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On the radio

We love BBC Radio Glos!

When we first launched and we were only 3-4 staff, BBC Radio Gloucestershire presenter Chris Baxter came along to Neon Towers to see what was going on. Since then, things have changed a bit and we are 14 staff and getting a bit squashed in our current studio.

And when we won the Nectar Business Award for Best UK Startup, Chris wanted to do a follow-up interview to find out the latest news. So click on the video below to listen to the latest interview.

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Oli Christie, CEO of Neon Play, fresh out of the interview room (his desk) commented, "We love local radio and Chris Baxter has been a great supporter of Neon Play since we started last year. It's great that our local BBC radio station have followed our progress this year and we hope we can keep creating great games and getting good local attention and support."

From the archives

If you want to listen to a previous interview, click here.


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