User: venniyoor Topic: FM Radio
Category: FM Radio
Last updated: Aug 17 2017 13:52 IST RSS 2.0
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Radio City reports higher revenue, profits for first quarter 2.8.2017
BENGALURU: Indian FM Radio company Music Broadcast Limited (MBL) or Radio City reported higher revenue and improved profits for the quarter ended 30 June 2017 (Q1-18, current quarter) as compared to the corresponding quarter of the previous year (Q1-17). The company reported 17.3 percent higher total income for Q1-18 at Rs 703.1 million as compared to Rs 628.4 million in Q1-17. Total comprehensive income (TCI) for Q1-18 increased 42.3 percent to Rs 108.4 million (14.5 percent of Total Income) from Rs 76.2 million ((11.9 percent of Total Income) in Q1-17. MBL’s operating profit (EBIDTA inclusive of other income) in the current quarter increased 13.7 percent to Rs 217.7 million (29 percent of Total Income) from Rs 191.5 million (30 percent of Total Income) in the corresponding quarter of the previous year. Profit after Tax or PAT in Q1-18 also increased 42.3 percent to Rs 108.4 million (14.5 percent of Total Income) from Rs 76.2 million (11.9 percent of Total Income) in Q1-17. Total Expenditure for Q1-18 ...
A decade on air: Radio Active brings real stories of real people 2.8.2017 Citizen Matters
What could be common to garment workers, transgenders, auto drivers, waste pickers and animal activists? They are all radio jockeys in Bengaluru’s one and only community radio! It's a story of a decade of being a voice to voiceless. ...
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Now, KDA takes pro-Kannada campaign to banks, highways 2.8.2017 TOI: Cities
FM Stations In KarnatakaNext Target?
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FM radio jingles to draw tourists to Udupi 2.8.2017 Hindu: Home
Five jingles on different themes to be broadcast in Bengaluru, Mangaluru, Mumbai
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India Today group CEO Ashish Bagga calls it a day 1.8.2017 afaqs! news
 He is also the president of NBA (News Broadcasters Association).
SC allows Swamy to amend plea on Centre's security clearance policy 31.7.2017
The Supreme Court today allowed BJP leader Subramanian Swamy to amend his plea challenging recent policy guidelines of the Centre on grant of security clearances to companies. Swamy had moved the apex court seeking a direction to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to frame the guidelines for granting of security clearances to firms, including those who want to run FM radio channels and are accused of economic offences. A bench of Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud allowed Swamy to amend his petition when it was pointed out that the new policy was even "worse" as instead of MHA, the power has been given to other ministries which are not well equipped to grant security clearances. "They have made it worse by allowing the ministry other than MHA to give clearance to the companies. Only the MHA is equipped with Intelligence Bureau (IB) to take such security decisions," he said. "They have delegated the power to Information and Broadcasting ministry and under the Constitution, this is not ...
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SC asks Swamy to amend his petition in FM case 31.7.2017 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi , July 31 : The Supreme Court today asked the petitioner, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy to amend the petition filed by him in connection with the issue of making foolproof guidelines in national security clearance policy in FM and other mediums.
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Modi wants online youth to contribute to a new India with fresh ideas 31.7.2017
NEW DELHI: Drawing a parallel between the five years between 1942 (Quit India call) and 1947 (independence) to the period from 2017 to 2022 when the country will mark 75 years of freedom, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called upon the ‘online world’ to contribute innovatively for building of the New India. During his 34th Mann ki Baat broadcast from All India Radio, he said "he would particularly like to call upon the online world since wherever we may be, we are almost always online; so I would like to invite the online community and specially my young friends to come forward and contribute innovatively.” In the broadcast which was also shown on Doordarshan channels with relevant archival footage with reference to the freedom struggle, Modi said the young can use technology – videos, posts, blogs, scripts, novel ideas - to put forward all these. He wanted the young to “transform this campaign into a peoples’ movement”. He said: “A Quit India Quiz is also being launched for my young friends on ...
Centre asks all private TV, radio channels to promote Mission Indradhanush 30.7.2017 Hindu: News
The Centre has asked all private television and radio channels to publicise the government’s immunisation programme — ‘Mission Indradhanush’ — as part of their corporate social responsibility activit...
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Centre asks all pvt TV, radio channels to promote Mission 30.7.2017 DNA: Health
The Centre has asked all private television and radio channels to publicise the government's immunisation programme - 'Mission Indradhanush' - as part of their corporate social responsibility activities.
