Media icon Bonner Tito passes on

Tito passed away on the night of May 24th at the Port Moresby General Hospital as a result of a massive heart attack.

He was 49 years old.

Tito joined Kalang Advertising in 2010 as Business Operations Manager and was recently made the Host of the FM 100 talk back show.

He directed business operations overseeing news, programs, sales, marketing, events and production.

Tito had over 17 years of experience in all facet of broadcasting and worked extensively in a wide range of administration and public relation sectors.

Bonner Tito: Late Roger Hau’ofa will be missed on the airwaves

Since Monday this week, the show has been running tributes and condolence messages for the late Hau’ofa right up until the end of the week.

Hau’ofa passed away peacefully at 11:42pm on Saturday, March at Iare village in Kairuku District, Central Province after suffering from kidney disease.

Tito said that Hau’ofa was a great man and he leaves behind a great life and legacy.

“The FM100 radio station will miss this mentor and the champion.

“He was the champion of champions in radio journalism and that’s something that we will hold as treasure here.

Kalang Advertising saddened by Roger Hau’ofa’s passing

The late Hau’ofa passed on peacefully at 11:42pm on Saturday, March at his wife Pauline’s village, Iare in Kairuku District, Central Province after suffering from kidney disease.

Chief executive officer of Kalang Advertising, trading as FM100 and Hot97FM, John Mong described late Hau’ofa as one of the media giant and King of radio talkback.

Mong said that no one can size up to the degree and magnitude of energy and knowledge he commanded in the radio talkback show he hosted.

Tributes flow for Late Hau’ofa

The late Hau’ofa passed away on Saturday at around 11pm.

Tributes flowed in to today’s talkback program from far and wide.

Julianna Waeda, a journalist with Loop PNG, recalled her time at FM 100 reading the news for the first time and how Roger came up to her and told her… “You are the voice, you set the tone of the day ”. Waeda thanked Roger’s family for sharing such a great man with the rest of the country.