Bauer is introducing networked mid-morning shows on its Bauer City Network of stations in England and Scotland.
The new show will replace around 10 local radio presenters who currently host programmes in their own markets. Bauer says it is working with the presenters to identify other opportunities across the network.
Debbie Mac, currently on Key 103, will now broadcast across Rock FM, Viking FM, Hallam FM, Radio City, TFM, Radio Aire, Metro Radio and Key 103. The new show will not air on CFM, Gem or the Free Radio stations in the Midlands.
Whilst in Scotland, Greigsy will broadcast one show from 10-2pm across Northsound 1, Tay FM, Forth One, West FM and Clyde 1 – broadcasting out of the Clyde 1 studios.
Group Managing Director, Bauer City Network Graham Bryce said, “Our commitment to creating compelling engaging relevant content is at the heart of what we do. We are focusing our product investment into areas that provide differentiation and a deep connection with our listeners; exceptional Breakfast and Drive shows, award-winning local news, sport, traffic and travel, and high quality and relevant local information.”
These changes will begin to be phased in from the 10th of July.