Capital radio dating
In 1986 TDK approached Mike to host the show and were the sponsers of the show, this was possibly a reaction to the fact they were aware that thousands of their cassettes were being used to record the Capital shows.
The show The format of the show was very similar to the Saturday night show on Capital, in that it included a Frontline Chart that the listeners voted for and also Chuck Chill's Juice Report.
The main difference was that this was all squeezed into a one hour weekly slot.
The following excerpt is taken from the Wotupski rap page from Blues & Soul magazine, dated November 1987, it claims National Fresh was gaining an audience of 4 to 5 million, this seems an incredibly high estimate?
Graham Bryce, managing director of Xfm, will extend his responsibilities to include running Choice.
He said: "Our vision is to build Choice into London's leading urban music station, becoming the number one choice for young urban Londoners.
The administrative deadline for the OFT's decision was 22 December 2004.
radio stations are considered enough from quantitative perspective.
n tandem with the Capital show up until the summer of 1987 when the Capital show ended, after this National Fresh continued until early 1988 when the financial crash meant that TDK no longer had the funds to sponsor the show, so that too came to an end.
Many people even comment that there are too many F. But, thinking from the audiences’ side, such comments do not seem correct.
Longer term, we intend to fully exploit the use of digital technology to build Choice nationally into the UK's leading urban music station and the number one urban music brand." If you have an opinion on this or any other issue raised on Brand Republic, join the debate in the Forum here.
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