A big thank you
TODAY’s Best Music just got better as Red FM is now the fastest growing English language radio station.
Based on the latest survey results of the Radio Audience Measurement 2010 released by Nielsen, the station’s listenership has more than doubled since 2008.
This is reflected in the stunning growth of its breakfast, drive and evening shows as they recorded the highest year-on-year growth within their timebelt.
JD, co-host of the Red FM’s Morning Breakfast Show With JD And Dilly (Mondays to Fridays, 6am-10am), says: “It’s an amazing result and I just want to thank all our listeners for tuning in.
“We always have a blast hosting this show and our passion for it is mainly due to our listeners’ enthusiasm.”
Dilly adds: “We could not have achieved this result without all of you. It’s wonderful to be able to bring entertainment to people. We loved doing the show as much as you loved listening to us.”
Terry from Red FM’s Drive (Mondays to Fridays, 3pm-7pm), says: “I just can’t say thank you enough as you took us to where we are today.
“We’ve had amazing responses from listeners to our contests and events. We will keep bringing you more great music and entertainment on air.”
Red FM continues to bring thrilling events to listeners with a “RED” party next Tuesday (Oct 12) at Ecoba, PJ Trade Centre, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Red FM and GSC are hosting the party in conjunction with the release of the movie Red starring Bruce Willis and Morgan Freeman.
You can pick up preview passes to the movie at the party and stand a chance to win Air Asia X tickets and Austin Chase vouchers as well as Jennifer Lopez and Davidoff perfumes.
Today is the final day to win tickets to the party, so come along and join in the fun. Log on to www.redfm.com for more contest details.
Stay tuned as Red FM continues to bring you Today’s Best Music from the 80s, 90s, Noughties and current hit songs. Become a member of the Red FM (Malaysia) Facebook, and follow us on Twitter (@iloveredfm).
Red FM is owned and operated by The Star. n RedFMstationfrequencies: Taiping, Kedah, Perlis and Pulau Langkawi: 98.1FM; George Town and Seberang Prai: 107.6 FM; Ipoh: 106.4FM; Klang Valley, Negri Sembilan and Tapah: 104.9FM; Kuantan: 91.6 FM; Batu Pahat and Malacca: 98.9FM; Johor Baru and Singapore: 92.8FM.