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SINGAPORE – Chat Chat Media Pte Ltd will be launching a Singapore internet radio known as The Live Radio after more than one year of testing and preparation. It is a radio devoted to the Top 40/Pop music from 18 Jan 2014onwards. The radio will be available from Monday to Saturday, 7am till 10pm.
The Live Radio will opening up the first local talents programme in the Singapore internet radio to encourage and allow local talents of any type to showcase and perform on-air. This programme will go live starting from 3rd February 2014,Monday to Friday 4pm – 7pm.
The station will also constantly be inviting new youth to join The Live Radio as they give opportunity to local citizen as young as 16 to learn and experience the Singapore radio industry. A total of 10 resident deejays will be on board to present the shows; including Gibryon, who previously is a formal presenter from SPH Radio’s Hot FM 91.3.
The Live Radio is also proud to have the youngest director and founder of the station, Lin Junhong, at the age of 19 this year, from setting up a radio studio to building the station’s show quality.
Those who would like to tune in to the station can access the website at:
www.TheLiveRadio.sg

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