User: venniyoor Topic: FM Radio
Category: FM Radio
Last updated: Jul 28 2016 13:52 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Radio station plays Good Samaritan in upper Assam 28.7.2016 Guwahati - City - The Times of India
A community radio station team based in Dibrugarh district is reaching out to flood-hit people in areas where government officials are finding it impossible to go.
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Run for girl child's education 28.7.2016 newindianexpress.com
Penn Kalvi, a mini-marathon, will be conducted by the students of MOP Vaishnav College in August as a part of the institute’s silver jubilee celebrations.
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Last date for FM phase III second batch auction applications extended by one week 27.7.2016 Radioandmusic.com
NEW DELHI: The last date for receipt of applications for the e-auction of the second batch of FM radio Phase-III channels comprising 266 channels in 92 cities has been extended to 5 pm of 8 August 2016. Similarly, in an amendment issued today, the Information and Broadcasting Ministry has extended the last date for issuing clarifications to 26 July 2016, Earlier, these dates were 1 August and 21 July 2016 respectively. The auctions, which include 227 channels in 69 fresh cities and 39 channels in 23 existing cities, which had remained unsold as there were no bids, are to be held around mid-September this year. Changes in Net worth Clause The ministry also made some changes in the net worth requirements of applicants, which can be seen on its website mib.nic.in. Essentially, this does away with net worth till 30 June 2016 but remains confined to three years or from incorporation till 31 March 3016. However, provisional financial statements will have to be given till 30 June 2016. Recent increase in FDI ...
Last date for application in auction of second batch of 266 FM channels in Phase III extended by one week 27.7.2016 www.indiantelevision.com
NEW DELHI: The last date for receipt of applications for the e-auction of the second batch of FM Radio Phase-III channels comprising 266 channels in 92 cities has been extended to 8 August 2016 by 5 pm. Similarly in an amendment issued today, the Information and Broadcasting Ministry has extended the last date for issuing clarifications to 26 July 2016, Earlier, these dates were 1 August and 21 July 2016 respectively. The auctions, which include 227 channels in 69 fresh cities and 39 channels in 23 existing cities which had remained unsold as there were no bids, are to be held around mid-September this year. Changes in Networth Clause The Ministry also made some changes in the networth requirements of applicants, which can be seen on its website mib.nic.in. Essentially, this does away with networth till 30 June 2016 but remains confined to three years or from incorporation till 31 March 3016. However, provisional financial statement will have to be given till 30 June 2016. Recent increase in FDI increase ...
Film made by School of Communication students bags first prize 25.7.2016 Hindu: Karnataka
A short film Baanuli Kendra made by two students of the School of Communication, a constituent of Manipal University, bagged the first place in the Community Radio Video Challenge, 2016, a national-le...
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Rail Radio Service to be launched on 1,000 trains 24.7.2016 News
Passengers will not only be treated to popular songs and music but also be updated on train-related information on hourly basis
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Rail Radio Service to be launched on 1000 trains 24.7.2016 TOI: Home
Passengers can soon tune in to popular FM radio stations while travelling on trains, with the Indian Railway firming up plans to roll out a Rail Radio service for 'onboard infotainment' which would also come in handy in emergency situations and disasters.
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Nostalgia of AIR - Eighty-nine years down the air waves 23.7.2016 Radioandmusic.com
NEW DELHI: 'Yeh Aakashwani ka Rashtriya Kendra Hai. Ab Aap Samachar Suniye'. We have all heard this line thousands of times with some minor variation here or there, but have seldom cared to go into the history of what is arguably the world’s largest radio network. And with the transistor and the mobile radio becoming easily accessible and the introduction of FM Radio, radio has had a faster growth in India than anywhere else in the world. But for the avid listeners, they miss the resonant voice of the presenter Ameen Sayani who began on Radio Ceylon but then came to Vividh Bharati. Today, as the National Broadcaster and also the premier Public Service Broadcaster, All India Radio (AIR) has been serving to inform, educate and entertain the masses since its inception, living up to its motto – ‘Bahujan Hitaya : Bahujan Sukhaya’. Prasar Bharati Chief Executive Officer Jawhar Sircar said in a message to Radioandmusic.com on the completion of 89 years of radio broadcasting: "AIR is proud of its legacy, but is ...
Nostalgia of AIR - Eighty-nne years down the air waves 23.7.2016 Radioandmusic.com
