of hearing the show as more than a podcast after the fact!
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