VictoriaFalls24.com is a tourism news website promoting the tourism industry in the region of Victoria Falls including all the surrounding countries.
VictoriaFalls24.com and ZiFm Stereo have recently teamed up to host a show on the first and only privately owned radio station in Zimbabwe. It has a wide range of programming content to keep the public tuned in 24 hours a day.
The VF24.com radio show is presented by the all-time favourite, Kimble Rogers, towards the end of his Friday episode of, “The Rush”.
The show is aired in prime time “drive time” at 16:50 and takes the form of a general tourism news update, and then offers insight into a different Tourism product each week. The show offers tourism operators in Zimbabwe the opportunity to speak direct to the public, via a pre-planned interview with Kimble. The interview may include details of the operator’s hotel, lodge, safari operation or it may highlight a “price special” recently launched or a new menu in a restaurant.
The idea – “ better inform our public on the great travel opportunities in their home country”
After the show has been released a podcast is placed on our website for use by visitors to the site.
We believe there is not enough marketing of the local tourism players within Zimbabwe and believe this is a great opportunity to work on this.
We have had a number of Zimbabwe’s top tourism players on the show all with positive feedback. Recent shows included – Cresta Hotels, Bushman Rock, Zambezi Explorer, African Sun, The Hide in Hwange National Park, Africa Albida, Imire Game Park, a Southern African tour guide by the name of George Mudavhanu, as well as the ever so popular Sir Nige.
To increase your company’s exposure on the show please contact the VictoriaFalls24.com team who will see when the next available slot is and fit you in for an interview.
For our latest podcasts click here.
To listen live to ZiFm online click here or to tune into the radio frequency, see below.
The frequencies at the moment are only available within Zimbabwe.
Date: 3 October 2013