Oldham Community Radio launches Christmas audio greetings

A borough radio station is encouraging Christmas shoppers to “do something a little different this year” by sending loved ones a personalized audio greeting, saving money and the planet.

Oldham Community Radio, located within Tommyfield Indoor Market, has launched a new initiative to enable Oldham residents to send personalized messages over the air instead of Christmas cards.

Customers can choose to record their personalized message from home or from the comfort of the radio studio and will come with seasonal musical accompaniment and a “generous” thirty-word limit.

It will be broadcast on radio at least twice a day between December 1 and Boxing Day and will also be available online to reach your loved ones wherever they live in the world.

Costing £15, which includes production and broadcast, the station said the audio greeting is a “fraction of the cost” compared to Christmas cards and postage and is “much more personal to hear your voice”.

Businesses can also send customers and customers a message of appreciation for £35.

He added: “It’s guaranteed to bring a warm glow to the recipient rather than the usual well-worn images of robins, hollies or snowmen on a card that might get lost in the post.

“So do something a little different this Christmas that’s better for your wallet, great for the environment and a keepsake that will last long after the cards are gone.”

To order, go to www.oldhamcommunityradio.com and click on the Christmas Greetings link.

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