Triple Irish Success for Wise Buddah Jingles

Wise Buddah’s network of affiliate stations in Ireland continues to grow, as three more have launched brand new jingle packages.

UTV Media’s 96FM returned for a second package, whilst their sister station C103, as well as Waterford’s WLR FM, also took re-sings of existing works from Wise Buddah Jingles in London.

Brendan O Driscoll, Production Director, Cork’s 96fm & C103: “Corks 96fm & C103 have fresh new sounds thanks to Wise Buddah, AND WE LOVE IT! We’re so happy we returned to the guys for our latest 96fm jingle package. The new cuts ensure we sound contemporary yet familiar, due to that signature Wise Buddah sound.

The new C103 pack gives the station a really confident and positive feel. “The best of the 70s, 80s and more” never sounded better thanks to Wise Buddah.”

Michael Byrne, Programme Director, WLR FM: “When we first heard the jingle package from Wise Buddah, we were convinced this was the one for us. It has given us that sound we’ve been missing. We wanted a package that made immediate impact and within a few days, listeners were singing it to us. We’re the number one station in our market and we’re always trying to improve what we do. The guys at Wise Buddah were fantastic and very professional. Their producers are top class”.

Paul Plant, Director, Wise Buddah Jingles: “We have great clients and growing heritage across Ireland and we’re really enjoyed shaping the sound of three great stations. It’s fantastic to welcome back Cork’s 96FM, and it’s equally exciting to work with two brand new clients.”

Cork’s 96FM took a re-sing of Wise Buddah’s popular 94,3 rs2 2013 jingle package, whilst C103 chose a re-sing of Holland’s Sky Radio. WLR FM re-sang Wise Buddah’s ubiquitous EZ Rock package.

For more information on this or any other Wise Buddah Jingles business, please contact Phil Tozer on 0044 207 307 7423 or

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