Radio Snow Reports For Ski Resorts
No other recreation industry generates as much media exposure as snow sports - thanks to snow reporting!
Radio snow reports reach skiers and riders on many different station formats. They appeal to skiers and riders. They reach your customers in their cars, at home and the office. And most importantly, they send a very powerful and positive message to their mass media audience, who may not be as familiar with skiing and snowboarding.
Mountain News radio snow reports are unique because they are delivered to our affiliate stations by network quality broadcasters, timed, tailored and ready to air. This prevents stations from editing any ski area out of the report.
Each radio affiliates signs an agreement to run the reports. We limit the number of ski areas in each report so that we can guarantee you daily coverage in the Radio Networks you select.
In addition to on-air exposure, stations use your reports on their snow phones and in their Web Sites. This give your ski area on-air, on-phone and on-line daily exposure.
There are 17 Radio Networks to choose from. Ski areas pick and choose the Networks that match their marketing plans for the coming season.
Positions are offered on a first-come, first-served basis only.
Radio snow reports start around Thanksgiving and depending on the network end in either March or April. Guaranteed, daily and season-long coverage.
Oregon, & Washington and Idaho
North & Central California:
Oregon border to Tehachapi Mountains -Includes Reno, NV
Front Range & Northern Rockies:
Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska, and Oklahoma.
Tehachapi Mountains to Mexican border - Includes Las Vegas
Arizona, New Mexico
Milwaukee - S.E. Wisconsin/Chicago-N. Illinois/Detroit - S.E.
Boston/Worcester south to Rhode Island
Albany, Troy, Schenectady to just north of New York City
Long Island, New York City, Connecticut, New Jersey
Pennsylvania / So. New Jersey:
Central Pennsylvania to the Atlantic
The greater Pittsburgh area
Washington D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginias
Southern Virginias, The Carolinas, Georgia and Florida