Primedia Broadcasting has appointed Mark Jakins to the position of Chief Commercial Officer.
Refresh your memory on our stations and offerings as we kick start 2017
On Monday 3rd April, 947 audiences will find that their favourite radio presenters are hosting different shows. Darren moves to afternoon drive and Anele will take over as the breakfast show host.
Anele Mdoda has taken over the 947 breakfast show from 3rd April and together with a powerful supporting cast and the best playlist to wake up the city, ‘The 947 Breakfast Club’ is open to anyone who wants to join.
KFM has surprised followers with a major line up remix, including the big news that Darren Simpson will be joining the Cape station from 3 July.
Primedia Broadcasting continues to roll out strategic changes to station line ups with new announcements for KFM and 947 this week.
702 is excited to announce that well-known broadcast journalist, Bongani Bingwa will take over afternoon drive from Redi Tlhabi who completed her final show with the station yesterday.
Primedia Group CEO Roger Jardine has announced that CEO of Primedia Broadcasting Terry Volkwyn will be leaving the company on the 30th June 2017, the end of the financial year.
Primedia Broadcasting has announced two key appointments with Kagiso Msimango taking on a new strategic marketing role, and Lucy Diole taking over as Chief Financial Officer.
There are a couple of exciting changes coming to the 947 line-up on weekends.
Daily Maverick is pleased to confirm the addition of another world-class event to the hugely successful "The Gathering" events series.
Primedia Broadcasting partners with Vodacom’s #MegYourDay promotion to offer Vodacom customers data to access to their radio stations and EWN.
Winter brings about more than just cold weather, it’s also the season that’s synonymous with coughs, colds and flu.
702’s Redi Tlhabi has announced her intention to take an exciting new direction in her journey, which means she needs to step off of her daily afternoon drive show on the talk station.
Temperatures are getting lower but Primedia’s audiences are warming up with coffee, and lots of it.