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Radio Hauraki reaches the Top

MEDIA RELEASE Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Radio Hauraki reaches the Top

Radio listeners in the Far North can now to tune into classic rock station, Radio Hauraki, one of New Zealand’s top radio brands, Radio Hauraki into the Far North area.

“Until recently, Radio Hauraki had reached only as far as the Bay of Islands on frequency 93.2FM, but after extensive engineering work I’m pleased that we have been able to access a frequency to bring Radio Hauraki to the Far North on 93.6FM,” Murray Madden, The Radio Network’s Northland general manager said today.

“Radio Hauraki boasts a talented on air line up, including Willy de Wit and the Morning Pirates. The threesome entertain with a blend of humour, topicality and a mix of great classic rock. Plus it’s latest weekend evening show hosted by Alice Cooper”.

About The Radio Network (TRN)

The Radio Network operates 113 stations in New Zealand under eight brands – Coast, Radio Hauraki, ZM, Newstalk ZB, Classic Hits, Radio Sport, Viva, and Flava. The Radio Network is jointly owned by Clear Channel Communications and APN News and Media through Australian Radio Network.


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