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DStv Premium subscribers to enjoy DStv Now

Posted by radio On February - 24 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

All DStv Premium customers will now be able to enjoy more than 60 live DStv channels and access to world-class TV shows and movies on-the-go on Catch Up.

 

MultiChoice has extended access to the full DStv Now service to all DStv Premium customers. Previously, this service was only available to DStv Premium customers with active PVRs.

 

The Catch Up library on the DStv Now app turns your smartphone or tablet into a decoder in your pocket. You can watch live TV or stream or download series and movies from DStv Catch Up. Now it’s easy to enjoy DStv originals like The Voice SA and Ons Sprokiesbruilhof.

 

This library also includes the M-Net Movies Collection which offers 1000 movies that are updated weekly. There’s also a DStv Kids section on the app, specifically designed to keep the little ones entertained when you’re away from home, with a handy parental control feature to ensure the kids watch what’s right for them.

 

Premium customers can now stream live sport from the SuperSport channels; perfect for keeping up with live action like Vodacom Super Rugby and the Proteas versus New Zealand.  DStv Now can also be used to access Express from the US shows on M-Net, M-Net Edge and Vuzu AMP including Suits, Quantico, Homeland, Madam Secretary and Vikings which are available within hours of their US broadcast.

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Line-up changes at Power FM

Posted by radio On February - 24 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

As it enters its fourth year of broadcast, Gauteng-based commercial talk radio station, POWER 98.7 will refresh its on-air line up effective 1 March 2017.

 

TT takes over from Lawrence

Thabiso “TT” Tema who has been the host of POWER Drive since its inception will move into POWER Breakfast on weekdays from 06h00 to 09h00. Thabo Mdluli, who joined the station as a music presenter and later moved to the midnight talk show POWER Zone, will take over POWER Drive, weekdays 15h00 to 17h00. Lawrence Tlhabane, who presented the breakfast show will move into a stand-in role.

 

The station officially welcomes Joanne Joseph who will take on the daily Current Affairs show, POWER Update, weekdays between midday and 13h00. Joseph is not new to the station, having stood in for Jeremy Maggs in the past.

 

 

POWER 98.7 has been known for unearthing talent in the radio broadcast medium. This time around, Power 98.7 is proud to introduce Ayabonga Cawe, an economist and renowned commentator on socio-economic developments in South Africa. He joins the station as the new host of POWER Hour, which will now air from 17h00 to 18h00 Monday to Thursday. The station also announced the time channel swap between POWER Hour and POWER Business. Andile Khumalo remains on POWER Business, which will now air from 18h00 to 19h00 every Monday to Thursday.

 

Another new development is the introduction of well-known sport journalist and commentator, Kwena Moabelo who will present POWER Zone, previously hosted by Thabo Mdluli from midnight to 03h00.

 

Enearthing new talent

As part of its line up refreshment, the station is introducing four-hour time slots for its weekend programming. POWER listeners will now wake up to AK Tshabalala who takes on the 06h00 to 10h00 slot on Saturdays and Sundays. The weekend line-up also comes with a host of new and young talent mostly from community radio stations, including AB Da Costa on Fridays and Saturdays from 22h00 to 02h00; Becky Motumo and Mputla Mpya from 02h00 to 06h00 on Saturday and Sunday mornings respectively.

 

 

POWER 98.7 Head of Programing, Ferdinand Mabalane says, “The changes are a reflection of the evolving needs of the station’s growing audience. We welcome the new voices to the station and thank all talent who have contributed to our growth”. Mabalane takes particular pride in the station’s track record of providing a platform to talent who had no previous talk radio experience prior to joining POWER98.7 and have now grown into household talk radio names. These include Iman Rappetti, Aphelele Somi, Andile Khumalo, JJ Tabane, Masechaba Ndlovu and Thabo Mdluli, to mention a few.

