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Category: FM Radio
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Private FM operators to form association 25.2.2006 Hindu: Business
NEW DELHI: Private FM Radio operators in India on Friday decided to form an FM Radio industry representative body.
Private FM Radio operators to form association 25.2.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Feb 24: Private FM Radio operators in India today decided to form an FM Radio industry representative body to put forward their views and demands with the government.
Sound of music 22.2.2006 Business Standard
Sound of music
Check out these cool gadgets 22.2.2006 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
iPoDs, satellite radio sets, mobiles and MP3 players with music features sell like hot cakes.
FM stations to zoom in on regional ads in small towns 21.2.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
FM radio is set to sweep the airwaves from Akola to Aizwal and from Srinagar to Tuticorin providing an ideal platform for advertisers. Besides offering varied programming to people living in the hinterland, the smaller cities and towns are ...
Next on FM could be news 20.2.2006 DNA: Money
The government is likely to consider opening up the FM radio sector further, to allow news and current affairs in private stations.
FM radio expansion not a threat: WorldSpace 19.2.2006 ET: Entertainment
Undeterred by the massive expansion lined up in FM radio, satellite radio service provider WorldSpace, which is investing close to 150 million dollars in the Indian market, has chalked out new growth strategies for the country.
Adlabs expects good ad revenue from radio biz 17.2.2006 HBL: Marketing
The Managing Director of Adlabs Films, Mr Manmohan Shetty, assures that though there would be other players in the cities for which the company holds FM radio licenses, "there is always space for a third player and being new in the business, we ...
Government plans third phase of FM privatisation 17.2.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
After the successful second phase of FM radio privatisation, the Government plans to put on offer additional frequencies in 70 or more cities. Mr S.K. Arora, Secretary, Information and Broadcasting Ministry, said, "We are looking at coming out ...
3rd phase of FM Radio to start: Govt 15.2.2006 ET: Entertainment
Enthused by the tremendous response to the second phase of bidding for private FM radio, the government has decided to come out with a third phase to sell frequencies in up to 70 more cities, Information and Broadcasting Secretary S K Arora on Wednesday said.
'FM radio is not our current priority in India' 14.2.2006 DNA: Money
Charlie Stocks, media vice-president of Reuters believes the FDI limit for news broadcasters in India is consistent with the FDI levels across the world.
There???s something in the air 11.2.2006 Deccan Herald
There???s something in the air
Anna varsity plans TV network 9.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
It is likely to go on air by 2007, says Vice-Chancellor D. Viswanathan
Anna University plans television network 9.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
It is likely to go on air by 2007, says Vice-Chancellor
Anna varsity to start postal MBA, MCA 9.2.2006 New Indian Express
Anna varsity to start postal MBA, MCA
Anna FM 90.4 tunes in to third year 8.2.2006 New Indian Express
Anna FM 90.4 tunes in to third year
An expanded role for radio 7.2.2006 Hindu: Opinion
Of all the communications technologies that are accessible to the vast majority in the country, radio is pre-eminent. It is portable and relatively inexpensive to access. Credit for building a sound base for broadcasting in the far corners of the ...
Get set to tune in to more FM stations 7.2.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Six more operators get licences for Bangalore
Get set to tune in to more FM stations 7.2.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Six more private FM radio operators awarded licences for Bangalore
FM radio set to explode as bidding ends 5.2.2006 ET: Media
Friday has seen the conclusion of a massive dose of deregulation seldom seen anywhere in the world, where mass entertainment in the shape of private FM radio will be able to cover 350-400 million people in the months ahead.
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