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iHeartRadio New Zealand Launches NBR Radio Station

iHeartRadio New Zealand Launches NBR Radio Station

4 September 2015 – iHeartRadio New Zealand is pleased to announce it is partnering with the National Business Review (NBR) to add NBR Radio to the platform to continue to grow the depth of it’s content offering across all genres.

NBR Radio offers listeners a dedicated stream of business news, plus in-depth analysis that complements its print and online articles.

Hosted by broadcasters Grant Walker, Andrew Patterson, and Owen Poland, NBR Radio's free stream features interviews, panel discussions and talks with NBR reporters, giving listeners context and the chance to hear what goes on behind-the-scenes.

After recently announcing the addition of Radio New Zealand and Radio Rhema to iHeartRadio, NZME’s Group Strategy and Operations Director, Carolyn Luey is pleased NBR will be joining the iHeartRadio platform.

“NBR's addition further extends the content available on iHeartRadio that is of interest to business owners, professionals and corporates. NBR Radio offers a unique business focused station and is one of a growing number of media businesses to partner and join iHeartRadio.”

NBR publisher, Todd Scott says, “iHeartRadio offers an exciting opportunity to extend the reach of NBR Radio, and make one of our fast-growing services easier to access on mobiles. It's great to have one service that runs seamlessly across iOS and Android smart devices, giving NBR Radio access to iHeartRadio’s 365,000+ registered users on the move.”

iHeartRadio New Zealand has over 365,000 registered users and is a content platform that delivers live stations, digital stations, custom radio and podcasts.

You can find NBR Radio on iHeartRadio New Zealand, simply visit http://www.iheart.com/live/nbr-radio-6965/ or download the iHeartRadio app from your device’s relevant app store.

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