UK radio listeners will ‘Heart’ these feel-good up to date jingles from ReelWorld


The new sound of Heart 2020 from ReelWorld as heard on-air with added imaging elements! Perfectly paired with the songs on Heart’s feel-good playlist, these new themes will help your station sound bang up to date. These themes work perfectly alongside the Heart 2019 jingles, or as a standalone solution.

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In other news, starting from 17 July 2020, the Radio Kiss Kiss summer Kiss Kiss Play Summer 2020 compilation is available for purchase, also on . The playlist includes some of the most successful national and international hits of summer 2020, such as Baby K and Chiara Ferragni, Boomdabash and Alessandra Amoroso, Aiello, Giusy & Elettra, Tiziano Ferro and Jovanotti, Fedez, Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande, Billie Eilish , The Weekend and many others.

Through this partnership, explains a note, Amazon and Radio Kiss Kiss join forces to give a
special return among the school desks to some lucky Italian students: part of the proceeds from the sale of the compilation on will in fact be donated to three schools located in the areas adjacent
to three Amazon sorting depots in Italy for the creation of Stem laboratories. By purchasing the Kiss Kiss Play Summer 2020 on the Amazon marketplace, customers will support the charity initiative and, with a symbolic gesture, will wish a good return to class in September to Italian students, who have had to start from the Covid-19 pandemic follow lessons remotely.

“As part of our commitment to supporting the communities where Amazon employees live and work, we are proud to partner with Radio Kiss Kiss for this special initiative in support of the digitization of Italian schools,” said Gabriele Sigismondi, Amazon CEO Logistics in Italy. “In this way we hope to wish all the students of the schools involved a happy return to class. In recent months, we have carried out several projects to offer innovative solutions to support teachers and students who have suddenly had to try their hand at the world of distance learning “.

Lucia Niespolo, president of the Board of Cn Media (Radio Kiss Kiss) commented: “We are happy that Amazon has readily accepted our invitation to this project linked to the purchase of our summer compilation, the Kiss Kiss Play Summer 2020. Radio Kiss Kiss like Amazon, it knows how important it is to invest in the training of young people and the digitalization of the Italian school. A school in step with the times, smart and digital, is a goal to be achieved in the shortest possible time, we project ourselves into the school of the future, for this reason, before the start of the school year, together with our Amazon friends we will deliver three Italian schools 3 Stem laboratories that will allow the teaching staff of the respective 3 schools to improve distance learning with their students.

The drivers of the delivery service providers, with the support of the Radio Kiss Kiss speakers, will soon leave for the three institutes located in three secret locations that will be revealed in the coming weeks. All updates on the project will be published in the next few days on the social channels of and Radio Kiss Kiss.

This initiative develops within a wider commitment undertaken by Amazon to support the communities in which its employees live and work, thanks to the activity of the Amazon territorial committees in the community. For example, during the health crisis Amazon has carried out numerous projects to support bodies, institutions and organizations on the front lines in the fight against Covid-19, such as the Civil Protection, the Italian Red Cross and the Food Bank of Lombardy. In addition, during the lockdown, Amazon organized free webinars related to Stem issues dedicated to teachers from all over Italy, to provide them with innovative tools to be used in distance learning.

Amazon’s commitment to training and the dissemination of technological knowledge also includes the ‘Amazon Innovation Award’ initiative: launched in 2016, the contest involves three of the most prestigious Italian universities, the Politecnico di Milano, the Politecnico di Torino and the University of Rome Tor Vergata, and invites students to propose innovative ideas to optimize Amazon’s logistics activities. Starting from last year, some European universities can also participate in the Amazon Innovation Awards.