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GU teacher’s book released in Melbourne 14.6.2019 The Assam Tribune
GU teacher’s book released in Melbourne
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Carta releases original debut on Musical Freedom 10.6.2019 Radioandmusic.com

MUMBAI: With a slew of releases already under his belt this year including, Zhong on Axtone, Better Not and Savage on Spinnin’ If Only on Heldeep as well as remix of Grapevine for Tiesto himself, China’s finest Carta makes his well overdue debut with original single, Bring It Down on Musical Freedom.

RAM Week 20: Radio City Mumbai dips 5.6.2019 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: In Week 20 of RAM ratings, Radio City dropped to fifth place in Mumbai with 12.2 share per cent and 5.13 T.S.L. But, the radio station did continue ruling in Bengaluru with 25 share per cent and 9.49 T.S.L. While Fever FM topped in Mumbai and Delhi with 19.1 and 19.2 share per cents and 6.45 and 5.01 T.S.L.s respectively, Radio Mirchi ruled in Kolkata with 19.6 share per cent and 4.52 T.S.L. In metros, Fever FM stood second in Kolkata with 18.7 share per cent and 6.58 T.S.L. But, the radio station had to settle at fourth place in Bengaluru with 14.8 share per cent and 7.53 T.S.L. respectively. Radio Mirchi claimed the second place in Mumbai with 13.3 share per cent and 4.15 T.S.L. The radio station stood third in Bengaluru with 16.8 share per cent and 7.02 T.S.L. while it had to settle at fourth place in Delhi with 11.5 share per cent and 3.21 T.S.L. respectively. Lastly, Radio City stood second in Delhi with 13.6 share per cent and 4.2 T.S.L. respectively. The radio station, as usual, couldn’t ...
Ishq FM's new show narrates story of a band 27.5.2019 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: 104.8 Ishq FM has launched a new digital property called Ishq Jam with Sarthak, which has an unique concept. The show is hosted by RJ Sarthak, who explains theidea behind it, “The show aims to narrate story of a band through its music. We sit with a band and make them jam. Every band appearing on the show will share about how they started and their songs and its evolution. They will later play their songs as well.” “It’s a half an hour segment, which we are not only doing digitally, but also promoting on radio,” he further adds.  The first episode of the show is already live on Ishq FM’s YouTube channel. “Nok Nok is the first Delhi based blues band that appeared on our episode. The second episode is almost ready. We are going to have another band from Delhi called Faridkot,” Sarthak informs. Watch first episode here The radio jock doesn’t want to stop here and has more plans around the show. He reveals, “We aim to do Seasons of Ishq Jam with Sarthak and are planning to have about four to six ...
'Main Bhi Chowkidar' emerged big winner on social media 23.5.2019 The Assam Tribune
'Main Bhi Chowkidar' emerged big winner on social media
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6 RJs from Assam in nat’l contest 14.5.2019 The Assam Tribune
6 RJs from Assam in nat’l contest
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'Content' is the clear proposition of RED FM: Nisha Narayanan 13.5.2019 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: RED FM app has been dishing out a variety of content, which is devoid of music, but still has managed to grab a huge audience attention and major downloads. RED FM COO Nisha Narayanan is confident about the quality of content, the radio station is creating. She exclaims, “‘Content’ is the clear proposition of RED FM and its engagement and interactivity has attracted the audience. Our app provides smackable content, humour and a lot of hub brands in the form of Malishka, RJ Raunac, RJ Ashish, RJ Krishna and RJ Rocky. Also, I don’t think music is the only driving force because if your content is good then it really doesn’t matter whether you have it or not.”  “At RED FM, as a radio station, I don’t want to focus only on audio. I think, going forward, it is a video cum audio preposition and we serve everything. As long as we are content creators, we shouldn't restrict ourselves only to music or audio programming. We take up what is relevant and interesting,” Narayanan further adds. Nisha Narayanan ...
'Childhood development' would be our theme for next Radio4Child awards: Rajeshwari Chandrasekar 11.5.2019 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: The third edition of Radio4Child awards culminated on 10 May 2019. The awards that honored RJs for their innovative and thought-provoking programming across themes, saw big names from UNICEF and radio industry. Based on themes, Radio4Child awards 2019 included nominations for workshops, conducted in 2018, by UNICEF and Association of Radio Operators (AROI) for over 40 All India Radio (AIR) and private FM radio professionals. This initiative aimed to help them integrate radio jingles/talk shows on critical messages related to vaccination and other child issues.   Present at Radio4Child Awards was UNICEF Maharashtra chief of field office Rajeshwari Chandrasekar who lent her thoughts on radio- a powerful medium to spread awareness, “Radio is an important medium because it reaches a larger audience and duck areas where other modes of entertainment do not exist. Radio’s ‘network’ proves to be the biggest advantage.”   “The second is radio jockeys are able to translate an actual message into something ...
