Wisebuddah deliver fresh TOTH, Show Openers, IDs and more for this Award-winning Station

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98FM return to Wisebuddah for an updated station sound in 2021

This latest audio branding update continues a successful creative partnership between Dublin’s 98FM and Wisebuddah, which has seen 98FM receive 5 IMRO awards for station imaging in as many years. 

98FM’s new sound is an evolution of the 2018 branding and reflects recent developments in the station’s format and playlist to incorporate more of the biggest hits through a number of years, along with today’s best music. 

The package blends new custom elements (including a brand-new TOTH, fresh Show Openers for Dublin Talks and 98FM’s Big Breakast, and a new News theme), with a selection of IDs taken from Wisebuddah’s Antenne Bayern 2020 package. 

The current distinct 98FM sonic trigger is retained; and is designed to flexibly project the station’s branding by adapting to musical style, key and tempo to fit any song intro, bed or promo.

Pat Gill, Imaging Director at 98FM, said: “We’re really excited to get this package on-air. We wanted to build on the elements of our existing sound and I think we’ve created something really fresh. It has been great fun to work with the Wisebuddah team again to strengthen the 98FM brand in Dublin.”

Wisebuddah’s Business Relations Manager, Dom Scott, added: “It’s been great working with 98FM again on this new package, Pat is an Imaging Director at the top of his game who knows what he wants creatively and you can hear the results in our latest collaboration. Adapting a well-known station sound to accommodate a shift in format can be a tough brief so congratulations to Pat and the creative team for pulling it off!”

Check out the Wisebuddah website featuring this package and many more (including work for BBC Radio 1 (UK), Radio 538 (Netherlands) and Fun Radio (France) at www.wisebuddah.com.

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