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ZM’s Fletch, Vaughan & Megan Feature in Itunes Best of 2014

ZM’s Fletch, Vaughan & Megan Feature in Itunes Best of 2014

13 DECEMBER 2014 – NMZE. Radio has just learnt that ZM’s Fletch, Vaughan and Megan is officially the most downloaded podcast in New Zealand in 2014 in addition to being selected for Best New Podcast in the ‘iTunes Best of 2014 Awards’.

The iTUNES Best of 2014 is chosen by the iTunes Editorial team and celebrates the year's best music, apps, TV shows, movies, books, and podcasts available from iTunes'.

Fletch, Vaughan and Megan have taken the news in their usual relaxed manner.

“It's a total surprise considering we've only had the podcast online for just over half this year. As the French Renaissance poet Drake once said ‘Started from the bottom now the whole team here.’

For ZM, this award combined with its recent announcement of a new Drive show featuring Jase Hawkins and PJ Harding brings an exciting end to 2014.

“For ZM it’s been an exciting year full of change, innovation and trail blazing. It just goes to show how funny and entertaining Fletch, Vaughan and Megan really are every day - so funny in fact, that we are extending their show till 10am each week day next year! Bring on 2015 it’s going to be a great year,” says ZM Content Director, Sarah Gandy.

ENDS


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