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Radio City starts offering locally relevant content at metro stations

MUMBAI: Giving a new dimension to travel entertainment, Radio City 91.1 FM, a leading radio network, has partnered with LMRC (Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation) to offer specialised content across all stations.

Regulators I&B Ministry
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Radio City launches initiative to felicitate regional film fraternity

Radio City 91.1FM, a leading radio network, in yet another pioneering move, announced Radio City Cine Awards, its first ever award initiative to felicitate regional film fraternity in India. There are 10 different categories like favourite actor, favourite actress, favourite director, favourite...

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Great Place To Work Institute ranks Radio City among India’s Top 3 media firms

MUMBAI: Radio City, a part of Music Broadcast Limited (MBL), has emerged as a leader in the ‘India’s Best Companies To Work For – 2017’ study. Radio City has had a consistent presence in the list and the inclusion of Music Broadcast Ltd., has earned the radio network the coveted position for the...

Regulators I&B Ministry
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Red FM joins Greenpeace in attempt to protect Mumbai from dramatic climate changes

MUMBAI: Red FM, which positions itself as India’s station of expression has announced its support for ‘Switch for Mumbai’.

Television TV Channels Music and Youth
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Content differentiation key for FM radio business

MUMBAI: Radio has the potential to grow at a compounded rate of 30-35 per cent over the next 10 years. "In India, radio has the potential to become a 13 per cent medium. Currently, its share is just 3 per cent while the world averages 7-8 per cent," said Radio Mirchi deputy CEO Prashant Pandey...

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