Free advertising with Channel Telegraph

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community marketplace

Yes that’s right. Free adverts – and its easy to get your free advert.

You can advertise your product, business, service, group, organisation or event. Advertise employment opportunities – short or long term. We welcome advertisements from those living and working in and around the Channel and Huon regions. However if you are a Tasmanian business that serves and/or delivers to the Channel and Huon regions – well, we would love to hear from you.

It’s easy to do. First register with the Channel Telegraph by contacting us via the Contact Us page – and we will add you to the Marketplace.

Simply tell us what you offering, add some text – up to 100 words that best describes what you are offering. You can also upload a picture, add you email and, if you have one, your website address.

Once approved we will attach you advertisement to appropriate categories and it will appear on the website. All we ask in return is for you let us know if you want to change or remove your advert – and to spread the word about our Community Marketplace!

So get your free advert today and let the community know what you can do for them – and what they can do for you!

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Phil Wood - Chief Telegraphist
I'm Chief Telegraphist here at Channel Telegraph. A denizen of southern Tasmania’s D'Entrecasteaux Channel region for over 25 years now, and I couldn't imagine living anywhere else; hence the moniker, Channel Telegraph. Central to my career to date has been communicating with, and within communities. Over many years I have helped a diverse array of people and organisations tell their stories, share their ideas and deliver their messages through an always evolving network of communication channels. Channel Telegraph is my fledgling project aimed at providing my community here – and beyond - with an online platform to share and promote their skills, products and services with others in their community. I also want this online space to help start important conversations, foster the sharing of thoughts, ideas and concepts - and encouraging creativity. I want to kindle Channel Telegraph readers' interest in adding their voices to these pages, in informing, educating and entertaining our communities. An informed community is a stronger, and ultimately a safer community.