Bristol's Noods Radio launch new membership schemePosted on: 10 Feb 2021
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Stokes Croft-based Noods Radio have officially unveiled Noods Luvers, a new membership scheme enabling listeners to support the station's continued growth and ensure its long-term sustainability.
Starting at just £3 a month, funds raised by Noods Luvers will contribute directly to things like licensing fees, production costs, streaming infrastructure and studio maintenance, all of which are essential in keeping Noods on the air.
Home to more than 300 residents with thousands of weekly listeners, Noods has emerged as an integral part of the Bristol music scene, and a proud champion of local artists, DJs, venues and promoters.
Launching today, 'Noods Luvers' is our new listener support scheme that allows you to help keep Noods Radio independent and ad free. From as little as £3 a month, your support can enable us to continue to grow + ensure we can keep broadcasting everyday from the heart of Bristol???? pic.twitter.com/Kcf3mhqgIG— Noods Radio (@noodsradio) February 9, 2021
Speaking on the launch of their new membership scheme, Noods co-founder Leon Pattrick said: “For the last 5 years we’ve been lucky to work with so many amazing people and share music with listeners, whilst remaining ad-free and independent.”
“So far we’ve relied on events, merchandise and crowdfunding from residents to keep things ticking but now we’re asking our listeners for support to help make Noods self-sufficient and grow.”
Through Noods Luvers, listeners can help safeguard the station for the foreseeable future, allowing them to continue spanning genres and providing a platform to the local music scene through their 24/7 ad-free programming.
Members will also gain access to a range of exclusive rewards and benefits, including a 20% discount on the Noods store, early access to events and insider news via a monthly newsletter.
For more information on Noods Luvers, to sign up or to listen live around the clock, head to the Noods Radio website.
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