WNC Television Advertising Opportunities

WNC Television is making television advertising affordable for everyone. If you already have an ad share it with more people in Western North Carolina on our television network (currently in Haywood, Jackson, and Macon counties). Inform more people about your business and products, draw more traffic to your website, and expect your business to grow. Turn new viewers into customers with WNC Television’s unique distribution platform. Don’t have an ad, no problem, WNC Television’s talented and professional staff can produce ads for your business or products that are affordable, engaging and, as an added value, can be used on your website or social media accounts!

Long Form Program Advertising

WNC Television's long-form advertising is a unique advertising option in Western North Carolina.  This advertising opportunity allows you to showcase your business, ideas, personalities, and talents on cable television in 30-minute and even hour-long programs. Perfect for churches, business, and individuals.

15/30/60 Second Commercials

This advertising option allows an advertiser to promote their company, service or product utilizing a traditional TV ad format. Our clients who find the most success with their ads allow our producers to showcase their local business and staff on-site. Not only does this allow our viewers to get to know you and your products it also acquaints them with your business location.

TV Business Card

This advertising option allows an advertiser to promote their company name, service or product, mission statement or slogan, phone/fax numbers, physical address, email address, QR code, website, company logo, premium production music or jingle, (1) business or (1) product photo and custom voiceover.

Reach New Customers

Contact your WNC Television account representative today to join our growing family of advertisers. WNC Television provides a unique outlet for advertising that fits within your budget and allows you to introduce your company, products, and employees to Western North Carolina.