Your Local Channel 103 Team
The communities we serve: Channel 103 broadcasts to Jersey on 103.7FM, online and DAB+
Our approach to radio: Broadcasting to a potential audience of 92,000 adults across the island, Channel 103 consistently delivers the highest weekly reach and audience share of any radio station in the British Isles. With a playlist from the 90s, 00s, and today’s biggest songs, on-air competitions and essential news and information, Channel 103’s listeners are in radio and its fun, family-orientated feel, Heart’s listeners are still young at heart and enjoy family life to the max.
What is great about the area we serve: Located between England and France, Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands. Known for its beaches, historic castles and cuisine, Jersey blends British and French cultures and is the warmest place in the British Isles. The island benefits from a buoyant economy, dominated by a large financial services industry and enjoys good transport links with the UK, France and Guernsey.
How we help advertising clients: Radio advertising with Channel 103 allows brands to speak to Jersey at key moments across the day whether at home, at work or on the move. Channel 103’s audience is large (with six in ten people in Jersey listening every week) and loyal with each listener tuning in for more than 11 hours each week.
“Channel 103 is a key part of Jersey life, on and off air, attending scores of events every year.”- Channel 103
How we make a difference: Channel 103 is a key part of Jersey life, on and off air, attending scores of events every year. Every December the station broadcasts the Jersey Christmas Appeal Charity Auction which generates more than £50,000 annually for disadvantaged islanders. Charities and events are given free publicity via Island Info on the station’s website.
Our history: Channel 103 began broadcasting in October 1992 before being acquired by the Tindle Group in 1998.
To this day, the station remains a trusted part island life with on and off-air activities to benefit the island.
In 2021 Channel 103 started broadcasting on DAB+ digital radio to all the Channel Islands.