FAQs   Frequently Asked Questions
 

How does RSA collaborate with charities and such organizations?

RSA is always delighted to read out on air any announcement to help charities and organizations (example: to help lost or abandoned dogs and cats get a good home.)

Organizations should really make the effort to create their own web presence by posting information and photos about their activities on their blog and/or website
(ex: photos of animals,etc.).
There are several free on-line services: Google Pages, Weebly, Blogspot,etc.

RSA could broadcast your message and advise listeners to visit your website/blog for more details (ex: to see exactly what the animals look like.)
In return, you would mention on your website/blog that RSA 99.1 fm regularly announces your messages and make a link to RSA's web site.

RSA radio has the ability to give urgent, up-to-date information, whereas printed
media impose a delay of several weeks before publication.
Your internet site can also be updated to give urgent information.

As an example, it seems that, with lost animals where time is of the essence,
it is a good idea to to get the information out on several channels quickly.


The smart way of working is to link several media channels as follows:

  • for the press,
    • give the link to your website/blog
    • publish a short text mentioning that RSA 99.1 fm regularly announces your messages and give the link to RSA's website.
  • for your website/blog
    • post a short text mentioning that RSA 99.1 fm regularly announces your messages and give the the link to RSA's website
    • post a text explaining which publications regularly present your information
  • for the radio
    • produce a generic jingle or message about your activities and
    • give your web address, with a short overview and contacts details.