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PM to give second radio broadcast on 2 November, last broadcast beamed by 270 FM channels 25.10.2014 Radioandmusic.com

NEW DELHI: In an effort to fulfil his promise of sharing his thoughts with the people through All India Radio at least twice a month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s next ‘Mann ki Baat’ broadcast will be on 2 November.

"Looking forward to the 2nd "Mann Ki Baat" Radio Programme on Sunday 2nd November 2014 at 11AM," the Prime Minister tweeted.

"Once again, I invite you to share thoughts, comments and examples of good governance initiatives that have left an impression on your mind," the Prime Minister added.

PM to give second radio broadcast on 2 November, last broadcast beamed by 270 FM channels 24.10.2014 www.indiantelevision.com
NEW DELHI: In an effort to fulfill his promise of sharing his thoughts with the people through All India Radio at least twice a month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s next ‘Mann ki Baat’ broadcast will be on 2 November.   "Looking forward to the 2nd "Mann Ki Baat" radio programme on Sunday 2nd November 2014 at 11AM," the Prime Minister tweeted.  "Once again, I invite you to share thoughts, comments and examples of good governance initiatives that have left an impression on your mind," the Prime Minister added.  An Open Forum has been created on MyGov.in where ideas and thoughts for the radio programme can be shared.   Meanwhile, AIR director general F Sheheryar told indiantelevision.com that 270 private and AIR FM channels all over the country had carried the broadcast earlier this month, apart from almost all the television news channels. The address in Hindi was also streamed live on several websites. It is learnt that the broadcast was accessible to 91 per cent of the population.   In his address on 4 ...
New jobs on the block 22.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
New jobs on the block
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Radio training 22.10.2014 Hindu: Cities
While we tune to FM radio stations to listen to our favourite songs and talk shows hosted by radio jockeys (RJ), the concept of community radios is something that is yet to catch up in the city. An...
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Age not a criterion for AIR announcers/radio jockeys who undergo voice modulation tests 21.10.2014 Radioandmusic.com

NEW DELHI: All India Radio will not consider the age of its radio jockeys when conducting skill and voice modulation tests.

Noting that ‘monotony is venom for any broadcaster’, AIR Director General F Sheheryar told Radioandmusic.com that a broadcaster needs to recreate itself to remain popular.

While stressing that none of the radio jockeys were permanent employees and were on contract for presenting programmes for a maximum of six days a month, Sheheryar said that some of the presenters had gone to court in Kolkata but had lost the case. 

e-awareness against banned crackers 21.10.2014 Kolkata News, Kolkata City News | Cities News - Times of India
The Bengal government is stressing more on awareness rather than taking punitive measures on banned firecrackers. It has resorted to some hi-tech ways make the public conscious of the noise evil: using the Facebook and Twitter to restrict people, especially the young against explosives that don’t have legal ...
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Radio, as you like it 20.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Radio, as you like it
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Radio, as you like it 18.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Radio, as you like it
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Radio, as you like it 18.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Radio, as you like it
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Radio, as you like it 18.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Radio, as you like it
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'Apna Phone' From Champion Stable 18.10.2014 newindianexpress.com
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BMC turns to ‘Viru’, ‘Lion’ to promote swachhta theme 18.10.2014 Asian Age: Mumbai
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to cash in on popular dialogues from Hindi films to promote the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, which is being implemented throughout the country for cleanliness. Mimicries and parodies of such dialogues and memorable characters from films will be used in audio clips to spread the message of cleanlines in the city. “We are thinking of several measures to inculcate the importance of hygiene among people. Audio clips are one of them. We are in the process of appointing a agency to prepare these clips,” said deputy municipal commissioner Prakash Patil (solid waste management). According to civic officials, mimicries of the voices of Dharmendra (as Viru in the famous water tank scene from Sholay), Jeevan, Asrani, Ajit, known for his role as the villain Lion (Mona Darling), Omprakash, among others, reciting famous lines will be used to preach the benefits of cleanliness. These audio clips will be aired in film theatres, multiplexes and FM radio stations. “These ...
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Radio, as you like it 17.10.2014 Hindu: Metroplus
We all love tuning in to our local radio stations when passing time at home or are stuck in traffic. However, sometimes all you want to do is listen to some good songs, but the RJ just will not sto...
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Auctions will be followed by few M&A in the Indian radio industry 15.10.2014 Radioandmusic.com

MUMBAI: The talks of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) have already started amongst the radio players. It would be a chance for many players to enter new markets through M&A rather than going through the tedious auction process. The Phase III process is expected to end by the first quarter of the calendar year 2015, which will be followed by the radio stations announcing their M&A plans.

Mobiles turn boon for AIR 15.10.2014 Hubli - City - The Times of India
Mobile phones with FM radio seem to have become a boon for Vividh Bharati (VB) channel of All India Radio (AIR) Dharwad.
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Ignou in talks with Prasar Bharati after Gyanvani stopped 15.10.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Ignou in talks with Prasar Bharati after Gyanvani stopped
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PM Modi`s `man ki baat` was heard by 66% of listeners in 6 cities 15.10.2014 Zee News : India National
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "man ki baat" address to the nation on October 3 on All India Radio (AIR) was listened by over 66 per cent of the people in six cities of the country.
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Narendra Modi's 'man ki baat' was heard by 66% of listeners in 6 cities 14.10.2014 Oneindia.in: News
New Delhi, Oct 14:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "man ki baat" address to the nation on October 3 on All India Radio (AIR) was listened by over 66 per cent of the people in six cities of the country. The
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Narendra Modi's 'man ki baat' was heard by 66% of listeners in 6 cities 14.10.2014 DNA: Mumbai
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "man ki baat" address to the nation on October 3 on All India Radio (AIR) was listened by over 66% of the people in six cities of the country. The survey was conducted randomly in Mumbai, Chennai, Ahmadabad, Bangalore, Bhopal and Trivandrum covering 100 listeners in each of these cities, said Director General of AIR F Sheharyar. "It was found that 66.7% of the people had listened to the PM's speech on AIR and they found it very useful," he said. Addressing the nation on the ocassion of Vijaya Dashami, Modi had urged people to share their thoughts with him in what may become a more regular conversation on Sundays at 11 a.m. The transmission was also carried by several private TV channels and FM radios. Sheharyar also talked about AIR's plans to broadcast programmes which are run on medium wave on FM,l thus giving a new lease of life to the popular programmes aired on medium wave stations. "At present, there are 45 medium wave stations in the country and our aim is FMisation ...
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PM Modi's 'mann ki baat' was heard by 66% of listeners in 6 cities 14.10.2014 CNN-IBN: Politics
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "mann ki baat" address to the nation on October 3 on All India Radio (AIR) was listened by over 66 per cent of the people in six cities of the country.
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