94.3 Radio One, the radio brand owned by Next Radio Ltd, a subsidiary of Next Mediaworks Ltd, has completed a decade and is all set to celebrate it in style. The celebrations to mark the milestone will start from September 4 and go on till January 2018.
As part of the celebration, there will be special new programming on air with Kabir Bedi who will highlight the best things that have happened in the world in the last 10 years. There will be many Indian and international star bytes on air, ranging from Jamie Foxx, Rita Ora, Diana King to Indian greats such as Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan, Anushka Sharma, Arjun Rampal and Ayushman Khurana among others.
The radio station will also commemorate 10 years of the international hit song ‘Too late to apologise” by the global band One Republic. Ryan Tedder, the front man of the famous band, is endorsing an event where 94.3 Radio One will be inviting kids to the radio station to play their version of this song.
To drive the digital campaign for the 10-year celebration, a special song called ‘Thank you for the 10 on 10 feeling’ has been created by The Radio One Band. It can be seen at:
Speaking about the company completing 10 years, Vineet Singh Hukmani, MD & CEO Next Radio Ltd ( 94.3 Radio One), said, “It is truly a momentous time for our company and me personally as I complete 10 years with Radio One too in September 2017. I am thrilled and proud to be part of such a driven and innovative team which has ensured that we have been, are and will be India’s most differentiated radio network. I would like to personally thank our upscale listeners who we affectionately call ‘International Indians’ for inspiring us to create engaging content around their passion points. I thank our fabulous advertisers for allowing us to create memorable firsts for them and treating us as a ‘precision targeted engagement leader’. I would also like to thank our shareholders for their faith in the ‘truly differentiated’ business strategy that we have always followed and we look forward to launching new initiatives on air and in the digital space soon to expand the Radio One brand influence into the digital era.”