CMB Techsurvey3: You Can’t Afford to NOT Participate!

What if you had a way of knowing exactly how your listeners are connecting with Christian music radio? What would you do with information that told you how YOUR LISTENERS are engaging with YOUR STATION?

The Techsurvey3 can help you do just that!

CMB has once again partnered with Jacobs Media to better equip your station to make more of an impact in your listening area. Past participating stations have used the information gathered to their advantage and seen growth in many areas.

Yes, there is a small cost associated with this study, but the return on your investment is priceless! Your ratings don’t paint the entire picture. Let CMB and Jacobs Media fill in the places that your numbers might be missing.




Cost for non-members:
Large Markets (1-40)  •  $750
Small Markets (41+)  •  $650
Cost for CMB members:
Large Markets (1-40)  •  $500
Small Markets (41+)  •  $400


*Networks will be priced on an individual basis.

Survey participants will receive: local market data, total survey data, format data, and station’s media usage pyramid. A participants-only webinar will outline key findings once the results have been compiled.

TIME IS RUNNING OUT! The survey begins soon! If you would like to better connect with your P1s, click here.


CMB Support Contact INFO:

CMB Executive Director, Michelle Younkman
CMB Event Manager, Brittany Whatley
CMB Communications / Member Services Manager, Mimi Renew
CMB MultiMedia Manager, Jessica Arrendell

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