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A New Era In Advertising: Internet Radio
Date:4/28/2009

PHILADELPHIA, April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- For years companies advertised on radio, television and in print. Why? These were the main ways of reaching potential customers who might consume their products. But with the advent of devices like TiVo, people are skipping commercials and companies are now so desperate they are using product placement in movies and even on daytime television shows like CBS's the Bold & the Beautiful. Recently V-8 and Macy's were featured on the popular soap. Even print publications like the New York Times and People Magazine are now available to readers on the World Wide Web and placing ads on these online e-zine sites can be very costly. But now there is a new way for advertisers to reach consumers inexpensively: Internet Radio.

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Jacqueline Foreman who has been hosting her Internet radio show Your Mental Health Talk Radio for almost 18 months is one of the highest rated shows on blogtalkradio.com. Her station can be found at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/yourmentalhealth

Recently, she hired a seasoned sales executive, Lori Houston, to assist her with ad sales for the top rated show which has more than 500,000 listeners per episode. "The best thing about airing a commercial on my show," says Foreman, "is that all shows are permanently archived so every time someone listens to that show, your commercial or sponsorship remains. With traditional radio, your ad plays once and then it is gone, even if the show is re-aired. It is not only an inexpensive option, but a great way of reaching a massive amount of people."

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