Country is cool again!
After a few years in the wilderness, country music is more popular than ever, thanks to the fresh feel of today’s country music. Plus, with country acts including Europe in their tours, the massive Country 2 Country weekend every year at the O2, and radio support for artists including Lady Antebellum, Rascal Flatts, Taylor Swift, The Shires, country is music’s most exciting genre!
Chris Country Weekly is an opportunity for stations to ride the country wave with an upbeat, fresh radio show that sounds completely comfortable on Hot AC and AC stations. Utilising the resources of the UK’s online country station, Chris Country Radio, we have artist access, label support and a friendly inclusive sound to the show. Check out the demo to hear what we mean!
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Two hours of cool, fresh country music, delivered weekly.
Our Radio Rule – What we do
- We do short interviews clips, and then push to the shows website to hear more audio.
- We do promote competitions that run across all Chris Country media (social etc).
- We do have separate website for the show – chriscountryweekly.com
- We post our audio as Soundcloud files, which can be embedded in your station website.
- We also supply a track list for each week’s show which can also be posted onto your station website.
Contemporary music with familiar artists
We provide the show as wave or MP3 file (your choice) each week by midday Thursday. We’re happy to supply liners/bumpers to help personalise the show. The show is exactly 48 minutes per hour split across three segments; we can advise on fillers if you require extra music per hour.
“Chris Country Weekly has added a new dynamic to our weekend schedules, it’s very palatable, very listenable. Whether you love country or not – you’ll love Chris Country”
Dan Beale, Lakeland Radio
Our Radio Rule – What we don’t do
- We don’t promote the Chris Country online station within the show.
- We don’t live in the past. When we play a classic song it’s because it has modern relevance or is well known.
- We don’t get “muso” – we’re music-heavy, and very accessible.
- We don’t refer to the show being broadcast at the weekend, and we don’t mention ad breaks. We do hook to what’s next on the show though.