Radio Heritage Foundation
June 7 2012
RNZI Airs new Radio Heritage Feature
Urban Pacific Radio – Suva, Fiji
Join us from Monday, June 11 2012 to explore the world of breakfast radio on several of the 15 local FM radio stations in Suva on the Mailbox program from Radio New Zealand International.
With a population of some 330,000, the Suva-Nausori corridor is one of the largest urban areas in the Pacific islands.
This is not the Pacific of golden beaches, swaying palm trees and the gentle roar of the distant surf. This is high population density, traffic jams, shopping malls, and 15 radio stations competing for listeners.
You can listen directly via shortwave radio from RNZI in New Zealand, or audio on demand [for the following month] with full details of current broadcast frequencies [both DRM and analog] and times possible for your area as well as audio downloads at www.rnzi.com.
We’ll take you to the home of breakfast radio personalities Allan & Sophie [2day FM], Peceli & Serafina [Gold FM], Koliaci & Apenisa [Bula FM], Apakuki & Luisa [Radio Fiji 1], Ravin [Radio Fiji 2], Ashmita & Jitendra [Mirchi FM] and wonderfully named Epi Work [Mix94]and tell you how you can join them all for breakfast!
English, Fijian and Hindi radio stations, personalities and music, from just a few of the stations in Suva, Fiji.
So join us from Monday, June 11 2012 as we enjoy breakfast with the radio DJ’s from Suva, Fiji on the Mailbox program from Radio New Zealand International [www.rnzi.com].
You can also use our Pacific Asian Listener and Pacific Traveller Radio Guides at our global website www.radioheritage.com. Use our Google Search to find more features about broadcasting in Fiji.
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