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Monday August 4, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
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The Red Rave, helmed by Jeremy Teo, is getting a lot of love from listeners.
TRUE to its name, Red FM’s The Red Rave is red hot among listeners.
According to Nielsen Audience Measurement, Wave 2, 2013, listeners spent about 3 hours and 45 minutes on the mid-morning show, making it the highest time spent for shows from the 10am to 2pm slot.
Host Jeremy Teo said: “I like the interaction on radio. It is never one way. I enjoy communicating with my listeners while establishing the chemistry with them.”
The Red Rave is a four-hour show, where Teo, who has been in the industry for nine years now, engages listeners with news on gadgets, gizmos and apps.
He also keeps listeners entertained with the ad-free zone, where listeners get to tune in to more music than any other hour between 10am and 1pm.
“It is a great four hour of infotainment on your weekdays. You get to tune in to great music that cheers you up for the rest of your day,” he added.
One of the most interesting segments on The Red Rave is the Planet Of The Apps, where Teo talks about the best and latest apps in the market. He shares comprehensive and detailed reviews on apps that are worth downloading.
For more info on The Red Rave, log on to www.red.fm or www.facebook.com/redfm.my.
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