Radio advertising in Thailand has proven an excellent medium for reaching audiences through its high penetration levels and repetition.
Radio ads are also highly memorable and generate excellent consumer recall and a high call to action.
Empire can recommend the best stations for your target audience and objectives within Thailand and help you plan your radio adverts from start to finish.
ADVERTISE ON THESE THAI RADIO STATIONS
The station offers hit music that are popular among the listeners. It was the first of its kind that offers “50 Minutes Music Long Play”. The station caters to the needs, life styles and visions of the working generations with regular activities.
This French-language radio station provides immediate and reliable information. It is committed to serving listeners with their mission: “inform, entertain and educate”.
”Eazy FM is the number one rated International music station in Bangkok, broadcasting now for over 25 years.EazyFM 105.5 is the only radio station which broadcasts the top rated television news program,
Rueng Lao Chao Nee, to keep our listeners up to date
with the latest news.”
Fabulous 103FM is the oldest radio station in Pattaya, Thailand, broadcasting in the English language since 2012 (except the Thailand news program which is broadcasted in the Thai language). Fabulous 103FM also transmits on the internet via its website and is available via most applications, such as TuneIn. Programs in Fabulous 103 include BBC World news service, along with news from national Thailand and regional Pattaya; shows from those of radio legends Emperor Rosko, David Hamilton and Pat Sharp, alongside Gary King and Tommy Dee who runs the morning show; and music programs include Coast to Coast Country Music, UK Chart Show which features the official UK Airplay Top 30, World Chart Show (new and recent chart hits from around the world), Funk session, pop session, all the hits session and 90’s session.
The radio station of Thailand, FM 88 MHz, is an English language radio network of the Department of Public Relations. There are news, documentaries and international music programs broadcast online 24 hours a day. Programs are dominated with news, talk, info about Thailand such as News flash, Midday News, Evening News, Royal Science, Dhamma Talk, The Insider TH, Thailand Magazine, Resolutions of the People and Jingle ID.
Happy Family Radio FM 105 MHz is a Thai-language radio for everyone in the family. It’s established with intention as a gift for children, teenagers and youth to develop knowledge and ideas through quality media. The intention is to make Happy Family Radio 105 FM as the source of youth knowledge in line with the concept of the radio establishment. Programs broadcasted such as children’s programs that are divided according to the development of children at different ages, such as Home Kid’s programs for 3-6 years and for aged 7-12 years. In addition, the evening program will include reading content to promote reading for children and youth. There is also a health and wellness programs for parents and other family programs. The station is on air from Bangkok.
HappyTime 93.5 FM is an independent station (private lease) owned by the National Broadcasting Services of Thailand (Radio Thailand) under the Department of Public Relations. It broadcasts to the regions 24 hours a day, 12 months of the year from Bangkok. The station plays pop music genre and other programs.
HITZ 955 – 95.5 MHz FM has been in operation since the year 2002. Rich in “Top Chart Hit” music programs, this radio station features all current hits, popular and new generation pieces of Thai, Asian and International music. It brings the vibe full of energy with new DJs, modern, powerful and ready to create fun and happiness. Besides the hits and modern music programs, it also brings to live updates of new trends every day. The radio broadcasts 24 hours through FM wave and online through their website and the mobile application of BECTeroRadio.
Launched in 2012, Live 89.5 Radio is a 24/7 live broadcast English language radio station in Phuket that reaches Phuket region and the surrounding areas, also worldwide through online. Programs are all produced locally and the presenters talk about living on the island. It’s the only Phuket station that produces its own local news in English. The station plays a variety of genres of music: ’80s, ’90s, ‘0s and today’s music. Every hour, it offers the listeners updates of what’s happening worldwide, nationally and regionally with BBC News, local news, sports news, also weather forecast and traffic. It also has other programs such as Talk Radio and competitions/ quizzes.
Middle-Upper Bangkok crowd with up-to-date lifestyle that is classy, affluent and substantial.