If your business needs promotion why not consider sponsoring a programme here on EPR? The cost is less than you would imagine and you can talk directly to our audience on a one-off or regular basis. Why not run a competition or promotion with us? Contact us via the link at the top of every page to find out more.
EPR is working on new content at the moment so if you have a special interest, why not let us know? We are looking for content on topics such as gardening and building/maintenance. Are you an expert in anything that our listeners might need as they plan their lives abroad? Promote yourself or group here.
According to Frontur, Spain‚ Äôs Institute of Tourism Studies, a total of 266,311 foreign tourists visited Murcia between January and May last year, 83,220 more than the same five months in 2013 ‚Äì a 45.5% increase. This is amazing news and seems to signal that there is growing conficence in those from the Uk who like to holiday there.
We are currently asking round the estate agencies to find out if a similar up turn is occuring in the property market. We will keep you up to date as more comes in.
Expatsradio is preparing for its new service to start later this year. Following internal re-structuring, the negotiations to secure the services of new presenters and editors are underway ready for the re-launch of an expanded schedule. The plans include more opportunities for listeners to engage with others and even make their own programmes. Watch this space for further updates.
Following the re-distribution of Directors’ shares, Expatsradio is going to make major changes to its operations. How this will affect your Expatsradio and what will be on offer are currently under discussion. Rest assured, the team are still here and apart from delivering audio, video, text and images for our main customers, we shall be providing something new and exciting from spring 2014. Keep watching and we will bring you the latest!
September is coming up again. Why do we mention this? Well, it is the time when Expatsradio advertising space comes back up for grabs. If you would like to sponsor an existing strand of programming or suggest a new one to sponsor, please drop us a line via the contact link on every page of the website. Some topics, banners etc. are permanently booked but we'd be happy to quote you for any others.
The team at Expatsradio has been super busy with a range of projects outside the radio station and, as a consequence, we have not been able to keep the blog space up to date. We hope you have enjoyed some of the new materials that have been appearing and that you will keep visiting us. We are adding new members to our group to cover the blog and social media topics we come across but it may be a few weeks before we are set. Have a great summer break!
This week we have a really mixed bag of topics from delicious food to the story of an expat back from the Caribbean. There is also the news that many more expats are coming back to the UK after failing to find the life they had hoped for. Guess what? The faithful travellers cheque we have all used at one time or another seem to be coming to the end of its run. Is it the credit card or do we like to deal with cash? Lots more on EPR for your Bank Holiday weekend.
This is one of those topics that we all try not to think about but which does require planning. We often hear from expats living away from their families who are grieving because they were not in their country of origin when parents died. Listen the the discussion with easyexpat and follow the links to the blog.
It seems we have had the worst of the weather and temperatures are getting better all the time despite reports of snow on the mountains near Coin in Spain! We'd like to celebrate this change with a new show from Jack Snyder. He is heading for Europe for a couple opf months and we'd really like your suggestions for music venues that you think he should visit. Please drop us your suggestions via the contact l;ink on every page of the site.
We're also going to be talink about the protest season in Berlin and of course, we'll have some recipes for you to get the family together.
Expats radio was started at the end of 2005 as a small test website to see if anybody would actually be interested in talking to us or listening to what we had to say. The answer? A resounding yes! Since then through a number of exciting developments and collaborations we have become even better. Read more