Asia Pop 40 is the first regional weekly chart countdown radio show produced in Asia specifically for Asian radio.Each week Asia Pop 40 counts down the most popular downloads on iTunes across Asia, showcasing iTunes charts from multiple markets to produce a pan-regional radio program spread across three hours Asia Pop 40’s English version is hosted each week by Asia’s own Dom Lau. Dom is one of the most recognized personalities in Asian media thanks to his work as anchor for E! News Asia. Dom established his music credentials as a VJ for five years on FOX International Channel’s music network, Channel [V].
James Ross presents The Greatest Hits Of Music every week, with a focus on the biggest and best songs from through the years – Great songs that you remember, and some you’ve forgotten! James has been broadcasting one way or another since he was a scruffy teenager. He’s been a DJ, producer, TV presenter, journalist, reporter, operations manager and distribution manager at numerous radio and TV stations in the UK and around the world. Back on the entertainment side James has also worked for UK broadcaster ITV working to expand shows such as Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway and I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here to a global audience. But it’s music radio that is his first love, and in the radio world he’s also presented shows for top radio stations all over the world, including those in countries as diverse as Spain, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Thailand etc. Rather than focus on one particular era The Greatest Hits Of Music plays the biggest and best hits from the sixties right up to today’s hits. The show is about the strength of the artistes, and the familiarity of their songs. It’s about the best-produced, and most-uplifting hits from through the years, all mixed together with occasional songs from charts around the world, music and showbiz news, and a bit of light fun and banter.
Jazz TraxICRT - International Community Radio Taipei
JazzTrax Creator/ Producer/host Art Good first began working with what became the hugely popular Smooth Jazz Genre when he put the wildly popular Lites Out San Diego nightly program on KIFM Radio March 8, 1982. It was the creation of the now firmly established West Coast Smooth Jazz scene and established San Diego as the birthplace of Smooth Jazzdom. The JazzTrax weekly radio show has evolved as it has now well passed its 25 year mark. Each hour beginning with a long extended set of 5 straight great songs from the past. Classic Old from the JazzTrax Cave. Each Middle Set features what Art Good has forever been known for.....the Absolute Newest.....just released......or soon to be released. (Independent, 2 hours)