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Primedia Broadcasting nominated for 23 awards in the annual Liberty Radio Awards

Primedia Broadcasting has received 23 nominations in the annual Liberty Radio Awards, including Afternoon Drive Presenter for Kfm 94.5's Karl Wastie and Darren "Whackhead" Simpson for Best Breakfast Show also on Kfm.
The Breakfast Club on 947 received two nods for Breakfast Show and Content Producer.

The Money Show with Bruce Whitfield, on CapeTalk and 702, once again received a nomination in the category for Business and Finance Show.

“We are impressed with the amount of nominations we have received as a group. Not only have we succeeded on creating great content when it comes to programming but the judges noticed the work being put in by EWN as well. Kfm’s excellent performance is testament to their positioning as Cape Town’s number 1 music radio station,” said Eric D’Oliveira, CEO of Primedia Broadcasting.

Primedia Broadcasting’s list of nominations are as follows:

Afternoon Drive Presenter
Kfm 94.5 - Carl Wastie

Afternoon Drive Show
Kfm 94.5 – The Kfm Flash Drive with Carl Wastie

Breakfast Show Presenter
Kfm 94.5 – Darren “Whackhead” Simpson

Breakfast Show
947 – The Breakfast Club

Business and Finance Show
702 and CapeTalk – The Money Show with Bruce Whitfield

Community Project
Kfm 94.5 – The Cape’s Biggest Baby Shower
947 – Baby Hannah
947 – Black Panther Initiative

Content Producer
947 Breakfast Club – Khetha Mkhize

Daytime Show
CapeTalk – Lunch with Pippa Hudson

Field News Reporter
EWN – Katleho Sekhoto
EWN – Ahmed Kajee

Multi-Channel Promotion
Kfm 94.5 - #KfmLovesKaapstadSummerCampaign
Kfm 94.5 - Beat the Bomb

Music Show
Kfm 94.5 – The Coca-Cola Top 40SA with Carl Wastie

New Bulletin Reader
Kfm 94.5 – Chanel September
702 – Tara Penny

Nightime Show
947 – Nightime with Zweli and Mantsoe
CapeTalk – Late Nights with Sarah-Jayne King

Radio Innovation
Kfm 94.5 - #KfmLovesKaapstadSummerCampaign

Traffic Presenter
Kfm 94.5 - Zoe Brown

Station Imaging

According to a statement issued by the The Liberty Radio Award, It aims to motivate and inspire the radio industry to set increasingly high standards and to develop programming that will keep listeners compelled, entertained, informed and advised. By focusing on quality, the industry will ensure its prominence and success well into the future.

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