Nothing matters to us more than the people of Dundee and Perth. That's why we want to hear from you FIRST.
Our goal at Wave FM is to be the radio station you turn to first. Whether you listen for local news, to join in on the conversation of the day, or simply to hear to the songs you love most, we want you to be a part of our journey. That's why we're giving you the opportunity to Shape Your Station!
We're inviting you to join our Listeners' Panel: Wave FM First! We want to know what you think about the station - what you love about it, and what we could be doing to improve it!
We've teamed up with RAM (Research & Analysis of Media UK), and created Wave FM First. By joining, you'll have your chance to make your opinions on our content and advertising heard. Every so often, you'll receive a survey about Wave FM. It could be on anything, from our presenters and music choice, all the way to our news and promotions. A few minutes of your time can help make a difference to the station.
But we don't want you to do this for nothing. Penny for your thoughts? We can do better than that! Every time you complete a survey, you’ll be entered into a monthly prize draw to win £50. Plus, if we have any exciting new competitions or promotions coming up, you could be the FIRST to find out about them, and even have your say on how they work!
It takes only a few minutes to sign up, and your involvement will help us shape Wave FM into an even better radio station.
Rest assured we’ll never do anything with your information other than ask for your participation.
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