Primedia Broadcasting dominates 2017 Liberty Radio Awards shortlist

Primedia Broadcasting has been shortlisted 25 times for this year’s Liberty Radio Awards.

From traditional radio to multiplatform offerings – including three podcast offerings, and a number of commercial campaigns – as well as world class news, traffic and sports reporting, the shortlist showcases versatile, first-rate content.

Here are the Primedia Broadcastings nominations:

  • Breakfast Presenter (Ryan O'Connor on KFM)

  • Breakfast Show (Breakfast on CapeTalk)

  • Afternoon Drive Show (The John Maytham Show on CapeTalk)

  • Daytime show (The Switch with Carl Wastie on KFM and What's Up at Work (Sechaba G) on KFM)

  • Music Show (The Coca-Cola Top40SA with Rob Vember KFM & 947)

  • Weekend Radio Show (The Coca-Cola Top40SA with Rob Vember on KFM & 947)

  • Business & Finance Show (The Money Show on 702 & CapeTalk)

  • News & Actuality Show (The Midday Report on 702 & CapeTalk)

  • Multichannel Promotion (Samsung Unlock the Box on KFM; #KFMSpurBirthdays)

  • Podcast (History for the Future: TRC Reflections)

  • Promotional Stunt/Event (Huawei KDay Bus and CapeTalk fire relief)

  • Community Project (947 gets Baby Caylum to Boston and CapeTalk fire relief fundraiser)

  • Field news reporter (Thando Khubeka, EWN )

  • News Reader (Tara Penny; Aurelie Kalinga; Masego Rahlaga)

  • Radio documentary (Through The Cracks - The Untold Story of Mbuyisa Makhubu)

  • Radio Innovation (Face to Face with Success)

  • Sports show (EWN Sport on Afternoon Drive on 702 and Sportstalk on CapeTalk and 702)

  • Traffic presenter (Karabo Tjale – EWN)

Click here for the full shortlist of nominations.


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