Winners of UNICEF-AROI Radio4Child Awards announced 10.5.2019 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: The third edition of the UNICEF-AROI Radio4Child Awards culminated in Mumbai today with winners selected from 152 entries. The awards, this year, honored RJs for their innovative and thought-provoking programming across two themes – Routine Immunization (Measles Rubella campaign) and End Violence Against Children (Child Sexual Abuse). The event was graced by UNICEF Celebrity Advocate Kareena Kapoor Khan. “I am delighted to be associated with the #EveryChildAlive campaign initiated by UNICEF as it is using different and innovative mediums to communicate the importance of immunizing every child from life-threatening diseases. Having had personal experience with the medium of Radio I think it is an excellent channel to educate young families, the youth and marginalized communities on the importance of vaccination. Also as a mother, I understand the importance of Immunization in giving every child a healthy start and I look forward to supporting UNICEF in spreading this important message.” Kareena ...
BJP lodges complaints with EC against Kejriwal 28.4.2019 The Assam Tribune
BJP lodges complaints with EC against Kejriwal
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HT Media Limited acquires 51% stake in Next Mediaworks Limited 24.4.2019 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: HT Media Limited (HTML) has acquired 51% majority stake in Next Mediaworks Limited (NMW), which operates seven FM radio stations across major metros [through its subsidiary Next Radio Limited (NRL)], under the brand Radio One, including some in international genre. NRL’s FM stations across Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Chennai, Pune and one more have now come into HTML fold.  This has positioned HTML as the strongest radio player, with three stations each in the biggest metro markets of Delhi & Mumbai and two stations each in Bengaluru, Chennai and Kolkata. Apart from the above, key metro market of Pune has also got added to the network. HT Media Limited, along with Next Radio Limited, now has 22 stations, and a national footprint spanning 15 cities. HTML Radio and Entertainment Business CEO Harshad Jain has been named as CEO of NMW/NRL. He will lead all the three brands of Fever FM, Radio Nasha and Radio One. Talking about the development, Harshad Jain said, “This acquisition aims to ...
Radio City imbibes Mumbai Indians vibe as official radio partner for eighth year 23.4.2019 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: The entire nation is glued to the on-going nail-biting cricket season, with all the teams contending to make space in the top charts. Radio City has associated with Mumbai Indians as the official radio partner for the eight consecutive years. Radio City amplifies Mumbai Indians’ core theme of ‘One Family’, to drive loyalty and establish an impeccable connect with the fans. As part of the association, Radio City enhances the city connect with the listeners through various innovative on-ground, on-air and social media activities.   Commenting on the latest association and programming initiatives, Radio City Chief Creative Officer Kartik Kalla said, “The frenzy around cricket has been spreading far and wide year on year, and with eight years of strong partnership with Mumbai Indians, we at Radio City can proudly say we are ‘One Family’ with a common goal of entertainment. Radio City has always been at the forefront in spearheading initiatives that invoke city pride which resonates with the passion ...
Boxout.fm completes two years! 11.4.2019 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: Boxout.fm completed two years of operations with a celebration that spanned three days, and saw 4,500 people in attendance.   From 5-7April, the online community radio took over two venues in Delhi, Summer House Café and Auro Kitchen and Bar to give a platform to show hosts and rising Indian talent.   The radio, over the last two years, has helped discover a pool of talent and Boxout Weekender saw some standout sets from Spryk, whose show Skip-A-Beat has become a discovery platform for new Indian music, and Coven Code’s Pia Collada on Friday night; London-based DJ, SUCHI and Delhi-based techno artist Drum Attic on Saturday night while London-based Indian percussionist and jazz musician Sarathy Korwar – who performed music from his soon-to-be-released album with appearances by reggae artist Delhi Sultanate and Mumbai’s MC Mawali – had the crowds clamoring for more on Sunday. In fact, such was the buzz around Boxout Weekender that on Saturday night, both venues reached capacity at 11.30 ...