NEW DELHI: 'Yeh Aakashwani ka Rashtriya Kendra Hai. Ab Aap Samachar Suniye'. We have all heard this line thousands of times with some minor variation here or there, but have seldom cared to go into the history of what is arguably the world’s largest radio network. And with the transistor and the mobile radio becoming easily accessible and the introduction of FM Radio, radio has had a faster growth in India than anywhere else in the world. But for the avid listeners, they miss the resonant voice of the presenter Ameen Sayani who began on Radio Ceylon but then came to Vividh Bharati. Today, as the National Broadcaster and also the premier Public Service Broadcaster, All India Radio (AIR) has been serving to inform, educate and entertain the masses since its inception, living up to its motto – ‘Bahujan Hitaya : Bahujan Sukhaya’. Prasar Bharati Chief Executive Officer Jawhar Sircar said in a message to Radioandmusic.com on the completion of 89 years of radio broadcasting: "AIR is proud of its legacy, but is ...
Manipal student's short film wins community radio video challenge 23.7.2016 Mangalore - City - The Times of India
He received the award for making a video on role of community studio in emergency situation and its importance during natural calamity.
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Phone news is off AIR 23.7.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Phone news is off AIR
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Ministry of Information and Broadcasting may soon decide on Sun’s radio channels 23.7.2016 ET: Media
The I&B ministry had also sought legal opinion on whether economic violations constitute a threat to the security of the country and if there is a precedent of economic security
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Phone news is off AIR 23.7.2016 Hindu: News
The 24X7 service was launched in the city in 2006
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RPF's promotion drive for security helpine 182 23.7.2016 newindianexpress.com
Recent survey by RPF among commuters showed that 40% of the surveyed population was not aware of the security helpline.
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Radio FM Phase III applicants can get 49 per cent FDI after FIPB clearance 21.7.2016 Radioandmusic.com
New Delhi: Applicants in Phase III of FM Radio will be able to attract foreign direct investment, but the total direct and indirect investment including portfolio and FDI into the company will not exceed 49 per cent at the time of application and currency of licence. In an announcement today, the Government said the company would be required the status of the such foreign holding and it will have to certify that it is within 49 per cent on an yearly basis. It was also clarified that any investment will have to be with the approval of the Foreign Investments Promotion Board. The calculation of the direct or indirect foreign investments will be as per extant policy of the government. This has been done today by an amendent in the Policy Guidelines for Phase III announced on 24 November last year. While announcing a relaxation on FDI in the electronic media on 20 June 2016, the Government had not referred to radio. The government had then opened up setting up of teleports, direct-to-home, cable networks, ...
Radio FM Phase III applicants can get 49 per cent FDI after FIPB clearance 21.7.2016 www.indiantelevision.com
NEW DELHI: Applicants in Phase III of FM Radio will be able to attract foreign direct investment, but the total direct and indirect investment including portfolio and FDI into the company will not exceed 49 per cent at the time of application and currency of licence. In an announcement today, the Government said the company would be required the status of such foreign holding and it will have to certify that it is within 49 per cent on a yearly basis. It was also clarified that any investment will have to be with the approval of the Foreign Investments Promotion Board. The calculation of the direct or indirect foreign investments will be as per extant policy of the government. This has been done today by an amendent in the Policy Guidelines for Phase III announced on 24 November last year. While announcing a relaxation on FDI in the electronic media on 20 June 2016, the Government had not referred to ...
Bombay Vikings go live on Fever 21.7.2016 Radioandmusic.com

MUMBAI: The band's heyday was much before private FM radio stations became de riguer. But it took a radio station to bring one of the country's best loved bands Bombay Vikings back together again.  'Fever Unplugged Live' managed to get Bombay Vikings together in its Mumbai studio for its national show that aired live on social media recently.

The event was live on Fever's Facebook Page and it was viewed by two lakh fifty thousand people. Interestingly, this included frontman Neeraj Shridhar's wife and brother who were watching him live from Norway.

'Radio', 'FM' go missing in Mirchi 98.3 21.7.2016 afaqs! news
 The private FM radio broadcaster launches new signature tune 'Khushi Ki Nayi Dhun', composed by musical duo Sachin-Jigar.
Bengaluru or Chennai, the best place to catch Thalaiva? 20.7.2016 Hindu: Bangalore
One stood in line to be the first to get Air Asia’s Kabali offer, another tried winning a lottery on FM radio before taking a train to Chennai. Bengalureans are trying every trick in the...
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Back in North Kerala, Taliban and ISIS resort to pirate FM channels for recruits 19.7.2016 newindianexpress.com
The infamous ‘FM Mullah’ channel run by the Taliban and popular in Pakistan and Afghanistan have popped up over past few months in Kerala.
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