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Win an Espresso speaker and wake up with sound!

08/07/2014

espresso speakerPhoenix Distribution ZA and Bush Radio 89.5fm are offering YOU a chance to own the nifty little Espresso Bluetooth speaker valued at R399!

These speakers are small but powerful and come in a range of awesome colours and have up to a ten metre range from any bluetooth connection. (Check out the video below)

They look exactly like coffee mugs and because of the carabineer handle, these speakers can be attached to bags, keys etc.

Easy to setup, the 4 hour rechargeable Espresso battery is charged via micro USB cable which gives the listener the freedom of listening to their favourite tunes for hours on end.

If you would like to stand a chance of winning one of these speakers courtesy of Phoenix Distribution ZA and Bush Radio, all you need to do is sms the keyword “speaker” + your NAME and SURNAME to 32158 .

Lines close at 3pm on Friday the 11th July 2014.

The winner will be announced during Everyday People (4-7pm) on 11 July 2014. This is a lucky draw so enter often to increase your chances of winning.

Sms’ cost R1 and free minutes to not apply.

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How to listen to us online

16/07/2012

Bush Radio has been broadcasting (legally) since 1995 on 89.5 FM in the Cape Town area and since 2001 via audio streaming as well, this makes it possible for you to listen to us anywhere in the world.

If you are struggling to pick us up on a coventional radio receiver try us out online

In your ear and in your brain – worldwide

04/03/2011

We have decided to launch a new audio streaming option for listeners who prefer to listen to Bush Radio online.

You can listen to Bush Radio online since 2001 and all we have now done is improved the quality and also made it possible for you to choose how you want to listen to us.

So now, whether you have a Blackberry, I-phone, Windows Mobile or Nokia you can tune in from anywhere in the world on your cellphone!

The same is true if you prefer listening from your computer via; Windows Media Player, Flash Player, Winamp, RealPlayer or iTunes.

During the recent earthquakes in New Zealand being online showed its importance, when listeners made contact through Bush Radio’s internet broadcasts to send messages to their families in SA and in that country.

The main purpose of Bush Radio providing an online streaming service is to highlight issues from Cape Town to a global audience, and judging by the feedback we have been getting, it is working.

NetDynamix, the company which helped us install the new system provides direct technical support to you as a listener through bushradio@ndstream.net if you are struggling to listen to us online.


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