An Opportunity for Growth:
Washington Business Weekly
Alleviating Uncertainty in Business
A unique new radio program coming soon to Seattle’s award-winning news station.
You are cordially invited to become a Charter Member Sponsor of Washington Business Weekly.
As a planned one-hour radio program on KOMO News, it will be a new unique opportunity for your business growth.
Washington Business Weekly will provide business listeners with valuable information – in partnership with this portal, The Biz Coach, founded by Terry Corbell.
You can sponsor the weekly review of major Northwest business events, as well as interviews with influential newsmakers and winning strategies originating from 1,200 business-coaching articles:
- Human Resources
- Career Tips
KOMO News (AM 1000 / FM 97.7) is the region’s only All News station and the winner of the Associated Press Station of the Year Award (Western U.S.) and the Edward R. Murrow Award for Overall Excellence. It’s also the radio home for University of Washington Husky football and basketball broadcasts.
For branding value to targeted business listeners as a Charter Member Sponsor, you can select from our terrific menu of options:
- 30-second messages
- 60-second messages
- 10-second billboards
- Your spokespersons will be interviewed live and even take questions from listeners to create lasting impressions.
- You can use the recording of your interviews for any branding purpose.
- Naming rights — exclusive designation with your company being frequently mentioned as “Washington Business Weekly’s Official (your industry)“.
At preferred rates, you can also take advantage of other KOMO News opportunities:
- Twice-hourly business update sponsorships
- Traffic and weather sponsorships
- Other KOMO News opportunities
The program’s host, Seattle business consultant Terry Corbell, is the publisher of The Biz Coach. His bio includes more than 40 years business and journalism experience. The profit professional has been a full-service, confidential business-performance consultant since 1992.
His clients have ranged from high-tech to professional service firms, and for the public sector.
Before launching The Biz Coach, he wrote 500+ Biz Coach columns for Northwest media sites, including KOMO, KIRO7 and KING5.
He was also invited to create and host the former Association of Washington Business public-affairs radio program, Washington Business Weekly. Early in his career, he was in management in various business sectors and was an award-winning broadcast journalist.
To hear a brief, edited sample of the program, click on this audio player:
Why don’t we chat about your Washington Business Weekly options for growth?