Congratulations to our own Stu Frith as he and Victoria Gaither have been interviewed by the National press Club in Washington, DC about International Connection. Stu and American journalist, Victoria Gaither have been interviewed by Adam Konowe for the Press Club’s Update-1 radio podcast. Stu and Victoria Will got a chance to talk about International Connection, a news show that focuses on global news and connections between America and New Zealand. You’ll be able to listen soon. We’ll post the link when its ready
Listen in to Stu and Victoria via our live link
New Zealand – 9.00 amWednesday And U.S.A – 5.00pm Tuesday
New Zealand – 9.00am Friday And U.S.A – 4.00pm Thursday
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“SeaBreeze 88.00 FM”
SeaBreeze 88.00 FM New Zealand, has just celebrated 10 years of radio service to the Himatangi Beach community. To celebrate, we are threw a party on February 22nd for all our past and present DJ’s and our radio friends.So let’s catch you up-to-date on what’s happening at your community station in Himatangi Beach, New Zealand.
We are broadcasting live from a new studio, better equipment, streaming live around the world on the internet, and adding new faces and talent to our line-up.
The talented Sue Dyson from Auckland, New Zealand will join our DJ staff. She is an amazing vocalist and will bring a unique style to our air ways.
Plus, we crossed the ocean to bring aboard Emmy award winning broadcast journalist, Victoria Gaither from the Washington DC area to talk news and entertainment from America.
Everyone present heard about Journalist Victoria Gaither and Sue Dyson as we launched them into SeaBreeze FM on February 22nd. In fact, Victoria was with us via Skype on the night of the party
For more information contact -
Stu Frith at email@example.com
by landline at 06 329 9840 or cell phone 02 742 13799
More About SeaBeezeFM
SeaBreeze 88.00 FM is situated at Himatangi Beach on the West coast of the North Island 38 kms west of Palmerston North, New Zealand, which is the hub of Manawatu.
Palmerston North, as the host to Massey University, Teachers Training College, The International Pacific College and UCOL, is known as the city of knowledge.
Himatangi Beach is our paradise, a dark sand ever changing coast line which is scattered with drift wood – making it the greatest for bonfires in the evenings.
SeaBreeze is community radio and is privately owned by Ally and Stu Frith.
Fabulous support from announcers, office personnel to technicians keep SeaBreeze on air. No rap or opera is played otherwise it is a great open format of music being played on SeaBreeze.