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East Coast Radio scoops four prestigious industry awards

East Coast Radio scoops four prestigious industry awards

East Coast Radio has walked away with four awards at this weekend’s prestigious Liberty Radio Awards ceremony in Sandton. East Coast Radio’s Bongani Mtolo has scooped the best Afternoon Drive Presenter (commercial), while Jane Linley-Thomas’ interview with Vanessa Goosen for #GetReal walked away with the best podcast on radio award. The KwaZulu-Natal based radio station was also honoured to receive two Bright Star awards.
Day time producer Simon Carter and the station’s former breakfast producer were recognised in the Bright Star category for making their mark in the industry.
East Coast Radio’s General Manager Boni Mchunu says, “We are proud to have been honoured in a number of categories.  I would like to congratulate Bongani, Jane and Simon for their outstanding achievements. These industry awards are testament to just how dedicated our team is to producing compelling content and great radio.”
The station was nominated in no less than ten nominations, including being short-listed as a nominee for Station of the Year in the commercial category.
 

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