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Category: FM Radio
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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.
FM: Radio Mid Day make highest bid in Delhi 6.1.2006 ET: Media
Radio Mid Day is understood to have emerged as the highest bidder for FM Radio license in Delhi, while Anil Ambani-controlled Adlabs and HT Music and Entertainment have come second and third.
India Today bids for 9 FM stations 6.1.2006 Rediff: Business
The group -- which early this month sold its FM radio business to a consortium of NDTV, Malaysia's Astro and Hyderabad-based Value Lab -- said that it was hopeful of prospects in this round.
Big investors may tune in to FM radio 6.1.2006 Rediff: Business
India's private FM radio sector is expected to get foreign investments of Rs 500 crore in the next 12 to 18 months.
BBC wins Indian FM radio licences 6.1.2006 BBC South Asia
BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, wins seven licences in the Indian radio sector.
29 cos submit financial bids for FM radio 6.1.2006 HBL: Breaking News
Aggressive FM bids yield over Rs 500 crore to Union Govt's kitty 6.1.2006 DNA: Top News
Private FM radio hopefuls bid aggressively for frequencies in cities categorised as A and A+, fetching the govt a one-time entry fee of over Rs 500 crore.
Living Media sells FM radio biz in three metros 5.1.2006 HBL: Corporate
LIVING Media Group has sold Radio Today (Mumbai) Broadcasting Ltd, Radio Today (Delhi) Broadcasting Ltd and Radio Today (Calcutta) Broadcasting Ltd to a joint venture between Value Labs, Malaysia's media group - Astro and NDTV News. Industry ...
Red takeover creates waves on FM 5.1.2006 Telegraph: Business
The FM radio waves are abuzz again.
`Second phase FM privatisation can fetch Rs 1,350-cr revenue' 5.1.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
THE Government could mop up as much as Rs 1,350 crore as One Time Entry Fee (OTEF) in the second phase of FM radio privatisation, according to a study carried out by consultancy firm Big River Radio (India). The government has invited bids for ...
sells 3.5 per cent stake in Mid-Day Multimedia 5.1.2006 HBL: Markets
sells 3.5 per cent stake in Mid-Day MultimediaINDIAN Express Newspapers has sold 3.5 per cent stake in Mid-Day Multimedia in the last couple of days in the open market. At the end of September 2005, Indian Express had 10 per cent stake in the company. Filings with stock exchanges show ...
Value Labs JV buys Living Media FM radio licences 4.1.2006 DNA: Money
A joint venture between Hyderabad-based information technology service provider Value Labs, TV news network NDTV and Malaysian media company Astro have bought all three radio licences of the Living Media group for an estimated sum of Rs 100 crore.
Govt to open bids for FM stations 4.1.2006 ET: Entertainment
India will invite bids for more than 300 new FM radio stations, sparking a rush of global broadcasters to enter the country's liberalised radio sector, officials said on Wednesday.
NDTV forays into FM radio 4.1.2006 ET: Media
Media company NDTV has made a foray into the private FM Radio segment by picking up a stake in India Today's radio venture, Radio Today Broadcasting.
BBC bids for Indian radio licence 4.1.2006 BBC South Asia
BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, is to bid for licences in the Indian radio sector.
Strict eligibility norms may force media houses to play low key in bidding for FM 4.1.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
EVEN as the number of cities tabled for FM radio have increased manifold in the imminent second round of bidding for the service, strict eligibility norms could see some players beating a retreat. A total of 338 channels in 91 cities go to the ...
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