 

The rest of the line-up remains the same and is tabled below:

Day Show Slot Presenter
Monday to Friday POWER Breakfast 06h00 – 09h00 Thabiso TT Tema
  POWER Talk 09h00 – 12h00 Iman Rappetti
POWER Update 12h00 – 13h00 Joanne Joseph
POWER Lunch 13h00 – 15h00 Aphelele Somi
POWER Drive 15h00 – 17h00 Thabo Mdluli
Monday to Thursday POWER Hour 17h00 – 18h00 Ayabonga Cawe
POWER Business 18h00 – 19h00 Andile Khumalo
POWER Life 19h00 – 21h00 Masechaba Ndlovu
Sunday to Thursday POWER Perspective 21h00 – 00h00 JJ Tabane
Monday to Friday POWER Zone 00h00 – 03h00 Kwena Moabelo
POWER Up 03h00 – 06h00 Sebenzile Nkambule
Fridays POWER SportExtra 17h00 – 18h00 Thabiso Mosia
Friday POWER Weekend 18h00 – 22h00 Pete Radali
Friday into Saturday POWER Lounge 22h00 – 02h00 AB Da Costa
Saturday POWER Grooves 02h00 – 06h00 Becky Motumo
POWER Weekend Breakfast 06h00 – 10h00 AK Tshabalala
POWER Experience 10h00 – 14h00 Mesia Gumede
POWER Fix 14h00 – 18h00 Pabi Moloi
POWER Weekend 18h00 – 22h00 Mputla Mpya
Saturday into Sunday POWER Lounge 22h00 – 02h00 AB Da Costa
Sunday POWER Grooves 02h00 – 06h00 Mpumi Mlambo
POWER Weekend Breakfast 06h00 – 10h00 AK Tshabalala
POWER Experience 10h00 – 14h00 Mesia Gumede
POWER Fix 14h00 – 18h00 Pabi Moloi
Soul POWER 18h00 – 21h00 Ursula Chikane

 

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Amon & Pearl to host the MMA16

Posted by radio On February - 24 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

METRO FM is pleased to announce its hosts for the 16th edition of the METRO FM Music Awards.  The multi-talented Ms. Pearl Modiadie along with the bigger than life radio legend and personality Mr. Amon Mokoena have been tasked with the huge responsibility to hosting one of the most anticipated awards on the music industry’s calendar.  Ms. Modiadie and Mr. Mokoena host the midday show ‘The Great Escape’ on METRO FM.

 

Ms. Sibongile Mtyali, METRO FM Station Manager stated “For us Pearl and Amon were an obvious choice to host this year’s awards.  Over the two years of them working together, their professionalism, working chemistry and how they resonate well with our audiences, have kept listeners logged onto their show.  We felt that it was important to bring that chemistry on-air, live to our audiences, when the awards are broadcast on SABC 1 on Saturday the 25th of February at 20:00.”

 

Ms. Mtyali further stated “Viewers of the awards can expects elements of what happens on-air on METRO FM to give them a taste of what the station’s bouquet offers.”

 

We encourage the public to watch the awards to see all the amazing acts on stage and their favourite celebrities walking the black carpet.

 

PRESENTERS PROFILES

 

PEARL MODIADIE

 

29 year-old Pearl Modiadie is an accomplished TV and Radio Presenter, Producer and Actress.  With over a decade in the entertainment industry, Pearl has become a formidable force to be reckoned with, reaching millions of households across the country and beyond.

 

Having started her career as a teenager, she has grown in front of her adoring fans and has worn numerous hats as more than just a former kid’s TV Presenter but a successful Radio Personality, a sought-after MC, Actress, TV Producer and seasoned Voiceover Artist.  She has hosted some of the most talked-about events including award shows.  It is certainly not by chance that she has grown to be the remarkable professional that she is, with a decade of experience under her belt.

 

With an infectious laughter, bubbly personality and commendable work ethic, Pearl has proven that working hard relentlessly on your dreams pays off.

 

She is currently the host of METRO FM’s “The Great Escape” alongside Amon Mokoena.  She also hosts the brand new and popular show – Raw Silk; a fashion reality show currently on SABC 1.  She also hosts the number one talk show in the country, Zaziwa – which she also produces and is currently on SABC 1 on Sundays.

 

AMON MOKOENA

 

Amon Mokoena is the driving force and voice behind the energetic midday radio show, “The Great Escape (TGE)” on METRO FM (Mon-Fri 12pm-3pm) as well as “The Chill Factor”, Sundays (12pm-3pm).  Prior to this, his “wicked” sense of humour was waking up South Africa on the station’s Saturday breakfast show, “The AM Rise” (6am to 10am).  A natural born radio talent and public speaker, Amon has done little else since first stepping behind the microphone.  During his career, he’s had the pleasure of being on the airwaves at some of the country’s leading radio stations, such as Motsweding FM, 94.7, Highveld Stereo and 99.2 YFM.

