9.47 Breakfast legend, Jeremy Mansfield, returns to the airways on the weekend for his first show in nearly four years on XVR (X-Stream Visual Radio) - Ballz Visual radio.
The station is kicking off its nationwide syndication of radio shows and features to radio stations across South Africa.XVR online platform
Mansfield will be doing a once-a-week 2-hour show, featuring many of the features and characters that made him South Africa's leading breakfast show personality for over a decade. He will also be inviting a host of high profile South African and international icons onto his show every week.
The show will be on FM stations across the country at different times on different stations across South Africa, so listeners should check local radio programme listings for details. For those areas whose radio stations have not picked up the show yet, listeners will be able to access the show through the XVR online platform.
XVR also launched a further 26 syndicated radio shows and features in the past week - including live sports syndication as well as packaged features and shows - many of which are created via its three time MTN Radio Award-winning platform Ballz Visual Radio. The features and shows are focused around sports, music, entertainment and business. More big names joining
There are also many personality features and programmes where XVR have signed big names exclusively such as Nick Mallett (rugby); Jake White (rugby); Mark Fish (soccer); Tsidi Bishop & Astrid Ascar (business); Jonathan Kaplan (rugby); Kriya Gangia (business); Kurt Darren (music); Tich Mataz (music) and Hayley Owen (entertainment). They join the existing line-up of stalwarts Darren Scott, Ian F and Sasha Martinengo.
XVR expects to announce the acquisition of two more award-winning big names in the world of broadcasting within the next few weeks ... one who will be joining as CEO of XVR and the other joining the most experienced on-air radio line-up in the country.
For more information, go to www.ballz.co.za