Guess Martin Bester and Tumi Morake’s secret sound and win R100K Submission Details
About Jacaranda FM
Jacaranda FM is the biggest Independent radio station in Gauteng. Recently awarded Best Commercial Radio Station of the Year (2015) in the Liberty Radio Awards, Jacaranda FM boasts an exclusive listenership of 41% of its listening population.
Proud winner of the Best Breakfast Show, Best Night Time Radio Show, and Best Afternoon Drive presenter at the South African Radio Awards in 2017, Jacaranda FM continued to deliver on its commitment to provide listeners with world-class entertainment. Earlier this year the station launched a brand-new value proposition – “More Music You Love” – which promises to uphold the station’s commitment to playing more music than any other radio station, and providing an array of musical entertainment through concerts, sporting and social events.
Jacaranda FM avidly supports sustainable responsibility initiatives, focused particularly on education and building a better society.
Ogilvy Public Relations
Senior Account Manager
Issued on behalf of:
Marketing Manager, Jacaranda FM
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