 

Amon is an all-round nice guy, has a genuine joie de vivre and thrives under the pressure of the limelight.  He has a Bachelor of Arts (Communication) degree from the University of the North-West and is fluent in Setswana and English.  He’s also a sought-after MC, professional voice over artist, club DJ and over weekends you’ll find Amon at various gigs countrywide.

 

Catch Amon Mokoena Sunday to Friday 12pm-3pm on METRO FM.

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There’s a certain twilight zone feel about life these days. All of our absolutes are no longer absolute.

 

And just when you think it can’t get any crazier… it does.  The entire Donald  Trump story feels like it was plagiarised from a Ben Elton novel.

 

It doesn’t feel any less crazy in the advertising world. Everything we took as absolute 15 years ago has exploded. There’s a great video doing the rounds in the radio industry of a presentation that marketing guru, Professor Mark Ritson,  gave to the Commercial Radio Conference in Australia in October last year. It’s quite long but it’s well worth a view, not just for radio people, but for anybody in advertising who is trying to make sense of the seismic shifts the industry is experiencing.

(View the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgQHpgUk20c )

 

Ritson points out that 15 years ago you wouldn’t have believed that, worldwide, digital advertising would outstrip all other sectors by 2020 (which all predictions say it will.) Even more unbelievable is the fact that over 50% of all advertising in 2020 will go to to just 2 companies, Facebook and Google. Two companies that virtually nobody had heard of 15 years ago (well, we certainly hadn’t heard of Facebook as it was only founded in 2004.)

 

So, who are the losers going to be? Perceived wisdom says it’s going to be a disaster for traditional media, that it already is a disaster for print and press, while the demise of TV and Radio is inevitable.

 

This is a very plausible prediction, irresistible even, but only if you’re unable to see beyond a narrow definition of media as either traditional or digital.

 

What Ritson does superbly in his presentation is to bust the myth that we can define advertising in such narrow terms. It’s like we have two clear and distinct columns. On one side we have boring and unmeasurable traditional media. On the other we have sexy and measurable digital, and every medium has to fall into one or the other.

 

However, does this categorisation actually make any sense? Ritson makes the point that over 50% of Americans now listen to radio online. So does that make radio a digital medium? By 2020 over 50% of Out Of Home’s (OOH) revenue will come from digital. Does that make OOH a digital medium?

 

Digital giant Amazon’s great new disruptive initiative? They’re building bookstores. Not virtual bookstores but real bookstores made of bricks and glass and stocking real books. So does that make Amazon a traditional business?

 

It’s a nonsensical categorisation. And it’s completely unnecessary. The truth is that all currently ‘traditional’ media will ultimately operate in a digital space. So, for that matter, will every business. Digital is not a medium, it’s the market place. A good marketer understands that digital is the place where we convert the sale. It’s the end of the consumer journey, but not necessarily the beginning. The beginning of that journey is still so often what we know as traditional media.

 

One of the main reasons marketers are shifting to an ‘and’ and not a ‘versus’ approach is that those who have tried a digital-only strategy are beginning to understand that it carries some serious limitations. We know that banners don’t really deliver. Then there’s the fact  that digital audience metrics are not standardised and are certainly less rigorous than those used to measure radio.

 

Did you know that a consumer need only watch 3 seconds of a video (not even full screen) for it to be deemed that they watched the entire video?

Meanwhile, Facebook has admitted to inflating the measurement of video viewing by 80%. Traditional media would simply never get away with being that unaccountable and vague.

 

It seems to me that any product or trend that takes a market by storm tends to go through 3 distinct phases. First off there’s the Revolution phase where literally everybody embraces the new product and nobody can see any of its flaws.  The old order is declared well and truly dead.  Next comes the Reflection phase where the hype calms down and people start to critically analyse the new product. Maybe, just maybe, the old order had some merits. Finally, there’s the Realignment phase where the new product does dominate (because it genuinely is a game changer) but the best bits of the old order are retained.

 

A lot of marketers are firmly in phase one… Revolution. They’ve embraced a ‘digital first’ advertising strategy which basically means putting everything into digital. In his presentation, Ritson argues that this is no strategy at all.  In fact ‘digital first’ has effectively killed strategy for many brands. They’re choosing their media before asking themselves the most fundamental of marketing questions: What’s my target segment? What is my brand position? What is my communication objective?

