Friday, July 03, 2009

Rock to RAG-FM 107.7

Johny of RAG-FM asks us to tell the world about RAG-FM so here we go:

RAG-FM its Top Music Top of the Dial, an LPFM radio station
broadcasting on the westerly airwaves.

Snuggled in the heart of Raglan on the West Coast of the North Island
of New Zealand.

Playing heaps of Country, old, new, revamped and popular Classic Rock.

Do you remember the 60's Surf Music? We do! We play it! You surf it!

Rock'n'Roll, even all those great Oldies we all know and sing along

Specializing in the unique sounds that are home grown New Zealand
Music, Kiwi through and through....where?

107.7 Top of the Dial

A sample of all genres to please the most discerning taste, young and
old alike can rock to RAG-FM 107.7.

Check them out today at!

A pleasure Johny. So world, go Rock to RAG-FM today!

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

SUBFM Surfaces on 88.3 FM

Rebranded SUBFM 88.3 has surfaced in Tauranga.

Based at the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, the station is used by
students studying the certificate in radio broadcasting level 4.

You can hear them now at

Sunday, April 05, 2009

World FM 88.5 Stamps it's Mark

World FM on 88.5 from Tawa, Wellington also recently issued it's own
promotional postage stamp.

I wonder how many other LPFM stations have now done the same. Great
way to get publicity!

Local listeners also get to hear World FM in stereo, and if you want
to tune them globally on-line you'll find them at

World Music - World Radio - World FM Tawa 88.5

Friday, April 03, 2009

Blockhouse Bay Radio Cats

Auckland's Blockhouse Bay Radio 88.3 FM celebrates 4 years on the air
with this issue of postage stamps featuring Panterra, Penny and
Shadow, the coolest cats on radio in the country!

This example was used on mail to Italy. A great way to get
international PR.

Friday, May 30, 2008

Radio Cindy - A Dream Come True!

A dream come true!

Ray Tombs behind the mike at Radio Cindy 107.7 FM, Top of the Dial in

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Sub FM 88.3 Rocks the Bay

From the School of Design & Humanities at the Bay of Plenty
Polytechnic in Tauranga, Sub FM 88.3 broadcasts 100% New Zealand

Pene Montgomery, who co-ordinates the program, says students training
for the Certificate of Radio use the station, which is popular on
campus and across town.

In Tauranga, Sub FM 88.3 Rocks the Bay!

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Rhode Street Radio 88.3

One of the nicest things about LPFM in New Zealand is that a growing
number of schools now have their own radio station.

It introduces kids to many future careers, involves the students,
teachers, parents and their communities, is entertaining, and
frankly, is grass roots radio at it's best, as it brings a new
generation of kids into contact with radio.

Shane Ngatai, principal [and proud of it] of Rhode Street School,
Dinsdale, Hamilton sends us the bright logo of Rhode Street Radio
88.3 FM. Check them out at too.

Shane adds that the station recently featured on TV1 news. Well done!