UJ FM 95.4 nominated in the 2019 Liberty Radio Awards

Date: Jan 31, 2019 | News

UJ FM 95.4 has been nominated in the 2019 Liberty Radio Awards that will take place on Saturday, 13 April 2019. The station’s Afternoon Drive Show and its presenter, Kamogelo Mogale, and Best Campus Breakfast Show Presenter, Nick Xplicit as well as Bright Star Inductees, Olivia Mabitsi are nominated.

Since inception, UJFM 95.4 has transformed the on-air programming style and content from a previously rock background to one more reflective of the Joburg and UJ student market and incorporates an eclectic mix of urban contemporary music, with Pan-African thought-provoking content.

UJFM 95.4 prides itself in facilitating thought provoking conversations between the university and society, as well as taking institutional success to the market.

UJFM 95.4 firmly entrenches itself amongst the 4 campuses of UJ, and as the voice of UJ strives to serve as a platform for healthy engagement amongst the community and promote a radio program dedicated to positioning UJ as a 4.0 leader as well as a leading university in Africa.

The Liberty Radio Awards is a credible, well-judged transparent programme that promotes and recognises excellence in radio, with the objective of ensuring that radio remains one of South Africa’s foremost media choices. It’s about rewarding those individuals and organisations who combine talent, hard work and skill to ensure that their listeners are compelled.


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