According to an April survey conducted of Primedia Broadcasting radio listeners, the vast majority were satisfied that the Presidency and national government were effectively addressing the Covid-19 threat in South Africa.
Primedia Broadcasting presenters are making the best out of a crisis!
Radio, globally, is stronger than ever! Primedia Broadcasting has seen a dramatic increase in online listenership through Audio Streaming and Podcasts. Here's why that matters to you!
Primedia Broadcasting, the operating company for four of South Africa’s premier radio stations, 702, 947, CapeTalk, Kfm and news organisation Eyewitness News (EWN), has scooped nine 2020 The South African Radio Awards.
The Cape’s biggest commercial music radio station Kfm 94.5 received six awards at the 2020 The South African Radio Awards.
As South Africa passes the halfway mark of the current lockdown period our Mother City-based station, CapeTalk, has intensified efforts to make sure we are providing you with the most relevant, practical and important information related to Covid-19.
2020 has been dubbed ‘The Year of Sonic’, not just because a certain blue hedgehog is staging a comeback, but as a reminder that audio is bigger than ever.
In solidarity of with the NAB, the four Primedia Broadcasting radio stations will connect listeners across the country as they broadcast the anthem at 13h00 ever Friday during the lockdown.
In response to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s declaration of the Covid-19 outbreak as a national disaster on Sunday evening, Primedia Broadcasting is reviewing all planned annual events across its brands, with most suspended until further notice.