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Category: FM Radio
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FM bidding separates smarter players from rest 5.2.2006 DNA: Top News
The recent bidding war for FM radio frequencies has created many winners and losers, but some winners may have won only pyrrhic victories.
How luxurious is your bath? 4.2.2006 Hindu:Property Plus: Chennai
How exciting can your bath get? With FM radio, steam bath and massagers, bath enclosures are sure to catch the young eye in the market. A look at techie bath solutions, by RANJANI GOVIND
Radio Mirchi bags six more frequencies 4.2.2006 ET: Entertainment
The government is likely to earn Rs 1,134 crore as licence fee by selling 338 FM radio stations in 91 cities across the country.
Govt gives out 53 FM stations 4.2.2006 Rediff: Business
The total number of stations which were put on bid was 64 and the government managed to earn Rs 177 crore (Rs 1.77 billion) as revenue.
Second Phase of Private FM Radio bidding concludes 4.2.2006 Govt of india: PIB
Second Phase of Private FM Radio bidding concludes
Govt set to garner Rs 1,100 cr from FM radio privatisation 4.2.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
THE Government is set to garner about Rs 1,134 crore as one-time entry fee and migration fee in the second phase of FM radio privatisation. Of the total 338 frequencies put on block, about 279 were allotted to various players after bidding was ...
Govt gives out 53 FM stations 4.2.2006 Business Standard
Govt gives out 53 FM stations
Sun TV network emerges biggest FM radio bidder 3.2.2006 Financial Express: Front Page
After completion of the five-leg financial bidding process for the 337 frequencies in second phase of expansion of private FM radio, Sun TV network emerged as the single largest group claiming 67 frequencies at an estimated investment of over Rs 80 crore.
Radio Mirchi wins all nine cities in West Zone Phase 2 1.2.2006 ET: Entertainment
ENIL has bagged licences for all the nine cities it bid for in the Phase 2 bidding for West Zone held last week.
Radio route to reach out to rural areas 30.1.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
TIRUPATI: In what could be termed a giant leap in taking education to the doorsteps of women, Sri Padmavathi Mahila Viswa Vidyalayam (SPMVV) is planning to take the FM radio route to reach out to the rural areas, for which it is contemplating ...
Manjeri FM station inaugurated 29.1.2006 New Indian Express
Manjeri FM station inaugurated
Radio Mirchi bags all nine frequencies 28.1.2006 ET: Entertainment
ENIL - owner of Radio Mirchi brand - has bagged all nine FM radio stations it bid for in the Western sector.
Bidding for 68 Pvt. FM radio in Western States concludes 28.1.2006 Govt of india: PIB
Bidding for 68 Pvt. FM radio in Western States concludes
Sun finally rises above Adlabs 27.1.2006 DNA: Money
The Sun group has a total of 56 radio stations across India, while Adlabs has 49. Entertainment Network India Ltd (ENIL) is a distant third with 26 stations.
Time to tune in 26.1.2006 Business Standard
Time to tune in
Radio sales dance to FM beats 24.1.2006 Telegraph: North Bengal
The radio set at home that has been gathering dust for years; Rakhalda's transistor in the roadside tea stall; a mobile with an in-built radio.
Access to online radio may soon get easier ? Epigon Media working on recording tool 24.1.2006 HBL: Front Page
ONLINE radio has charmed music fans all over the world. Bangalore-based Epigon Media Technologies is working on an independent software application similar to a desktop music player such as Winamp, which will make listening to online radio a ...
Private FM stations not to broadcast news 24.1.2006 TOI: India
I&B Minister Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi has said that private FM radio stations in the country will not be allowed to broadcast news for another two to three years.
After crossing 15% limit, FM players to give up stations 23.1.2006 DNA: Money
Around 275 to 280 private radio stations are expected to be allotted during the second phase of FM privatisation, the process for which is on.
FM radio bidding: Govt expects over Rs 20.7 cr 23.1.2006 Sify Finance
The Government has said that it expects to garner over Rs 20.7 crore as entry fee from private players (in the second phase) bidding for FM radio in the Eastern Zone.
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