 

The result is that a lot of big brands are sacrificing awareness for a series of supposed one-on-one engagements. They’re putting the cart before the horse. One-on-one engagements are gold but only if you know you’re talking to the right person and you’re sure they understand who you are and what you stand for. It’s the classic one-night stand as opposed to a meaningful relationship.

 

However, many other marketers have managed to progress to the Reflection phase. They’ve stopped seeing digital and traditional as mutually exclusive categories.  They’ve realised that an ‘and’ approach bears better results than a ‘versus’ approach. That they can have the best of both worlds: awareness and one-on-one engagement.

 

Traditional radio  is far from dead. It still reaches nearly  90% of South Africans. Marketers are beginning to understand and wake up to the fact that radio is incredibly and probably the most genial of all media in that, when you add it to a campaign with absolutely any other medium, it will improve results.

 

 

A study by Michael Gale, a Marketing Consultant in the USA, showed how radio significantly increased digital performance. For the 13 consecutive weeks where radio supported his digital campaign visitors increased by over 20% across organic search, paid search, display and social. This wasn’t a once-off. This pattern repeated itself over numerous radio campaigns.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/can-radio-really-boost-search-performance-michael-gale

 

Gale believes this is due to radio’s ability to create top of mind awareness. “Radio grabs attention, creates interest, and builds desire that supports your digital display, SEO/SEM and social strategy. All these elements together will help generate leads that increase sales.”

 

Taking the ‘And’ approach involves marketers asking themselves a key question:  ‘How do I continue to do the really cool things that digital has allowed me to do, but still achieve the awareness, reach and frequency staples that radio (or other traditional media) is so good at delivering ?’

 

Big brands are starting to get this. The recent Vodacom Instagrannies campaign was all about getting consumers to interact with a digital game on a daily basis. A marketer in the Revolution phase would have ploughed everything into digital media. But Vodacom chose to drive their campaign with a major TV campaign which was then amplified by a highly engaging three-dimensional radio campaign involving content, activations and celebrities.

 

What TV and radio did was to create widespread awareness of and affinity with the Instagrannies. So that when consumers did go online to play the game they already felt a connection to the characters and therefore to the Vodacom brand. This was a meningful relationship with the customer… not a one-night stand.

 

By John Walls

 

Director at Ultimate Media, the leading radio convergence specialist agency in South Africa.

 

www.ultimatemedia.co.za

 

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They are young, black and proud – and they are here to make their presence felt. Say hello to Mzansi’s youth, better known as millennials and Generation Y.

 

This coming April, Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 161) will unveil South Africa’s newest daily series when they introduce viewers to Isithembiso, a youth telenovela that peels off the facade  of innocence to delve into what it means to be young in an era of instant gratification, social media, peer pressure and promises that shape the future of the young.

 

As today’s youth faces more choices and struggles than ever before, Isithembiso explores the theme of “promise”, a word that perfectly encapsulate the hope that comes with being young. There are promises made and broken – promises of a better life, a brighter future, greater life choices… Ultimately, the idealistic filter through which the young look at life is ripped off to reveal that “all that glitters is not always gold”.

 

Brought to you by Bomb Productions, who have been serving Mzansi the nail-biting award-winning soapie Isibaya since 2013, Isithembiso explores themes of Innocence, Seduction, Corruption and Redemption.  It will inform and educate the youth on life choices and the responsibility that comes with freedom.

 

As Born-Frees are rapidly discovering, freedom is not free, and no one is promised a tomorrow.

 

Don’t miss Isithembiso when it premieres on Mzansi Magic, DStv channel 161, in April 2017.

 

 

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Adam Pattison, VP Americas & EMEA for BBM is in the country to attend a series of events aimed at increasing BBM’s profile and presence in South Africa.  Since the launch of its new product model and offering, BBM has identified South Africa and Nigeria as key growth markets forthe brand and Pattison is here to support the major brand outreach that BBM will be launching in 2017.

 

 

 

“South Africa is an important market for BBM and we see massive growth potential in the country.  In 2017 we are making major investments in the South African business in order to address the needs of our3 million monthly active users and to continue to grow the BBM community in South Africa.