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PU radio takes health tips to Dhanas 30.7.2017 TOI: Chandigarh Times
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UK community radio station shut down over Al Qaeda broadcasts 29.7.2017
An Islamic community radio station in the UK has lost its licence for broadcasting 25 hours of lectures by Al Qaeda recruiter Alman al-Awlaki. Sheffield-based Iman FM was found in breach of broadcast norms by the UKs Office of Communications (Ofcom) for airing the lectures titled The Life of Mohammed by the America-born radical cleric during the holy month of Ramazan between May 26 and June 16. The station claimed that it was unaware of the background of the preacher, who was killed by a US drone strike in Yemen in 2011. "Ofcom has decided that it is necessary in the public interest to revoke the licensees Broadcasting Act licence, and that the licensee is unfit to hold a broadcast licence. The service has been off-air since July 4 and will not be reinstated," said an Ofcom spokesperson. The media regulators investigation found that Al Awlakis lectures included "a direct call to action to members of the Muslim community to prepare for and carry out violent action against non-Muslim people" and ...
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UK radio station closed after broadcasting Al Qaeda recruiter's lectures 29.7.2017 All News-IANS Stories
A British community radio station has been shut down after broadcasting 25 hours of lectures by an Al Qaeda recruiter.
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Bengaluru Matters Radio Show – Episode 24 29.7.2017 Citizen Matters
This week we bring to you Dr Sylvia Karpagam a doctor working on public health issues, listen to her speak about the new amendments proposed in health sector by the Karnataka government and Nalini Shekhar, founder of Hasiru Dala, who talks about how the newly introduced Goods and Services Tax (GST) has affected the economy of recycling. ...
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All TV channels, FM channels asked to publicise 'Mission Indradhanush' 27.7.2017
NEW DELHI: All satellite television channels and private FM channels have been asked by the government to give adequate publicity to 'Mission Indradhanush' launched to expand immunization coverage to all children across India. The broadcasters have been asked by the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to give publicity in a befitting manner pro bono as part of their corporate social responsibility activities, keeping in view the significance and meaningfulness of this cause. The mission aims particularly children who are either unvaccinated, or are partially vaccinated against seven vaccine preventable diseases which include diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, polio, tuberculosis, measles and hepatitis B. The Ministry notes that the electronic media has always been in the forefront to carry such message as “it is a powerful tool to reach out to the people across the country”. “ln order to make this mission a success, it has been felt that support, assistance and contribution of private TV channels and ...
Community Radio Stations can offer rates lower than DAVP for local ads 26.7.2017
NEW DELHI: Community Radio Stations have been allowed to offer rates lower than the Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity (DAVP) rates for local advertisements, as the condition that DAVP rates are lowest rates has been relaxed for CRSs. Parliament was told today that the duration of broadcast of advertisements by CRSs has been increased from five minutes to seven minutes per hour of broadcast to provide them better financial sustainability. Noting that the total number of operational CRS in the country was only 206, Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Rathore said the Government had taken various steps towards the expansion of the Community Radio Stations across the country. The grant of permission process had been simplified and the Ministry now provides financial support to new as well as existing Community Radio stations for purchase of equipment and for content creation. The financial grant for equipment has been increased from 50 per cent to 75 per cent of the ...
Modi opens 'Mann ki Baat' forum to all 25.7.2017
NEW DELHI: People wanting to give their viewpoints to Prime Minister Narendra Modi can call on toll-free number 1800 3000 7800 before the 34th installment of his monthly Mann Ki Baat. Messages can also be sent via the  website and those who miss the broadcast can listen in toll-free by dialling 1922. The next broadcast is slated for 30 July 2017 at 11 am over the entire network of All India Radio. The broadcast will be originated by All India Radio, Delhi, and will be relayed by all AIR stations, all AIR FM channels (FM Gold and FM Rainbow), local radio stations, Vividh Bharati stations and five community radio stations.  The regional versions of the Mann Ki Baat will be originated by the capital AIR stations in non- Hindi speaking zones at 20 hours on the same day. The regional versions shall be relayed by all AIR stations including local radio stations in the respective states. The broadcast is visually adapted by Doordarshan and other private TV and news channels in India and broadcast ...
Bengaluru Matters Radio Show – Episode 23 22.7.2017 Citizen Matters
This week we bring to you two important issues in Bengaluru. One is the sorry state in which low-income people evicted in 2013 from the old EWS quarters in Ejipura continue to live. Another story is about voter registrations in Bengaluru and the anomalies that one can find in the registrations. ...
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RIL unveils Jio phone at 'effective price zero' 21.7.2017 TOI: Home
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Reliance JioPhone: Everything you need to know about the 'free' feature phone 21.7.2017 DNA: Evolutions
Reliance has introduced a new feature for the Indian market, called the JioPhone at a price of Rs 0. It will be available starting August 15 for testing in beta. However, there is a catch. Consumers will have to pay Rs 1500, as a security deposit, which will be fully refundable after three years. Pre-booking for the JioPhone begins August 24. The company is targeting to have 5 million JioPhones a week.
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