Important Information For Potential Advertisers and Advertising Agencies
Thank you for your interest in Wolf Country Radio. We appreciate all of our advertising clients and strive to provide great value at all times.
Due to the competitive nature of our business, the confusing nature of rate grids and the many seasonal packages and specials we offer, we do not post rates online.
Please contact us directly and we will be happy to work with you.
Main Phone- 740-653-4373
Arlene Bohach (Gen Mgr) - email@example.com
Mark Bohach (Sales Mgr) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel Schlarb (Sales Rep)- email@example.com
A Special Note to Advertising Agencies:
We want your business!
But, we operate under unique situations that we want you to know and understand.
Your initial search, probably shows that we are listed as WLOH AM (1320) and looking at our logo and coverage map you may be a little confused. So here's how it works...
At the FCC, our WLOH-AM license is the 'mother license'. Then our three FM signals are licensed as 'translator (or repeater) stations' which operate as a simulcast. Each FM station has a unique set of FCC call letters that we do not use publically. They are W283BO- 104.5 FM, W257EQ- 99.3 FM and W275CT- 102.9 FM
So technically speaking, we are really WLOH-AM-FM-FM-FM
From the ratings perspective, we do not subscribe to Neilson or any other service. Our physical location makes these services useless for our purposes...
While Fairfield County is part of the Columbus Ohio Metro Survey Area- we are NOT a Columbus Radio Station. We serve Lancaster which is a distinct community and proudly NOT a Columbus suburb.
Our Metro coverage population is approximately 100,000 in the MSA of 1.8 Million. To put it succinctly, we are a guppy in the ocean. There is no way we can be adequately represented by current PPM placements.
And we also operate transmitters in Hocking and Perry Counties- which are non metro areas. These stations cover another 100,000 population- albeit outside the metro area.
We use a more direct method to look at our audience, we use the analytics of our online stream and apps. We can directly look at those cumulative, hour by hour and time spent listening numbers and make some accurate predictions of total listener participation. Obviously this method does not conform to the norms you are used to for ratings.
So if you're looking for coverage of Fairfield, Hocking and Perry Counties in Ohio, we are your station. We want to work with you.
Because quite honestly, we have a really good radio station!