Radio Express To Rep Premiere Shows, Services In Latin America, 13 African Countries
February 5, 2014 at 7:53 AM (PT)
RADIO EXPRESS will market and sell select PREMIERE NETWORKS programming to radio stations in SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA and in 13 African countries, including ETHIOPIA, TANZANIA, MOZAMBIQUE, ANGOLA, MALAWI, ZIMBABWE, MARITIUS, SWAZILAND, IVORY COAST, MADAGASCAR, CAMEROON, NIGER, and SENEGAL.
The deal covers programs including AMERICAN TOP 40 WITH RYAN SEACREST; CASEY KASEM’S AMERICAN TOP 40 – THE 70’S and CASEY KASEM’S AMERICAN TOP 40 – THE 80’S; ON AIR WITH RYAN SEACREST; DIRECT FROM HOLLYWOOD WITH RYAN SEACREST; THE CROOK & CHASE COUNTDOWN; ON WITH MARIO LOPEZ; SIXX SENSE WITH NIKKI SIXX; THE SIDE SHOW COUNTDOWN WITH NIKKI SIXX; TMZ REPORTS; WEEKEND TOP 30 WITH HOLLYWOOD HAMILTON; THE REMIX TOP 30 COUNTDOWN WITH HOLLYWOOD HAMILTON; and WEEKEND TOP 30 WITH RAMIRO.
Also covered will be services BIGCHAMPAGNE; MEDIABASE; RATE THE MUSIC; IMAGING BLUEPRINT (International), and production and imaging libraries and prep products.
PREMIERE Executive Director, International Business Development TANYA JUHASZ said: “I’m excited to work with the team at RADIO EXPRESS, especially given their expertise with LATIN AMERICA and African nations. Partnering with them was a natural choice as we continue to grow the global footprint of PREMIERE’S programs and services.”
RADIO EXPRESS CEO TOM ROUNDS added, “It is a thrill to bring PREMIERE’s quality radio programs and services to our friends at radio stations in LATIN AMERICA and sub-Saharan AFRICA, and to listening audiences in those countries. It's especially exciting to be able to offer the AMERICAN TOP 40 brand, now with RYAN SEACREST, since I introduced the show with CASEY KASEM back in the 1970's. This is a tremendous opportunity for our experienced team of international radio and marketing professionals to take PREMIERE’S unmatched variety and quality of audio programming and services to radio stations in burgeoning countries like MEXICO and BRAZIL, and to developing countries across sub-Saharan AFRICA.”