Carl Joshua Ncube to debut solo show on Breeze FM

Carl Joshua Ncube to debut solo show on Breeze FM
Published: 15 June 2018 (794 Views)
High flying entertainment entrepreneur Carl Joshua Ncube is set for another big milestone after getting his various content ideas to be put into a podcast show called The Victoria Falls Weekend PODCAST being accepted to be broadcast on weekends by BREEZE FM the station Carl Joshua Ncube has been host of the weekdays breakfast show.

This will be the first time Carl will fully run a weekend breakfast program from 6am to 10am on weekends on both terrestrial platforms and also online distribution on iTUNES, Spotify, Youtube, Soundcloud and Facebook LIVE. This development will be very key in taking community radio to a more global audience which Ncube says will connect more with how tourists and visitors consume RADIO content nowadays.

In a statement the comedian who is now also the General Manager of Zambezi House a sponsor of the show highlighted that this relationship with BREEZE FM marks an innovative stance of the direction radio has been taking in the last couple of years in Zimbabwe and this is certainly one of the first ACTUAL PODCASTS to be syndicated to a terrestrial radio platform.

Station manager for Breeze FM Mgcini Moyo said that it was great to see how Carl Joshua Ncube has grown in radio as a presenter since joining the Morning Oa Tunya breakfast show and it was always our hope that he would produce more content ideas for radio for us to connect more with the growing tourism base. Furthermore as a brand ambassador for tourism we at BREEZE FM really see great value in exploring the PODCAST market and Carl Joshua Ncube's ideas really dove tail with where we would like to see BREEZE FM extend its reach.

Listeners can now experience Victoria Falls right from their devices from anywhere in the world and this show on weekends will certainly start to add value to the tourism industry by giving players an opportunity to interact more through the WEEKEND PODCAST and find areas of common value in LIVE events, artist interviews, hotel and restaurant profiles said the station's manager Mgcini Moyo.

The Victoria Falls Weekend PODCAST launches on BREEZE FM and all social media platforms Saturday 30 June and will combine being recorded at BREEZE FM studios and OUTSIDE recordings at ZAMBEZI HOUSE in Victoria Falls

- Agencies

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