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iHub Radio, the all-digital news, talk and entertainment radio station that exclusively serves the Coachella Valley region with an around-the-clock schedule of locally-produced and hosted current events and lifestyle-oriented content has announced that the broadcast service will be offering 100-percent of its advertising inventory at no charge to Coachella Valley-based businesses doing their best to operate and remain viable in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis through at least the end of May.


The service is available to listeners from iHubRadio.com and on the TuneIn app by searching for i Hub Radio in Palm Springs and is heard by more than 40,000 unique listeners with over 300,000 weekly listening sessions. Programs include a recurring variety of shows each weekday that include Coachella Valley Live! hosted by the station’s founder John McMullen, and Kevin Gillette. The show is broadcast from 9 am to 12 noon and replays during this crisis period from 3 to 6 pm. Local leaders, businesspeople and newsmakers are frequently featured on this program. The weekend line-up includes programs on economic development, food and spirits, arts and entertainment, automobiles, healthcare, fitness, cannabis, politics, local government, addiction recovery, and much more. Many of the weekend programs also air throughout the course of the week with the other daily topical programs, including Time To Prosper, a weekly one-hour forum for business owners and managers hosted by Joe Wallace and Laura James with CVEP.


Any business interested in taking advantage of the free advertising offer from iHub Radio, should contact John McMullen at (760) 676-0100, ext. 210, or Jeff Hocker at (760) 676-0100, ext. 206. The station is offering packages of at least 25 units of advertising weekly on a first-come basis until all inventory has been pledged.


iHub Radio is based at the Palm Springs iHub Accelerator campus operated by the Coachella Valley Economic Partnership and has been in operation since May 1, 2018.