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The Hits Launches into Coromandel

The Hits Launches into Coromandel


17 November 2017 – NZME are launching The Hits into the Coromandel on 1 December, just in time for summer road trips and lazy beach days.

The Hits boasts a superstar line-up featuring some of the country’s best broadcasting talent, with Sarah, Sam and Toni at breakfast and Stace and Flynny on the afternoon drive show.

Todd Campbell, Content Director for The Hits is excited to bring the station to the Coromandel just in time for a classic kiwi summer. “We’re sure listeners will love tuning in to our fantastic line-up of presenters and the biggest hits from the 90s til now around the BBQ this summer”.

The Hits will be available on 100.3FM in Pauanui, Tairua and Whangamata, 107.1FM in Thames and 106.9FM in Whitianga.

Greg Murphy, General Manager – Bay of Plenty said the new frequencies will add variety for listeners and advertisers alike. “Local companies will now be able to reach listeners all over the Coromandel, throughout the day.”

Visit The Hits website to keep up to date with the latest competitions, entertainment news and interviews.


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