Q102 gets new ReelWorld jingle package

Dubin’s Q102 has ordered resings of the new Heart ReelWorld jingle package.

The UTV station previously had resings of Heart’s IQBeats package but has followed them to ReelWorld for their latest station sound.

The original ‘This is Heart’ logo has been transformed to ‘This is Q’ followed by ‘Dublin’s Q102’.

Stephen Daly, Head of Production for UTV’s Q102 told RadioToday: “We’re delighted with the new sound that our new jingle package will bring to the station. They’re funky enough to play with our oldskool classics, but modern enough to go with the newer music we play.

“The package makes Dublin’s Q102 sound fresh and vibrant on the air. We play the right song right now, and our new jingles compliment that philosophy.”

Have a listen to the new cuts in an exclusive RadioToday montage below:



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7 Comments
  1. Barry David on Facebook says

    Fools

  2. Liam Byrne on Facebook says

    How can a station licensed to be an easy-listening option be have “more music variety” ?

    1. Jeff says

      How can a station originally tasked with delivering country music switch to the easy-listening option?

      1. Niall OK says

        Jeff, Q102 first went to air as Lite FM – an easy-listening station. What station are you referring to?

  3. Liam Byrne on Facebook says

    That’s very true too!

  4. Liam Byrne on Facebook says

    I presume Jeff is referring to Dublin’s “Country” ?

    1. Niall OK says

      If he is, and if I’m being picky, it’s hardly relevant to this story. Still, the answer to his question would be either “they were originally licensed as a country AND easy listening station” or “they asked the BAI and the BAI said ‘okay'”.

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