ARN extends media partnership with the City of Sydney


• The media partnership has been extended to an additional three years

ARN has announced it has extended its exclusive media partnership with the City of Sydney for an additional three years.

The partnership will see ARN’s KIIS 1065, WSFM 101.7 and iHeartRadio brands featured in three major Sydney events each year, including Sydney Christmas, Sydney Lunar Festival and Sydney New Year’s Eve.

KIIS 1065 was thrilled to once again partner with the City of Sydney as the exclusive radio broadcast partner for Sydney New Year’s Eve. The partnership included the epic KIIS 1065 harbourside New Year’s Eve party for 160 listeners and special guests.

All attendees received exclusive access to premium catering, live music and breathtaking 270-degree views of the Harbour for unbeatable views of the 9 pm and midnight fireworks.

KIIS 1065 broadcast all the action, including the official NYE Fireworks soundtracks curated by Australian duo The Presets, to Sydney and the world via iHeartRadio.

Last month, WSFM 101.7 hit the streets of Sydney to add some vitality to the Sydney Lunar Festival celebrations. Over two days, the WSFM Street Team ran a special tiger themed WSFM’s Lucky Dip. 

Hundreds of visitors were encouraged to choose a red envelope to be in with a chance of winning prizes, including Taronga Zoo tickets, Event Cinemas passes, merchandise, and mini plush tiger toys.

Claire Murphy, ARN’s national head of activations said: “ARN is proud to continue its partnership with the City of Sydney, celebrating the best things about our beautiful, vibrant and diverse City.

“KIIS 1065 and WSFM 101.7 the soundtrack to many Sydney-siders lives for years. They live and breathe Sydney, and we look forward to creating amazing memories at some of Sydney’s biggest and best events over the next three years.

She added: “After years of lockdowns and cancelled events, it was so great to see so many people out and about, showing that they are full of life and ready to party in 2022!”

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