Radio Continental Is No More
If you have been a fan of radio continental, Lagos, this is a sad news.
Your darling station is no more.
Last week, there were reports that the federal government shut down the station for a breach of some broadcasting laws.
But the management of the company, TVC Communications has denied these claims of government's interference and a clamp down on Radio Continental.
And that instead, “Radio Continental switched seamlessly Saturday night at 10pm to become 102.3 Max Fm, which is aimed at a 15-34-year-old audience and promises to play non-stop hit music for the young people of Lagos.”
“We have radically enhanced the sound quality of our signal, acquired the most advanced music playlist systems available, hired the best on-air and production staff and commissioned a jingle and ID package from one of the best production houses in the world to give Max 102.3 a unique, high quality sound, which we know, listeners and advertisers will love,” said CEO, Andrew Hanlon.
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