Like No One Else...
The station is unique in the SABC PBS stable as it is the only station primarily targeting the youth with two languages of broadcast, IsiXhosa and English. This differentiating factor matters as it provides the youth with a platform to express themselves, to engage with each other and interact with the rest of the world. This is done within the context of our mandate to inform, educate and entertain, to support and develop culture and as far as possible ensure the fair and equal treatment of the predominant languages in the province.
In essence, trufm is a platform of expression for young people without being judged.
To become the leading, credible voice and face of the nation and continent.
A high performing, financial sustainable, digitised national public broadcaster that provides compelling informative, educational and entertaining content via all platforms.
Kwaito, R&B, Hip Hop, Afro Pop, Pop, Gospel and House are the most popular music genres amongst young South Africans between 16-34 years
- isiXhosa 60%
- English 40%
To satisfy the increasing needs of young people through highly creative, trendsetting, Informative and entertaining programmes, thereby providing an effective and lucrative platform for marketers
Ways of listening to trufm
- Normal Radio Frequencies – 89.3 - 107.8
- Audio Streaming – http://www.trufm.co.za/digital/player/1.0/trufm/index.html
- Audio Bouquet – DSTV Channel 816
- Podcasting – http://iono.fm/p/223
Mel Gahler & Simamkele Mguga - were inducted at this year’s Liberty Radio Awards in the Hall of Fame and Bright Star categories respectively.
Find your way to...
Typical Listener: The trufm listener is a male or a female between the ages of 15 – 34 and very proud of his/her Xhosa heritage. The trufm listener is very aspirational and hungry for education; development and employment opportunities.
HOW THIS WORKS
- Choose your neareast location from the list.
- Your frequency will be displayed
- Tune in and enjoy
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