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Alpha 96.1fm hits the airwaves

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For immediate release (Monday 20th April 2009)

Alpha 96.1fm hits the airwaves.

Christchurch’s latest radio station Alpha 96.1fm launches at noon today.

Students from the New Zealand Broadcasting School have been hard at work to come up with a station which is fresh, innovative and exactly what Christchurch needs.

“We’ve come up with an exciting mix of reggae, soft rock, alternative and dance rap, mixed up with interesting and entertaining material about the latest gadgets, newest internet crazes, culture guides and much, much more. There are so many artists who don’t get radio airplay even though their live gigs sell out in a flash. So we’re going to give them to you on Alpha 96.1fm,” says Holly Belcher the promotions manager.

You are also invited to our launch party on Saturday 25th April at Sol Square starting at 3pm. There will be great Christchurch Bands including the Dukes and lots of fun and entertainment.

We’ve also got some exciting new promotional ideas so stay tuned to Alpha 96.1fm.

ENDS

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