KwaZulu-Natal's top urban radio station, Gagasi FM, is the official radio partner of The FNB Whiskey Live Showroom taking place on 25 and 26 April 2014 at Tsogo Sun's Suncoast Casino, Hotels and Entertainment in Durban.
Issued by Gagasi FM 24 Apr 2014 20:46
Weekends on Good Hope FM have seen some exciting changes with new shows and faces taking to the airwaves. On Friday and Saturday evenings (18:00 - 22:00) listeners can now tune in to the ultimate party experience for four hours of undiluted music and live DJ mixes with legendary club DJ, Dr Jules on his new show 'Dr's in the House'. Another addition to the Good Hope FM team and new to the weekend breakfast slot is EBI who is now presenting the 'Weekend Breakfast Show' on Saturday and Sunday mornings (06:00 - 09:00).
Issued by Good Hope FM 23 Apr 2014 12:33
Join Biz Takeouts Marketing & Media radio show host Warren Harding (@bizWazza) every Thursday from 9am-10am from the 2oceansVibe Radio. This week we chat to GLOO (@GLOOniverse) founder and CEO, Pete Case, as well as Duncan Wares, Executive Creative Director of full-service agency Hg80 (@_Hg80). [twitterfall]
23 Apr 2014 10:28
"If the SABC is to be regarded as the watchdog and disciplinarian, then who disciplines the SABC? Surely the intention of the legislature was to answer this question: the CCC (Complaints and Compliance Committee of ICASA) of course" - Judge Neels Claassen in the South Gauteng High Court on 24/1/2011.
By Ed Herbst 23 Apr 2014 08:10
Last week on the Biz Takeouts Marketing and Media Radio show we chatted to Y&R Cape Town (@YoungRubicamSA) Strategic Planner, DK Badenhorst about a recent article written about the power of brands in the changed mass communication landscape. We find out how mass communication is affecting brands and how brands are affecting consumer's lives.
22 Apr 2014 10:09
For the first democratic election 20 years ago, the African National Congress ensured it would not enter the election period without the SABC - for so long a voice of the ruling party - being put into neutral hands. It understood the power of the national broadcaster as the primary source of news and information for most of the country, and its capacity to distort the national debate and influence voting. Now it appears we are entering an election again with the SABC - or at least key elements of it - captive to a ruling party.
By Anton Harber 22 Apr 2014 08:10
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