 

Our key objective is to create utility for our users, essentially creating an ecosystem of relevant and localised content and services that are housed within our Discover Tab.”

 

BBM will be partnering with a host of content providers and other platforms in order to increasing the offering its key differentiating factors.

 

In addition, BBM also offers unique product features that address the needs of the modern day user, such as the ability to retract messages, create private chats, sending timed messages, money transfers via PayPal, unparalleled privacy through two-way contact authentication, video and voice calling, and sharing location in real time.

 

During his visit to South Africa Adam will be attending the Product of the Year 2017 Innovation Awards where BBM are the headline sponsor, the Mobile Marketing Association Breakfast; Mobile Media in 2017, as well as meeting with key stakeholders and partners.

 

In the next few weeks BBM will be making further announcements in regards to partnerships and projects for this critically important market.

 

Adam joined the BBM team in 2013 as it transitioned into a multiplatform product on iOS, Android and Windows operating systems and is part of the global leadership team that developed BBM into the multi million-dollar advertising business that it is today.

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The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has announced that it will no longer continue with the production of SABC 3 programme ‘Come Dine With Me South Africa’.

 

The SABC has been in negotiations with the rights holder, production house Rapid Blue, to showcase ‘Come Dine With Me South Africa’. However the Corporation was informed by the production company that they have subsequently withdrawn their offer for it to produce the show.

 

The SABC would like to apologise to all South Africans who adhered to the call to action in anticipation that we would be producing the show.

 

The SABC strives to have the best local television formats and will continue to pursue bringing you the best of local premium content. Further announcements of the show’s replacement will follow.

 

 

[Issued by: SABC]

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Metro FM activates MMA16 in style

Posted by radio On February - 22 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

METRO FM BUILDS UP TO THE BIGGEST AWARDS SHOW OF THE YEAR WITH EXCITING ACTIVATIONS!

 

METRO FM, the South African Broadcasting Corporation’s biggest commercial radio station, is gearing up for the most anticipated awards show of the year.

The 16th METRO FM Music Awards, in partnership with the City of Durban (EThekwini Municipality) and the Kwa-Zulu Natal provincial government, will once again take place at the ICC in Durban on Saturday, 25 February 2017. Ticket sales are fast selling out with general tickets going for R750 and Golden Circle selling at R850.

METRO FM in the lead-up to the award will be holding exciting activations to create hype and excitement. These are the following events:

Wednesday 22 February 2017 – METRO FM Music Workshop – Tate’s Kasi Grill

 

The MMA Music Workshop which is free and open to the public, will be taking place at Tate’s Kasi Grill in Clermont, is about awarding music excellence according to the voting public of South Africa, and to empower the next generation of musicians in South Africa, the music workshop seeks to educate up and coming musicians amongst other things about:

  • The business of music
  • Different music organisations (SAMRO, RISA etc.) and how they can benefit them
  • Submissions of music to radio stations & record labels
  • Packaging of music
  • Technicalities of music i.e. sampling
  • Contracts and how they work
  • Longevity in the music industry
  • Taking ones art seriously

 

Last year saw the success of Yung Royalz who were selected as one of the groups that showed potential during the METRO FM Awards workshop with KZN upcoming artists. The group has since been play-listed on stations such as METRO FM, Ukhozi FM and Umhlobo Wenene amongst others. They have released a music video that is on high rotation with MTV Base. They are also on the Top 40/30 on various radio stations including YFM.

 

Friday 24 February 2017 – Pre-Parties 

 

  • 47th Avenue

Strictly by invite, this event will target those who love fashion and the finer things in life.

 

  • Eyadini Experience

 

This activation will target the Kwaito and house music lovers. It will profile Eyadini and Umlazi on radio through promos promoting the event, interviews on the day and television broadcast. Live SABC 1 music programme LIVEAMP, will broadcast live from the venue.

The line-up at Eyadini is as follows:

  1. MoFlava,
  2. Lerato Kganyago
  3. Sphe
  4. Naves
  5. DJ Jawz
  6. DJ Malwela
  7. Lulo Café
  8. Nasty C (Not confirmed)
  9. Naked DJ
  10. Nasty C
  11. Dr Malinga
  12. Professor
  13. Dj Feel
  14. Dj Merlon

 

Doors Open @ 12:00 Until late.

