Britannia Good Day & MEC India co-create campus digital radio station

17 Mar,2017

By A Correspondent

 

Britannia Good Day in partnership with MEC Wavemaker, a content arm of MEC India, conceptualisedwhat is being biIndia’s first brand owned campus digital radio station in an attempt to get young Indians to smile more.

 

Commenting on the launch, VP, Marketing, Britannia Industries Limited, Ali Harris Shere said:“Good Day is an iconic brand and enjoys immense love and equity amongst the consumers. The brand holds the baton for making Indians smile more and we know that youth with their innate optimism and cheer will do this better than any other demographic. By establishing ‘India’s 1st aural social network’, Good Day aims to connect deeper with its younger consumers. The digital radio station has been curated with a keen focus on today’s youth and their passions, and the content will reflect what’s current & trending in the country’s pop culture”.

 

On curating the platform for the youth, Kumar Deb Sinha, Head – India, MEC Wavemaker said:“The content space is now witnessing a change as brands prefer to own unique platforms to connect and persuade their target audience. Our task at hand was to target Gen Z, who are interested in what’s new, trending and adapts to the latest trends. To focus on this specific audience, MEC had conducted an in-depth study in understanding Gen Z through customized research and consumer behavior tracking tools,  which helped to create customized and engaging audio platform called ‘Campus Radio’, a combination of preferred online (radio) and content (music) medium.”

 

He added, “MEC Wavemaker always believes in creating unique content ideas that goes beyond traditional marketing activities that enables to strengthen the equity of the brand.”

 

Celebrating the launch, Rahul Balyan, Head of Digital Initiatives, at Radio Mirchi said,“Radio Mirchi, in partnership with Gaana, is happy to create an online platform for Britannia that helps them engage with the College students. We have created a unique listening experience that re-invents radio for the internet-savvy youth. We are also helping Britannia connect with college students across the country through on-ground activation as well. Radio Mirchi already operates sixteen online radio stations in partnership with Gaana, and hopes to make Campus Radio the flagship online radio station of the youth of India. The challenge in digital marketing is to build meaningful engagement with consumers, and Radio Mirchi with its content creation capabilities, its iconic Rjs, and multi-media solutions is helping build that engagement for brands across digital platforms.”

 

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