"We have spent the past six months building a good, solid foundation for the sound of HOT 102.7. But we believe that, with your help, we can make HOT 102.7FM a great station," says Madurai.

The managing director has challenged radio listeners to take the radio's check-up survey and to make the switch to the new Hot 1027.

Madurai says, "I love radio, but most of all I want to lead a radio station that listens to its audience and gives them what they want to hear from their favourite station."

The radio check-up is a survey of what listeners really think about the radio stations. The online survey will run for a period of eight weeks and comprises questions about:
  • music preferences
  • programming content
  • favorite presenters
  • charity initiatives, and
  • the listeners' opinions on how radio can be made better for them.
Individuals are encouraged to click here to be part of the survey. The stations have indicated that participants stand a chance to win their share of R120 000 should they give their say.

For more information, visit www.hot1027.co.za