Tickets are @ COMPUTICKET for the public at R100 General Access & R200 VIP.

 

Sunday 26 February 2017

 

MMA16 WRAP UP PARTY

To close off the 16th Metro FM Music Awards weekend soulfully, a wrap-up party will be held at Maxi’s lifestyle in Umlazi. Guests can enjoy the township lifestyle while listening to their favourite tunes with, some of METRO FM DJ’s such as Amon Mokoena, Sentle, Wilson B Nkosi and Nothemba Madumo.

 

Tickets will be sold at the gate and prices are as follows:

 

VVIP          R950.00

VIP            starts from R350.00

General      starts from R150.00

 

LINE –UP: 

Mc’s

Somizi

Oros

Slot

 

Metro FM Dj’s

Glen Lewis

SPHEctacula & DJ Naves

Christos

Shimza

 

Artists                                                               Residents

Durban’s Finest                                                 Mngadi

Babes Wodumo                                                 Twitty

Professor                                                           Dnzwiri

Dr Malinga                                                         Vuuh

Nasty C                                                              Rocksilver

Amanda Black                                                    Lee

Jezel Brothers                                                    Mfistoz

Big Nuz                                                              stera

Kwesta                                                               Nash Mann

Bongs                                                           Smokie & Luso

Cndo

Lvovo

Zakwe

King Sfiso

Junior B

Junior De Rocka

Joocy

Fisherman

 

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Here are your monthly DStv prices, starting from 1 April 2017:

Package Current price Price from 1 April 2017
DStv Premium 759 789
DStv Extra 459 489
DStv Compact 345 365
DStv Family 219 235
DStv Access 99 99
DStv EasyView 29 29

DStv add ons

Service Current price Price from 1 April 2017
Access Fee 85 85
BoxOffice PVR rentals 35 35
DStv Indian 345 360
DStv indian add-on 220 229
DStv Portuguesa 445 465
DStv Portuguesa add-on 220 229

 

Please note the following prices will NOT increase on 1 April 2017:

  • DStv EasyView
  • DStv Access
  • Access Fee
  • BoxOffice rentals
  • Decoder insurance

 

Manage your DStv costs

  1. Make one annual payment and get a month’s free DStv

Pay your full year’s subscription in one payment and get your 12th month absolutely free! Just contact  Call Centre and switch to the annual payment option before 31 March 2017 to take advantage of your current price.

  1. Lock in your price for two years

Sign up for  Price Lock offers and pay fixed fees for the next 24 months. Go to dstv.com/pricelock or SMS “Price Lock” to 35129 .

 

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Liberty Radio Awards entries closed

Posted by radio On February - 17 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

LIBERTY RADIO AWARDS ENTRIES CLOSED, GALA BANQUET BOOKINGS OPEN
After receiving more than 1570 awards submissions from 110 radio stations across South Africa, the entries for the 2017 Liberty Radio awards are now closed.

 

From humble beginnings seven years ago, (receiving less than 200 submissions in its first year), the Radio Awards, now headlined by Liberty, has grown substantially, proving its merit and value in the industry.

 

“We’re thrilled to have attracted such a huge pool of entries from across the entire industry,” says Lance Rothschild, CEO of the Liberty Radio Awards. “The response to the awards has been extremely affirming and shows that the industry is very much in favour of independent, transparent, and credible awards.”

 

“We are just as excited with the huge interest from the industry. We see this initiative as an opportunity for us as Liberty to build partnerships with our communities,” says Sydney Mbhele, Chief Marketing Officer, Liberty Group.

 

“Radio is the most ubiquitous medium, empowering millions of South Africans daily by sharing compelling content and authentic stories. With a 60 year history of empowering the lives of ordinary South Africans and changing their realities, Liberty is looking forward to celebrating excellence alongside an industry that is constantly raising standards for listeners to enjoy more knowledge and understanding, that builds a better society,” adds Mbhele.

 

The Liberty Radio Awards team is currently categorising the entries into packages for the expert panel of adjudicators, who will commence with their review on 13 February 2017. Adjudication will end on Friday 10 March 2017, following which the results will be audited, with finalists being announced at a Gala Banquet at the Sandton Convention Centre on Saturday, 22 April 2017.

 

To book your ticket to the Liberty Radio Awards Gala Banquet, click here

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