'The Deuce Radio Show' Adds Three FM Stations In New Zealand
July 1, 2015 at 11:52 AM (PT)
THE DEUCE RADIO SHOW has added three FM radio stations in NEW ZEALAND to the 23 already carrying the show; with AKAROA FM, M.A.D FM and FM TE ANU its three newest affiliates.
AKAROA FM was set up as a low power tourist information radio broadcasting on on public frequencies some years ago. Station manager and owner DAVE EDWARDS applied for and acquired licensed frequencies for the station, which now broadcasts on 90.3 and 90.1.1 MHZ allowing it to cover a large geographical area, not to mention worldwide over the Internet via STATIONPLAYLIST. They will be carrying THE DEUCE RADIO SHOW every SUNDAY at 8p local time and on their website, www.akaroaradio.co.nz.
M.A.D FM broadcasts live from WEST AUCKLAND, where THE DEUCE RADIO SHOW airs every THURSDAY from 8p (NEW ZEALAND time) or visit www.madfm.co.nz.
FM TE ANU broadcasts on the 88.3 FM frequency, where THE DEUCE RADIO SHOW airs every THURSDAY at 3:45p (NEW ZEALAND time) or at www.fmteanau.mysite.com.
THE DEUCE RADIO SHOW is a weekly broadcast featuring bands and artists promoted by DEUCE and presented by MATT BARKER, broadcast on 26 radio stations worldwide, including the UK, U.S., ITALY, AUSTRALIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN and NEW ZEALAND, eight of them on FM.