ReelWorld starts new updating hit music imaging service

ReelWorld is starting a new updating imaging service called RED Hits, aimed at hit music radio stations.

Mike Thomas, ReelWorld CEO: “For 25 years ReelWorld has worked tirelessly to define, evolve and then redefine what great sonic branding can be. The results of our efforts are heard every day on thousands of stations around the world that trust ReelWorld jingles, ONE, ProductionVault and Prep+ to help connect them with their listeners and make their brand stand out.

“Our new imaging service RED Hits gives us the opportunity to expand our offerings even further and provide more creative branding options to stations than ever before.”

Ron Tarrant, Director/RED Hits adds: “​As the lines between CHR and Hot AC stations continue to blur globally we saw a real need for an imaging service that could deliver exceptional content across multiple formats. RED Hits gives us the freedom to expand the creative boundaries and develop a unique imaging service with a signature sound that consistently delivers the quality and production values you expect from ReelWorld.”

RED Hits​ is now available in the UK and Europe and internationally via the ReelWorld Europe team at MediaCityUK.

Here’s a video:

RED Hits from ReelWorld on Vimeo.

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  1. Jeff C says

    I may be wrong but you don’t hear this type of imaging on many small stations.

  2. Len Groat says

    These will be perfect….

    … to match the music on Zoe Ball’s breakfast show….

    Goodbye older Radio 2 listeners…..

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