Suno India's intriguing podcasts on Lok Sabha Elections 2019 1.4.2019 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: While radio is playing a major role in the promotion of Lok Sabha Elections 2019 and campaigns, be it of political parties or on voting, Podcasts are no way behind when it comes to covering one of the most important topics of discussion, the nation is currently struck it. Suno India, which is a four months old podcast, has a lot of shows released on elections. They have collaborated with Radioactive – a community radio station, Wire Urdu and Thaeruthal – a Tamil podcast for different shows on elections respectively. For their show, Every Vote Matters. Suno India has teamed up with Radioactive. Speaking about it, Suno India founder Padma Priya says, “We have already released five episodes of Every Vote Matters, which we have syndicated with Radioactive so that they can re-broadcast them on their community radio station, thereby reaching to a newer audience. The episodes will be broadcasted every Thursday.” Every Vote Matters is collaboration between Suno India and Factly. Further talking about the ...
Property tax collection touches 94% 30.3.2019 Hindu: Fitness
East Zone tops the list with 95 % collection
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DRM Enterprise Award winner to be declared 'Social Media Influencer' 2019 19.3.2019 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: The Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) Consortium is launching its fifth DRM Enterprise Award to be presented to an individual or an organisation that has promoted Digital Radio Mondiale successfully, has convincingly explained how DRM can be applied innovatively and can be actively introduced. The winner will be a remarkable individual or organization, a true social media influencer, who has used for this purpose communications methods like, though not exclusively, social media. The aim in awarding this prize is to spread the word about DRM, stimulate interest and take-up, bring more knowledge and interest to new territories and consolidate interest in existing DRM countries. To qualify for the award an individual or organisation needs to be nominated by two credible endorsers, aware and ready to testify about the good work of the nominee. The latest DRM annual prize was aimed at South-East Asia and was awarded in January 2018 to the DRM Stakeholders’ Group led by the Indian network operator ...
Digital Radio Mondiale Annual General Assembly: Success and new opportunities examined 18.3.2019 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: Under the banner, Digital Radio Mondiale Drives Forward, the 2019 General Assembly of the DRM Consortium will take place on Tuesday 26th and Wednesday 27th of March, at the Palma Bellver Bay Meliá Hotel on the Spanish island of Mallorca. Click  here  for more information.  The DRM General Assembly is where the past year is being reviewed in detail and the strategy and working plan for the next year is set. The DRM members and invited guests will have a chance to receive more updates than ever before from country representatives and specialists about the various activities in key DRM countries like: India, China, Indonesia, Brazil, South Africa, Russia and many more. A full session on the March 27th will be devoted to receivers, as 2018 marked a step change in the development of DRM receiver and receiver solutions. On 26 and 27 March 2019, there will be three special DRM broadcasts occasioned by the General Assembly: Encompass Digital Media will broadcast BBC content from Woofferton UK at 1200 ...
Jorhat poll officer lends voice to jingles for voters’ awareness 14.3.2019 The Assam Tribune
Jorhat poll officer lends voice to jingles for voters’ awareness
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International Women's Day: MY FM's female RJs motivate female listeners’ on-air, while male RJs help in daily chores 8.3.2019 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: On the occasion of International Women’s Day, popular radio station MY FM planned a lot of stuff for their female listeners. Both female and male RJs left no stone unturned to motivate the local ladies, both, from studio and in person. To start with, all the female RJs of MY FM hosted shows, where they motivated women by telling them how proud one should be for being a women. They encouraged women for their choices be it if we want to go right while driving cars, or for shopping like crazy, getting late while getting ready for party or even bitching about someone etc. While our female RJs were having super fun on-air speaking their heart out, the male RJ clan of MY FM took on the task to help their female listeners by doing something really applaud worthy. They went to homes and helped ladies in their daily chores. From washing clothes, cleaning utensils, taking care of kids or any other work etc, they ensured to make their female listeners were happy. The idea was to give holiday to all those ...
We don't want to be in metros as we enjoy tier-2, tier-3 markets: Rahul Namjoshi, MY FM Business Head 28.2.2019 Radioandmusic.com
MUMBAI: While radio stations would opt for top metros like Mumbai and Delhi to expand their branches, MY FM is happy in the tier-2 and tier-3 market cities. This firm revelation was made by MY FM Business head Rahul Namjoshi. Speaking about the same, Namjoshi exclaimed, “We don’t want to be in metros as we are happy in our strength. We enjoy tier-2, tier-3 markets and we are having a good moolah over these markets.” Besides, he also commented on the restrictions faced by Private FMs when it comes to content (news in specific). On this Rahul Namjoshi said, “Most of us come from the newsprint background. Our mother companies are having a good media background. So, we should be trusted. We are also equally responsible for the content. We want the liberty of airing news in our own way.” MY FM has always ensured to deliver quality content and their RJs have played a pivotal role in the same. The radio station is currently investing in the education of their RJs. Revealing about the same, MY FM Business Head ...
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