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CHR Syndicated Shows

By Michael Robinson
Posted 8 April 2017, 1.48pm edt
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I'm currently looking for some new syndicated shows for a Friday/Saturday night on our radio station. We currently take Ear Candy with Chris Brooks on a Saturday night which sounds fantastic and are ideally seeking something similar for a Friday night.

Most of the shows I have been looking into so far are quite specialist but we are really seeking something very mainstream (90s/00s/Now 'in the mix' type show) and would be prepared to pay for a show if required.

Just wondering whether anyone had any suggestions for decent shows we could have a look at?

Comments

6 months, 2 weeks ago

The Emperor Rosko is on a number of stations in the UK and around the world with his weekly show from L A. Not expensive. Wide range of music.

6 months, 2 weeks ago

All The Hits with Pat Sharp is on various stations too and is exactly what you're looking for (90s, 00s and now). Check Blue Revolution's website www.bluerevolution.com

Shouldn't be too expensive.

6 months, 2 weeks ago

Hi there. I have a radio show called The Sound Lab that promotes brand new music (which are likely to make it to playlists) and some that'll be big in the future. Recent plays have included Kaiser Cheifs, Kasabian and this week includes London Grammar and The Moonlandingz which are on BBC A to C lists currently. If you're interested in the 1 hour weekly show that also contains an interview then please email me at jim@thesoundlabuk.co.uk and we can discuss further. Cheers. Jim

6 months, 1 week ago

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We would like to offer this show to your radio station on a free basis. All we ask is that you air it in its entirety including a sponsorship tag. This is currently sponsored by TOAST Promotional Products which is a sister business of emoviebox. We are of course willing to discuss alternative methods of supply if you can find a local sponsor to pick up the cost.

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