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More FM's Si & Gary Now Broadcasting In To Auckland, Wgtn

More FM's Si & Gary Now Broadcasting In To Auckland, Wellington, Waikato

More Kiwis’ are waking up with Simon Barnett and Gary McCormick as the duo’s top rating breakfast show began broadcasting in Auckland, Wellington and the Waikato on Tuesday.

Christian Boston, network programme director for More FM says "If there are 2 guys that are made for radio it's Simon Barnett and Gary McCormick, and it was really exciting to introduce them to our wider audience yesterday"

More FM Breakfast with Si & Gary is the #1 breakfast show in Christchurch and Nelson and broadcasts in to all markets from 5:30am weekdays.

Auckland 91.8, Wellington 95.3/99.7, Waikato, 92.2, Christchurch 92.1 and Nelson 92.8

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