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Radio ga ga 23.1.2006 Business Standard
Radio ga ga
Entertainment Network: Invest at cut-off 22.1.2006 HBL: Investment World
INVESTORS should bid for shares in Entertainment Network (India) Ltd, which owns and operates radio networks under the popular Radio Mirchi brand, as it is likely to be the premier listed play in the FM radio space for some years to come. The ...
Entertainment Network ? Music to investors' ears 22.1.2006 HBL: Investment World
OUR recommendation for Entertainment Network is underpinned by the following factors: Benevolent policy framework: Radio Mirchi will now operate in a policy environment that is friendlier to private sector players in FM radio. The new ...
4 FM radio stations coming up in NE 22.1.2006 ET: Entertainment
The minister of Information and Broadcasting has awarded four FM radion stations to three private companies which would be set up by the middle of this year in the Northeastern region.
Radio Mirchi bags Patna in FM Radio Phase II 21.1.2006 ET: Entertainment
The government is expected to earn a revenue of around Rs 21 crore by selling 48 FM radio licences in the eastern zone.
Bidding for 66 Pvt. FM Radio in Eastern States concludes 21.1.2006 Govt of india: PIB
Bidding for 66 Pvt. FM Radio in Eastern States concludes
Launch of new FM stations to begin from August 19.1.2006 Sify News
It?s good news for music lovers with 120 new FM frequencies having been given to private players thus far under the phase II policy of the FM Radio Broadcasting.
Ambani to be India's entertainment czar 18.1.2006 Business Standard
Ambani to be India's entertainment czar
Northern towns may add Rs 84 cr to Govt's FM radio revenues 14.1.2006 HBL: Marketing
The Government is likely to garner about Rs 84 crore for allowing private FM radio channels to commence operations in the smaller towns of the northern region as one-time entry fee (OTEF). About 76 frequencies in 21 centres in States such as ...
Class B FM radio bids rake in Rs 84 cr for govt 14.1.2006 ET: Entertainment
The government is expected to earn Rs 83.7 crore as licence fee for 76 FM radio frequencies in the northern region from 63 qualified bidders.
BAG infotainment wins FM radio licences in 4 cities 14.1.2006 ET: Entertainment
BAG Infotainment has won licences for FM radio stations in Hisar, Karnal, Shimla and Patiala.
Govt to raise Rs 83.7 cr in second round of FM radio 14.1.2006 ET: Media
The government was assured of Rs 83.7 crore by way of licence fee in the second round of bidding for phase-II expansion of private FM radio stations.
Tarun Katial to join ADAE's FM radio venture 14.1.2006 Rediff: Business
Katial, who was responsible for SET's format shows like Indian Idol and Fame Gurukul, will spearhead the Ambani group's radio initiative.
Bidding for 76 pvt. FM radio in Northern states concludes 14.1.2006 Govt of india: PIB
Bidding for 76 pvt. FM radio in Northern states concludes
Rich FM radio haul for Adlabs, Sun in round 2 13.1.2006 DNA: Money
Bidding in A and A-plus cities got the government a total of around Rs 540 crore last week. Another 3 rounds of bidding are scheduled over the next weeks.
Media bigwigs strike gold in FM bids 13.1.2006 DNA: Top News
It was music to the ears of media bigwigs Radio Mirchi, Anil Ambani's Adlabs, South Asia FM, Times Group's Entertainment Network India Limited, Rajasthan Patrika, Jagran and the Bhaskar groups.
Rainbow lends colour to city 12.1.2006 New Indian Express
Rainbow lends colour to city
Cricket fever grips Pakistan as countdown begins 12.1.2006 New Indian Express
Cricket fever grips Pakistan as countdown begins
A comeback for FM radio 12.1.2006 HBL: Opinion
THE ENTRY OF established names and the frenzy of bidding activity in the FM radio space over the past fortnight is an indication that industry participants have taken a favourable view of the revised policy framework. It is also likely that a ...
Full FM radio coverage in State in a phased manner: Dasmunsi 12.1.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Union Government plans to set up eight transmission centres in Karnataka
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