Over 23 000 listeners have already downloaded the new Gagasi FM app with over 70% registering and opting into the Gagasi FM community – an ecosystem driven by audience interaction and engagement.
“The event was very productive. I have learnt many ways of using our phones on a day to day basis. The most powerful thing I have learnt is that I can actually use my phone as my office and actually make money using the apps. It was a powerful session.”
Palesa Phili, Chief Executive of the Durban Chamber Commerce and Industry said, “As a future-focused organisation, the Durban Chamber wants to put a spotlight on technology and digital innovation. We need to highlight how leveraging disruptive technologies and innovations can play a role in driving our inclusive and sustainable economic growth objectives.”
The Durban Chamber Mobile App will be used as an exclusive communication tool that will notify members of important business-related opportunities, notices, information, documents and communications for ease of access and reference.
One of the things Bérard showed was the radio station’s app. Obviously you can listen to the radio station on it, but you can also send a voice message to the station in high quality audio. The station uses a product called Fabrik, made in South Africa… It’s a simple and straightforward way to get more voices on the air.
Anice Hassim and Phil Molefe address delegates at Radio Days Africa 2019 at the Wits Club, Johannesburg, from 3 to 5 July 2019, whilst our team demonstrate how technology can elevate radio at our stand.
Seychelles Broadcasting Corporation moves analogue radio onto a digital “Fabrik”, transforming its engagement with its audiences
“Not only does the platform ensure a direct and immediate connection with our audience, it will allow us to preserve our radio programmes into a cloud archive that can be available over time to all citizens of the Seychelles as part of our audio cultural heritage” – Bérard Duprès, CEO of Seychelles Broadcasting Corporation.