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Paul Flynn Joining More Fm Drive in 2019


29/10/18

MediaWorks is pleased to announce that Paul Flynn (Flynny) will be joining More FM Drive, New Zealand’s number one drive show, from July 2019. Paul will be joining hosts Jason Gunn and Jay-Jay Feeney in an exciting move for the network.

Paul has forged an exceptional career in broadcasting with close to 20 years experience and MediaWorks is very excited to welcome him to the team.

Leon Wratt, MediaWorks Group Content Director Radio says, "Paul is a terrific broadcaster and I’ve had my eye on getting him across to MediaWorks for some time. I can’t wait to have him join our More FM crew.”

Of the move, Paul says, “I’m absolutely stoked to be joining More FM in 2019 and am looking forward to taking up the mic on New Zealand’s number one Drive show. Bring it on!"

In the latest GfK survey results released September 2018, More FM remained New Zealand’s number one music station with an 8.8% share and overall listenership of 586,700. More FM Drive is New Zealand’s number one drive show, delivering the highest share across all MediaWorks stations with 9.2%.

More FM Drive with Jase and Jay-Jay is available weekdays from 3-7pm. Find your local frequency here. Further details regarding the new drive show will be released in 2019.

-ENDS-

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