Posted: 28 Oct 2012 11:54 PM PDT
Red FM proves to be a hit with radio listeners.
IT has been proven that Red FM is your best friend who keeps you entertained when you are on your way to work and driving home. This is because the time spent listening to Red FM is the highest among the Top 3 English radio stations targeted at those aged 35 and below.
Survey results released by Nielsen recently showed that Red FM's new programme line-up has managed to amass a loyal base of listeners, who tune in for the exciting content delivered by the announcers.
The Red Breakfast show is the only breakfast segment to have grown among the Top 5 English radio stations. Both the numbers of listeners tuning in and the amount of time listeners stay tuned to the show have gone up. The new Breakfast line-up also marked the return of Lil' Kev to radio.
Listener Preetha Kumar says: "I love listening to the witty comments by Lil' Kev and Sarimah. I'm glad to have Lil' Kev back on air."
Eng Shu Fen comments that "the guests on their show are usually very interesting people, my favourite was Pandelela Rinong, our national hero. "
The amount of time spent listening to The Red Fix has increased as well, and in general, listeners say it's because they enjoy the smart yet funny debates which hosts Terry and Azura have during their show. Julian Timothy says: "The Red Fix offers a good distraction. When I tune in, it's as if I'm transported to a realm of adventure and fun away from the jam I'm stuck in."
Red FM would like to thank its loyal listeners for their feedback and support.
The station will keep on entertaining listeners all day with a combination of music, from the latest to all time favourites and relevant content. Red FM is operated by The Star.
Posted: 28 Oct 2012 11:53 PM PDT
WITHOUT a doubt, modern day living is filled with pressure. Some may have it more than others while some simply know how to deal with it better. Tune in to 988 for some candid interviews and honest sharing that might offer a few pointers on how to de-stress. There are a lot of goodies to be given out to listeners as well.
The Feature (Monday and Tuesday, 9am-10am)
Do you think graduates from both Cambridge and local universities stand an equal chance when applying for jobs? This week, let's find out more about these elite graduates and the pressure they face.
The programme will also highlight what every jobseeker should know about the Malaysian workplace.
Street VIP (Wednesday to Friday, 9am-10am)
Taiwan-based Malaysian songbird Fish Leong is famous for her heartfelt ballads and her latest Mandarin album – Love In Heart – has many such tunes. Know as the Queen Of Love Songs, Leong, who is married to Taiwanese wine merchant Tony Chiu, reveals that her biggest wish now is to have a baby.
Music VIP (Monday to Friday, 2pm)
What could one do when he or she is lonely?
Well, talking to someone is definitely a good start. What about celebrities?
Popular Taiwanese singer-songwriter Kenji Wu Ke Qun talks about his loneliness and how he deals with it. Everyone could use a listener, so let us lend an ear to Wu.
Music Gets Crazy (Monday to Friday, 1pm-4pm)
In Stars Guide this week, Deserts Zhang Xuan reveals why Sodagreen's Wu Qing Feng is her BFF, Malaysian singer Victor Wong Pin Guan tells us how to create and maintain a "white knight" image and Taiwanese indie folk singer-songwriter Crowd Lu Guang Zhong looks back on the car accident that almost killed him some years ago.
The Good Show (Monday to Friday, 5pm-8pm)
Freebies time! Once you hear Datin Ong's cue that the contest is on, send in your reply via SMS to win authentic low fat white coffee.
Also, more all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ buffet feasts offers are up for grabs. Oh, don't we all love freebies!
For more information, log on to 988.com.my. 988 is owned and operated by The Star.
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