Thank you for your interest in advertising on the Louisiana Radio Network. Clients nationally and across the State trust LRN to market their products and services, or help with their outreach needs. From insurance companies to auto manufacturers; from State Government Agencies to Political Campaigns, the Louisiana Radio Network is an effective and efficient way to reach people across the state.
 
People who do NOT live in one of the six Metropolitan areas of Louisiana make up the 2nd biggest population group in our state.
New Orleans would be first, followed by the "non-metro" people of Louisiana, then the remaining 5 traditional Metro areas. Savvy marketers looking for new customers recognize the 800,000+ people who live outside of Metro's are good prospects.

LRN is heard on 48 radio stations across the state, and reaches 393,200 people every week*, and the average message is heard by 30,600 people each airing. (*Source: Nielsen Audience Nationwide Report, Persons 18+, Fall 2014)
 
For any questions, please call or write:
Steve Lechich - National Sales Manager @ (225) 291-2727, ext. 206 or email at: steve@louisianaradionetwork.com
Kyle Coats - Local Sales Manager @ (225) 291-2727, ext. 205 or email at: kyle@louisianaradionetwork.com
Jennifer Marsh - Senior Account Executive @ (225) 291-2727, ext. 229 or email at: jennifer@louisianaradionetwork.com


Thank you again for your interest in the Louisiana Radio Network



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