One of Uganda’s most popular radio stations, Radio 4 has unveiled unparalleled modern state of the art on-air and production studios with focus on transmitting only clean, crisp and quality sound.

One of the top Managers says: “In our short time of operation as a station, we have earned respect as one of the most listen to radios here and so quality is our priority. We have the best talent and experience on air already. All we are doing is to maintain our top spot and class.”

“After installing this modern equipment, we are now generating great clarity to the original sound and a crisp quality to the broadcast signal, second to non in the country currently and that is what our audience deserves,” he adds.

The new studios whose operations commenced on Monday after full installation of Italy-imported equipment have already registered massive recognition from the listeners who have since taken to social media to express their excitement.

“Wow, this is the radio I have always wanted to listen to, sounding so great. Big up radio 4,” Martins Ojok on Twitter.

“Some changes might have been made in the equipment of Radio 4, the radio is sounding cool, no echo, sound is sharp, it is just cool,” Sandra Kasumba posted on Facebook.

Radio 4 is a lifestyle, urban radio station situated in Kampala. Its focus is mainly on the delivery of appealing programs that include lifestyle, entertainment, good music live-talks and sports and many more programs.

The station which broadcasts on 103.3 FM, also airs current news and current affairs for its target audience.

The station’s desire to deliver accurate, relevant, factual and well researched about content for its audience, has earned a huge audience in the country, positioning it among the most popular and listened to stations in Uganda.

The station also boasts a huge online presence and it reaches all the corners of the country.

Kungu Al-Mahadi Adam is an experienced Ugandan multimedia Journalist with a background of fact checking and thorough research. He is very passionate about current African affairs particularly Horn of Africa. He...

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