About 8CCC SponsorshipCelebrating local music – and great music from diverse genres.First, a little bit about 8CCC Community Radio8CCC Community Radio Inc (102.1fm in Alice Springs and Tennant Creek) is Central Australia’s oldest community-run broadcaster and the first FM station in the Territory.When we are not broadcasting unique live content from our local studios, we play one third local music (i.e. Central Australian/Barkly Region) , one third Australian music and one third “International” music – all from a diverse range of genres.8CCC is also a member of the Community Broadcasters Association of Australia (CBAA) and acts as the region’s re-broadcaster for some of Australia’s best radio programming via the Community Radio Network (CRN).With its diverse content and a dedicated following, 8CCC is a community institution worth supporting!Be a part of it and get in touch with us about an 8CCC Sponsorship Package today!Research about Community Radio listenersNorthern Territory has the most listeners per head of population (43%) and also listen the longest, with 8.5 hours per week.According to McNair Ingenuity’s National Listener Survey, 43% of Territorians listen to Community Radio – and they also listen the longest, with 8.5 hours per week.The McNair Ingenuity survey results also show that people are choosing to tune into their local community radio station for:localised content,specialist programs andlocal/Australian music that is on offer.Specifically, listeners say that they listen because they like to hear specialist music programs (61%), they value the provision of local information/local news (53%), they hear local voices/local personalities (45%), and because they hear Australian music and appreciate that community radio stations support local artists (48%).McNair Ingenuity Community Radio National Listener Survey 201054% tune in during the afternoon (mostly for local news), then breakfast (45%), mid-morning (42%) and evening (32%) when music is the main attraction. 27% of part-time employed people and 27% of people whose annual gross income is over $60,000 listen during a typical week. 29% regularly speak a language other than English at home. 53% are men and 47% are women. 18% are aged 15-24, 25% aged 25-39, 28% aged 40-54 and 29% are aged 55 or over. 45% do full-time work and 20% part-time work.The survey was by McNair Ingenuity Research, sampling 5000 people across all states and territories between May and June.