New online radio station launched


Bermudian Jamel Hardtman has launched an online radio station, promising a mix of music and in-depth conversations.

The Full 100 internet radio station formally launched last night after an announcement by Mr Hardtman on social media.

The station’s website said: “The Full 100 internet radio station is groundbreaking for Bermuda as it’ll be a talk and music format.

“Though talk radio is arguably one of the most popular formats, Bermudians aren’t spoilt with options.

“We’re providing a new platform and additional options to Bermudians with a range of specialised talk programmes and featured DJs.”

Mr Hardtman announced that he would be hosting a weekly talk radio show on the channel, The Full 100 Show, which he promised would feature high-profile guests and everyday Bermudians.

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Published Aug 23, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Aug 23, 2018 at 7:36 am)

New online radio station launched

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