April Amnesty is a time when we welcome back into the Triple R fold anyone who didn’t subscribe during Radiothon and welcome new people who haven’t subscribed before.
Should you subscribe anytime during the month of April, you’ll go in the draw to win heaps of awesome prizes – from a swish new bike to a trip for two to Tassie and everything in between, including some tasty organic chocolate.
You’ll also get all the great things that go along with subscribing, no matter when you subscribe:
- the opportunity to attend Triple R subscriber events (including always-groovy Live to Air shows in the station’s Performance Space and preview film screenings at local cinemas);
- the chance to win heaps of on-air prizes (tickets to gigs, movies and more);
- discounts at businesses around town;
- full access to the Triple R audio archives;
- free event promotion via rrr.org.au;
- The Trip mag delivered to your letterbox three times a year;
- the iconic 3RRR FM bumper sticker;
- and the knowledge that you’re helping keep this independent broadcaster on air for another year.
Because Triple R is a non-profit, community media organisation, we rely on listener subscriptions and sponsors to operate. It’s people-powered media, folks – and those people are our volunteers and… you!
If you’re already a proud and paid-up subscriber, then we encourage you to nudge a friend to jump on board and subscribe.
Here’s what one year of subscriber bliss will cost you:
There are three ways to subscribe:
1. Visit the Subscribe section of our website and follow the prompts.
2. Pick up the phone and dial +61 3 9388 1027 and a friendly person (promise, they’re mostly friendly) will pop your details into the system.
3. Pay us a visit at 221 Nicholson St, Brunswick East and do it in person during office hours, which for us are 10am to 6pm Monday to Friday, and 10am to 4pm on Saturdays.
Thanks, folks! We look forward to meeting a whole lotta new subscribers this April. And, in anticipation of your subscription – congrats! You are personally responsible for keeping local independent media alive.