MUMBAI: After churning out 14 albums and selling three million records, UK based Christian band Delirious? has announced its decision to disband at the end of the year.
The band which first played at the Ichthus Festival in 2001, belted out several hits like â€?Did You Feel the Mountains Tremble', â€?I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever', â€?History Maker' will play a farewell concert in London on 29 November, then the members will go their separate ways.
MUMBAI: The official webpage of Def Leppard has announced an interactive experience which it will be offering for those attending the Def Leppard 2009 tour.
"Fans Turn 'ON' Your Bluetooth VISIBILITY" reads an the official release on th website. "Those attending will receive FREE Def Leppard Content via Bluetooth & Wifi, Experience Rockzimity. Accept The Message, Get The Content. Get Rocked." it adds. Fans arriving at the show, with any of the 1,200 compatible enabled mobile ...
MUMBAI: Tips Senior VP- Music division Rajeev Sogani has quit the organisation after an association of more than 20 years.
Eshwar Advani would be handling operations following Sogani's exit, confirms Tips Industries managing director Kumar Taurani.
MUMBAI: Teen Diaries LLC, a youth entertainment and media company, has rolled out its newest youth-driven media 'TD Radio'.
An interactive, live, weekly internet talk-radio show, TD radio features programming, targeting teens and young adults who enjoy urban and pop culture.
'TD Radio' airs every Thursday night at 6 pm on blogtalkradio.com/tdradio. The radio talk show will explore heavy-hitting topics such as interracial dating, safe sex, fitness, success in the workplace and more.
MUMBAI: Fever FM's Mumbai station, which recently added a clutch of high profile radio jockeys to its roster, has coaxed another wellknown RJ into its fold.
The latest RJ to join the Fever bandwagon is a popular face of a rival radio station. Sources say the new RJ would be hosting the show at Fever from the morning of 15 June.
Radioandmusic.com had earlier mentioned that Fever 104's focus for 2009 would be acquiring talent and strengthening its programming. Following on those lines, Fever has been concentrating on its Mumbai station and hiring RJs this year.
MUMBAI: 'Stop and listen' is what BBC seems to be calling out to its listeners. In a first of its kind initiative, â€?Save our Sounds' by BBC World Service will appear to build a sound map of the world with the help of the audience to save endangered sounds from extinction.
The project will collect sounds from around the globe to create an aural snapshot of the world. From bells, to taxi horns and the shouts of street traders, Save Our Sounds is on a quest to make people around the world stop, listen and think about the defining noises around them.
MUMBAI: The dark days seem to be behind global music major EMI.
The company has said it is expanding its digital division as part of its strategy to grow non-physical income.
The record label, which last month said its digital sales had jumped 15 per cent year on year to now account for 35 per cent of its annual income, is adding to its team to increase online marketing activity.
Among those EMI is looking to recruit are digital media managers, digital creative developers, CRM managers and search marketing managers
MUMBAI: Emmis Communications Corporation has partnered with StreamTheWorld, radio industry's streaming technology and services company and Ando Media, industry standard for real-time audience measurement and ad management solutions to put all Emmis radio stations on a new, high-quality streaming platform.
"Ando Media and StreamTheWorld's platforms will allow us to provide our audiences with an outstanding listening experience and our advertisers with an enhanced degree of service and accountability," said Emmis SVP and CSO Greg Loewen.
MUMBAI: Some of the most experienced musicians from the classical scene plan to come together on 13 June at Mumbai's Rangsharda for an experimental concert themed on the amalgamation of lights and colours.
The band that is behind the venture is Vibgyor - a brain child of Ratish, an eminent violinist. The band features virtuosuo musicians like tabla meastro Pt. Vijay Ghate, flautist Rakesh Chaurasia, Sufi Vocalist Runa Rizvi, Drummer Mukul Deore, Singer Rahul Deshpande (grandson of the legendary Pt. Vasantrao Deshpande) and Keyboard player Atul Raninga.
MUMBAI: Ashit Kukian has been promoted to the post of President, Sales at Radio City, as part of the organisation's exercise of re-aligning the entire sales team.
Kukian has been with Radio City since 2005, when he joined the organisation, as National Head - Sales. He was currently holding charge as executive vice president and national sales head.
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