Radio advertising in Namibia is an excellent way to reach audiences throughout their day with catchy jingles and repetition. Radio ads are memorable and lead to excellent “consumer recall”. This in turn increases the call-to-action rate.
Empire can recommend the best stations for your target audience and objectives within Namibia and help you plan your radio adverts from start to finish.
ADVERTISE ON THESE NAMIBIAN RADIO STATIONS
99FM offers the most popular contemporary music, clever entertainment & relevant content.
Efm FM radio broadcast pop, rock, christian and adult contemporary music.
Energy 100 FM providing dance music entertainment programming in English, Afrikaans and Oshiwambo language.FM .
Fresh FM is a contemporary urban radio station playing a mix of urban and local music, thereby uplifting the local music community with 60% music and 40% talk.
Funkhaus FM has specific focus on news and content that resonates with the German population of Namibia.
Hartklop FM radio’s slogan: Leef in Afrikaans (Live in Afrikaans), broadcast in Afrikaans language.
Hitradio Namibia targets the German speaking audience in Namibia and abroad.
Jacc FM’s music spans the last four decades, with a distinctive mix of music – playing, rock, pop, indie, alternative and beyond.
Kaisames Radio Station hosted a four-day social gathering in Swakopmund, aimed at creating a relationship between the radio station and its listeners.
Kanaal 7 is a broadcast radio station from Katima Mulilo, Namibia providing Christian Contemporary music and religious program
Oshiwambo transmissions on 9 transmitters daily 18:00 – 22:00. Raido is involved in various community projects like Gala Dinner, Gospel Show & Telethon
National Radio is on air 24/7 with a variety of programs catering for all sections of the Namibian population in English language.
Kosmos FM providing community news, talk and entertainment. Using Afrikaans as the anchor language.
“Kati FM caters for people, ranging from young to elderly.
It provides an interactive environment for its listeners, affording them access to News, Current Affairs and Talk Shows, Music, Drama, Sport, Education, Weather and Traffic, with much emphasis on local content.”
Nwanyi FM has strong listener ship in the rural areas and neighboring countries like Zambia and Botswana, it is also a youth dominated station, which broadcast more on Agriculture and Environmental programs, Health and Education programs, Culture and traditional programs, Informative and Entertainment program.
Omulunga providing news, talk and informative programs. A carefully selected mix of music including Afro dance, traditional and local, as well as Gospel on Sundays, creating a pleasurable music experience.
Omurari FM station serves all Namibian Communities under the Otjiherero as a language in all corners of the country and abroad with quality programs on FM with a variety of interesting programs.
Radio Wave is private commercial, English medium entertainment, music and information station. Broadcast latest music, news and current affairs.
Rapids FM broadcasts it programs and shows in English and the local languages of the region, and these include Rukwangari, Thimbukushu, Gciriku, Rumanyo and Mbunza.
Shipi FM is informative, educational and entertainment radio channel.
Touch FM play popular music and targets young people.
TYS FM broadcast for Tswana people and can Listen to free internet radio, sports, music, news, talk and podcasts, with live streaming of big events
Unam Radio is operated fully by students, who are responsible for technical and presentation operations. A series of feature programs are presented, focusing on issues of relevance to the listener-ship, including health, economy, education and careers guidance.
Wato FM is source of information to both rural and urban listeners on different socio-economic environments for kavango people.
West Coast FM providing on Mondays-Thursdays adult contemporary music, Friday’s are dedicated to “Old Skool”. General “out-and-about” mood that goes with Saturdays and Sundays plays Ballades and Jazz.