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Charlotte Ryan Moves To Drive Time On Kiwi FM

21 December 2012

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Charlotte Ryan Moves To Drive Time On Kiwi FM

Kiwi FM today announced the appointment of Charlotte Ryan as their Drive announcer. A former bFM daytime announcer, Ryan will host the afternoon show on Kiwi FM as well as a selection of specialist NZ On Air funded shows from early in the New Year.

Over the past four years Ryan has become one of alternative radio’s most listened to personalities with her Morning Glory show on 95bFM. In 2012 she won the Metro Award for 'Best Friend in Radio'.

Kiwi FM Programme Director Tim Homer is excited to have Ryan join his team, “I'm really stoked to have Charlotte as part of the Kiwi FM family. She’s well respected within the music industry and that coupled with her music knowledge and passion will be valuable to Kiwi FM.”

Kiwi FM plays the most New Zealand music of any radio station in the country with a 60% Kiwi and 40% international music mix.

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MediaWorks NZ Limited (website: www.mediaworks.co.nz) is New Zealand’s leading private sector broadcast and online media company. Through its specialist divisions – MediaWorks TV, MediaWorks Radio and MediaWorks Interactive, it owns and operates the TV3 and FOUR television networks, national radio brands The Edge, The Rock, MORE FM, Kiwi FM, RadioLIVE, LiveSPORT, The Sound, The Breeze, George FM and Mai FM, plus several local radio stations, and a family of websites.

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