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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
FM radio: Will ad flow be music to bidders? 9.1.2006 HBL: Marketing
Radio is back and moving up. But Friday's bid amounts for FM radio, in particular the Rs 35-crore winning offer for Mumbai, have set the industry wondering if its ascent is yet again at high cost. According to one official whose media company ...
Media giants call the tune 9.1.2006 New Indian Express
Media giants call the tune
Sun group makes a splash in FM 8.1.2006 DNA: Money
Sun Network, which runs the Sun TV network in Tamil Nadu and other southern states, has bagged nine FM radio stations in Friday's auctions for A and A-plus cities.
Tuning in: FM Radio set for massive expansion 8.1.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
'Channels that do not have the capacity to spend at least Rs 5 crore a month can close shop or merge' 8.1.2006 Telegraph: Opinion
Early last month, the Kanpur-based Guptas who promoted Jagran TV's Hindi news channel, Channel 7, held several meetings with top executives of Television Eighteen, the company that operates CNBC, Awaaz and CNN-IBN. The topic of discussion: selling a part of their stake in Jagran TV to the Delhi-based company. But the talks made no headway as Jagran TV, part of the Kanpur-based Dainik Jagran group, did not wish to relinquish editorial control to Television Eighteen.
Radio gaga: 6 more FM stations 8.1.2006 Deccan Herald
Radio gaga: 6 more FM stations
Govt rakes in Rs 500 cr; ENIL bags all cities it bid for 7.1.2006 ET: Entertainment
The government is expected to receive over Rs 500 crore only from One Time Entry Fee in the first stage of FM Radio Phase II policy.
Private FM radio station launched 7.1.2006 Hindu: Kerala
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The first private FM (frequency modulated) community radio station in the State was launched at a function at Vyloppilly Samskrithi Bhavan on Friday evening. Radio DC FM 90.4 will broadcast from the media school run by D.C. ...
Private FM channel likely for city 7.1.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Anil Ambani-run Adlabs reportedly bags the licence
29 cos participate in FM radio bidding ? Govt likely to mop up over Rs 500 cr 7.1.2006 HBL: Front Page
THE Government has kicked off the second phase of FM radio privatisation with over 29 companies participating in the financial bidding process for 64 frequencies in 13 metros and key cities. Initial estimates suggest that the Government is likely ...
India Today group bids for 9 FM radio stations 6.1.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
29 cos. submit financial bids for FM radio 6.1.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
India Today group bids for 9 FM radio stations 6.1.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
Cheer for listeners as FM radio bids open today 6.1.2006 TOI: Cities
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting managed to increase ambit of FM radio to 337 frequencies across 91 cities.
Times Group bids for FM radio 6.1.2006 ET: Media
Times Group radio venture Entertainment Network India Ltd today submitted financial bids for FM radio stations in seven cities, including Bangalore, Hyderabad and Jaipur.
Adlabs, HT Music win FM license 6.1.2006 ET: Media
Anil Ambani-controlled Adlabs and Hindustan Times's HT Music & Entertainment have bagged licenses in the second phase of FM radio expansion, including Delhi and Mumbai.
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