How would you like $500 just for listening to local radio and sharing your opinion?
MyRadioStudy.com is hired by broadcasters all around the country to help them find out what listeners really think. This is your chance to engage in an open and honest dialogue with the decision makers at Chicago's leading radio stations, so make your voice heard and get rewarded!
Currently, MyRadioStudy.com is by invitation only. Please click below to request an invitation.
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By participating, you'll be part of a small and very select group representing thousands of other radio listeners just like you. Best of all, you could get rewarded with $500 just for giving your opinion about what you hear on the radio. To get started, we need some basic information. We promise to safeguard your privacy, and we’ll never try to sell you anything. Your honest and unfiltered opinion is what’s important to us.
Since you could be rewarded with a $500 participation fee, we'll need to know how to contact you.
Think about all the stations you spend time with during a typical week. Sometimes you may listen for music, other times for news, talk, weather, sports or traffic. Think about all the times you hear radio, whether the choice of station is yours or not. We want to know about your top 3 choices among all Chicago stations.
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By giving your phone number you will be able to receive text message reminders about your assigned listening time. We'll never send you more than one text message every seven days and when your listening time is done, we'll never text you again. (standard text messaging rates may apply)
Some consumers may have received a personal access code via mail or email. If you did it would look like this:
If you didn't receive a personal access code, that's ok... you can still give your option.