Inside our first Issue

……..for your community in association with West Hull FM 106.9


In order to reach a wider audience for the West Hull FM brand, we are launching a quarterly publication to support the station, which currently broadcasts to approximately 15,000 listeners throughout the West Hull area.

Our handy A5, full colour magazine will be produced by young adults in the community with support from West Hull FM 106.9, the Humber Learning Consortium and the Goodwin Development Trust and aims to target 13-35 year olds throughout the city. The editorially led, community publication will include hot topic articles, informative and opinion pieces, local views and featured interviews as well as reviews and entertainment PLUS! a guide to What’s On in the city.


1000 printed copies will be distributed at various points throughout the city and available to pick up FOR FREE at colleges, schools, bars, restaurants, as well as a neighbourhood ‘drop off’ to residents in West Hull.

In addition, the magazine will be available online and supported by social media activity and radio coverage.

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Hot Topics [Feature Focus]

Humber Beats [Local Music]

Loud and Proud [LGBT Community]

Blast from the Past [Memory Lane]

Health Issues

What’s On

Interviews and Reviews

Advertising and Sponsorship

As a community organisation, we are completely not for profit. Any revenue secured through sponsorship or advertising is purely to contribute toward costs for running and development of our products in order to continue serving our local community.

Our minimal rates are extremely cost effective and all support is gratefully received.

Special LAUNCH ISSUE rates:-

Prime position [Inside Front Cover & Outside Back Cover]  – full page A5 full colour display advert = £75

Page sponsor = £25 [logo + web address]

All rates are inclusive of print and online coverage on web site and social media page.

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If you would like to find out more about West Hull FM 106.9 or, would like to SPEAK OUT for your community, please email

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