Media General’s Connect FM has been ranked the number one radio station in the Western Region.
This is according to the latest report by IPOSOS , the global leaders in market research and television audience share measurement and known for delivering reliable information.
The report says the Pipe Ano-based radio station continue its leadership in radio broadcasting in the Western Region with an average share of 21.99 with the closest having a share of 5.19.
And according to the management of the station, though they acknowledge the achievement, as a station, they do not take for granted the enormous support from its listeners and clients.
“Though we acknowledge this achievement, we do not take for granted the support we have enjoyed from our cherish listeners and Clients. Connect 97.1FM is still committed to serving our listeners with the best of on-air content that bothers and solves community challenges, events the brings the best in the Region and to our Clients, Value for Money. Thank you for still making us number”, the statement reads..
Connect FM which has the slogan ’Yenye Wo Nam’ is a mixed blend of local language and English channel offering listeners a uniquely awesome listening experience – from news, sports and entertainment to community-led programming.
Since coming into the radio market in the Western Region somewhere July, 2016, Connect FM has distinguished itself as a winning brand, earning the name, the SOLUTION CENTER from its ardent listeners.
Some of the programmes that stood out and kept Connect FM at the top position are Omanbapa, Sports Avenue, Adwumapa Mbir, Asem Yi Dzi Ka, Connect Yenko fie Drive, Connect Entertainment Review and host of others.
The station which has astute media personality, Ransford Nana Osei Asare as its manager boast of highly-revered broadcasters in the Western Region including Nhyiraba Paa Kwesi Simpson, Stephen Kwame Yeboah, Nana Adjoa Arthur, Ato Kwamina Otoo, Benjamin Quansah, Nana Yaw Gyebi, Eric Yaw Agyei, Henry Eliud Yankey, Ewurama Smith and Wofa Ato.