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Why advertise with LAFM?

• LAFM is community orientated.
• LAFM broadcasts to a reach of 123,011 listeners.
• LAFM reaches people in their homes, cars and workplace.
• LAFM is the first choice for Launceston and Northern Tasmanian residents to turn on when they need to know about anything and everything, from road closures to bushfires.
• LAFM is the most powerful form of Word Of Mouth marketing. 

The LAFM website offers a unique advertising platform for you to reach your clients across Northern Tassie. With almost 110,000 unique visitors to our site last year and 480,000 pageviews, we give Launceston and the North East everything they need to keep up to date: local news, talk back community events, great music, gigs, competitions and much, much more.

Combining your radio advertising with digital advertising on our site will give you the greatest cut through. Radio and online is the strongest two channel combination, delivering an average ROI of nearly three times more than TV and online. *Colmar Brunton ROI Study 2015.

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