New jingles for RTE Gold, Clare & Tipp FM

London-based Wise Buddah has been busy in Ireland recently with the production of new jingle packages for three more stations.

They are RTE Gold, chose a re-sing of Holland’s Radio 2 NL, Clare FM and Tipp FM, which both took a re-sing of Wise Buddah’s Skala FM 2012 jingle package.

It follows news that the company has produced audio imaging for three other stations – Cork’s 96FM, C103 and WLR FM – earlier this year.

Lisa Dignam, Creative Audio Production Co-ordinator, RTÉ Gold: “I am delighted with the jingles that Wise Buddah created for RTÉ Gold. They are a sprinkling of old school, but with a modern twist. Wise Buddah are a dream to work with and Paul and the guys took on the project with gusto. RTÉ Gold play the greatest hits of all time, and now that message is cemented in our on air sound through these new jingles.”

Susan Murphy, General Manager, Clare FM/Tipp FM: “We knew Wise Buddah by reputation, so we approached them about a new imaging package for both stations as we wanted to refresh but at the same time create a warm sound our listeners could identify with. We were absolutely delighted with the Wise Buddah experience. They involved us every step of the way so we felt that we were very much part of the whole process. It was a wonderful partnership and I would thoroughly recommend them to any station looking for a fresh new sound.”

Paul Plant, Director, Wise Buddah Jingles told RadioToday: “We’ve really loved working so much in Ireland this year, and we’re really excited to help shape the sound of three more great, Irish brands. Susan and Lisa made the process seamless for us…and it definitely sets us up for another trip across the Irish Sea!”



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