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iHeartRadio Launch Trelise Cooper Radio for Fashion Week

iHeartRadio Launch Trelise Cooper Radio for Fashion Week


New Zealand iconic fashion designer Dame Trelise Cooper has curated her very own radio station Trelise Cooper Radio on The Radio Network’s (TRN’s) iHeartRadio. Trelise Cooper Radio will launch on 25 August to coincide with the start of Fashion Week 2014.

Carolyn Luey, Head of iHeartRadio, is excited to offer another unique and exciting station made for the New Zealand public. iHeartRadio already has 20 million songs, 450,000 artists, and 1500 radio stations… but there is always room for new and exciting content.

“iHeartRadio is thrilled to help Trelise Cooper create her own station full of all her favourite artists and songs. Trelise has an eclectic range of music tastes, so listeners will be treated to a wide range of songs from artists such as Lorde, The Broods and Santigold, just to name a few,” she says.

Trelise Cooper Radio will also play in the Trelise Cooper stores in New Zealand.

“I have an absolute passion for music and to have the music I enjoy listening to playing through my stores is really an extension of myself. I love that I can give my customers an insight into me and my music tastes through Trelise Cooper Radio as well as through the collections I design,” says Cooper.

“We are extremely proud of how New Zealander’s have embraced iHeartRadio. In a little over nine months we have over 200,000 registered users and app downloads who have access to free music and can create their own radio stations just like Trelise,” says Luey.

iHeartRadio’s Trelise Cooper Radio is absolutely free, accessible 24/7 via web and mobile and can be found at http://www.iheart.com/live/Trelise-Cooper-Radio-6638/.

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