MUMBAI: Perhaps, the way Australians will hear music will change from now on.
After the doom in the record sales industry, labels have been brainstroming to lure music lovers to 'buy' music digitally.
Just as people subscribe to pay TV, this would be "pay music", with Australia's major music labels including Sony Music, Universal Music, EMI and Warner Music banding together to create a subscription service.
MUMBAI: Radio Misty 94.3 FM, the first and Number one fm station of North Bengal celebrated Independence Day with series of programmes on air and on ground in Siliguri.
Radio Misty aired a special series Salam India, where wonderful work done by unknown heroes was taken on air. Apart from this BBC Tailor made shows was taken on air. In Morning show Misty subah was on theme freedom from cancer. Director of North Bengal Oncology centre Dr Pankaj choudhari was live on air talking about care and cure of cancer.
MUMBAI: Nine on 91.9 FM, Siliguri once again expressed its sense of belonging to this part of India â€“ West Bengal â€“ by being the official radio partners of the Hilsa Festival hosted by The Symphony Garden Retreat, the new luxury boutique hotel and restaurant set amidst a lush tea garden in association with Ananda Bazaar Patrika.
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