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NZME launch new Gisborne radio station – Flava on 106.1 FM

NZME launch new Gisborne radio station – Flava on 106.1 FM

24 August 2015 – New Zealand Media and Entertainment (NZME) Radio is pleased to announce its leading Hip Hop and RnB brand Flava is hitting Gisborne airwaves from Monday, 31st August on 106.1 FM.

Flava is the home of the Full Phat Breakfast with Dave Fane, Pete ‘da Palagi’ Marsden and Tarsh Ieremia, The SnP Show featuring Sela Alo and Shortland Street star Pua Magasiva and the official radio partner of the Vodafone Warriors.

On Flava 106.1 you’ll hear the freshest Hip Hop and RnB from New Zealand and abroad, classic old school jams and exclusive interviews from superstars like Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Drake, Kendrik Lamar, Fetty Wap, Rita Ora, The Weeknd, Meek Mill and more.

Flava Content Director and Drivetime Host, Hayden Hare says, “The team is rapt to be launching Flava in Gizzy and offer premium on-air and online content. We know East Coasters love their Hip Hop and RnB, Flava 106.1 will be Gizzy's new home for Real Hip Hop and R&B — it’s what listeners have been waiting for.”


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