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Radio Programmers Speed Networking Session Wellington


The Music Managers Forum (MMF) will present a speed networking session in Wellington this month for music managers interested in gaining valuable insight into local radio, as well as the opportunity to sit face to face with a line-up of esteemed radio industry personnel.

To become a member of MMF and be a part of this networking session, please go to

A line-up of Radio Programmers from the country's top commercial and student radio stations will be on hand for quick fire one on one interaction and to answer questions about the local broadcasting industry.

This is a very rare opportunity to enjoy an audience with and learn from the programmers who decide what music is played on the radio stations New Zealanders know and love.

The speed networking session will be held at Amora Hotel, Private Dining Room, Mezzanine Floor, 170 Wakefield Street on Tuesday, 14 October from 6pm to 8pm.

The event is open to MMF members only and booking is essential. For more information or to book please email Lorraine Owen and list who you want to talk to in order of preference.


ZM - Matt Anderson
The Rock - Jason Mac

George FM - Ben Hope

Radio Hauraki - David Ridler
Radio Active - Miles Buckingham

The MMF is a national not-for-profit organisation for music managers, self-managed artists and anyone with an interest in becoming a manager. They offer professional development and networking opportunities around the country for people to share and learn from the experience of others, and an avenue through which common problems and areas of concern can be discussed.

The MMF NEW ZEALAND is part of International Music Managers’ Forum (IMMF), a worldwide community of music managers, with active organisations in the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Sweden, Netherlands, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Poland, United States, Australia, South Africa, Belgium, Italy and Ireland.

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