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Next Media Services to launch Nxt radio station today

Morning breeze programme on Nxt Radio. (Nxt Media PHOTO)

KAMPALA– Next media services group is set to launch a radio station

The group will this Wednesday unveil Nxt Radio 106.1 FM at Mestil Hostel, a new brand to already booming NBS Television, Sanyuka TV and Salaam Television.

The Nxt Radio, according to Next Media services will help the group to reach to the youth and other audiences especially during the morning and evening rush hours.

We started Next Radio to avail the masses with fast pace news, non-stop music, relationship, and celebrity gossip. We’re here to cause a major substantial shift in the landscape of online radio in Uganda,” Next Media Service CEO Kin Kariisa said.

He added that each of Nxt Radio’s programs is distinctive with experienced presenters and that they all make a significant contribution to delivering the Next Media mandate.

“We’re here to create positive vibes through music, every day that a presenter comes to work, they’re solely on the radio to create positive change through music, Kariisa said adding that Next Radio is the first and only digital station in Uganda.

“We want to be the first digital radio of resort where people go for entertainment, and music, but also we want to be a reliable source in a sense that when someone says Kanye West has released a new song, they don’t have to look elsewhere for verification/validation,” he said.

The launch of Nxt radio comes barely a year after the company started an online news website, the Nile Post which also allows their audiences access the online news.


At the moment, Next Media Services have a number of brands including NBS Television, Sanyuka TV, Salaam TV and Nile Post.

The group also owns Next Communications, Cayman consults, Nilecast among others electronic media services.

The group recently unveiled a team to push their new brand to the top. It will include Marcus Kwikiriza, former Spark Live Wire Presenters Zahara Toto and Anatalia Ozzy.

The station, according to reports also unveils new features and episodes as part of the plan to push the brand in the already competitive communications sector.

Other presenters include Karitas Karisimbi who joined NBS from the defunct WBS TV.


“Because we heard y’all needed visual radio and no one was doing it, we did it! #NxtRadioUg brings you Uganda’s first audiovisual experience. We are #TheNextBigThing #NxtMorningZoo,” the radio twitted.

 

 

 

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