Four unique ways to advertise your business!
1. Become a ‘Presenting Sponsor’
Presenting sponsors receive a variety of multi-platform benefits custom tailored to the particular show they are sponsoring, including in-show advertising as well as online advertising. For example: BMO Harris Bank is the presenting sponsor of Naperville Sports Weekly. For information about current sponsorship opportunities, click here.
2. Sponsor a program segment
Sponsor a programming segment within an existing show. For example: Aurelio’s Pizza sponsors the Naperville Sports Weekly “Play of the Week“and Edward Medical Group sponsors the “Healthy Minute” in Naperville News 17. For information about current sponsorship opportunities, click here.
3. Air your commercial within our shows
Target your advertising message to specific demographic profiles and lifestyle interests based on the program(s) selected. All programming is positive, hyper-local in focus. Choose the specific weeks/months to coincide with the seasonality of your business.
4. Advertise Online
Online web advertising placement at NCTV17.com is available on both the home page and individual story post page and includes a hyperlink. The site receives an average of 35,000+ monthly visitors.
By The Numbers
Monthly Website Visits
Why advertise on NCTV17
Approximately 90% of all sales come from within 5 miles of a retailer’s location.
NCTV17 is the only television channel solely dedicated to covering the Naperville area.
NCTV17 is broadcast on Comcast, WOW! and AT&T cable systems, reaching 85% of cable subscribers in Naperville.
Households with cable TV statistically have more disposable income and are more likely than non-cable households to purchase products across a broad range of categories.
Studies show people only remember 10% of what they read, 20% of what they hear, and 30% of what they see – but remember 50% of what they see and hear.
TV is a very impactful medium to communicate your message to Naperville residents.
All NCTV17 programs air multiple times a day and multiple times throughout the week.
Frequent communication is what gets shoppers out of their homes and into your business.