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national | 29 Dec 2010

We are happy to share, but after recouping our investments: Bhushan Kumar, T-Series

A letter to the Media and Entertainment Industry, from Bhushan Kumar, MD of Music Label giant T-Series

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resources | 28 Dec 2010

RAM WK 50/10: AIR stations lose most in week of...

MUMBAI: There was not much change in the market shares per Radio Audience Measurement (RAM) data...

resources | 21 Dec 2010

RAM Wk 49/10: AIR stations rally in Mumbai, Bangalore

MUMBAI: AIR stations, which had lost maximum share combined across Bangalore, Mumbai and Kolkata in...

regulators | 21 Dec 2010

Yash Chopra, Ramesh Sippy, Mukesh Bhatt: 'This is the most anti-...

It will be recalled that earlier this month, the Parliamentary Standing Committee, headed by Oscar...

private fm stations | 20 Dec 2010

Harrish M Bhatia: You don't READ Radio, you LISTEN to it!

Looking at the Radio industry from a leader's perspective, Harrish M Bhatia, CEO of 94.3 MY FM, speaks of the problems of the industry, offers advice to the AROI, and lashes out at the fact that a Readership survey is gauging a medium that is listened to, and not read  And more. In conversation...

resources | 14 Dec 2010

RAM Wk 48/10: AIR suffers in 3 metros; Mirchi, Radio One gain most overall

MUMBAI: Per Radio Audience Measurement (RAM) data for Week 48 (20-27 Nov/10) across all people 12+ at all places of listening, AIR stations have lost the maximum share combined across Bangalore, Mumbai and Kolkata. Radio Mirchi and Radio One were the main gainers in that order. In Mumbai, Kolkata...

community radio | 14 Dec 2010

I&B Secy hopes community radios will begin sharing software

NEW DELHI: Information and Broadcasting Ministry Secretary Raghu Menon today said community radio has to be a two-way medium so that people could make better use of the information being imparted.

community radio | 13 Dec 2010

I&B Secy opens 3-day Community Radio consultation

* National level consultation being attended by UK, Singapore, Australia, Canada, Nepal, Bangladesh, India, among others * Jointly organized by I&B Ministry, UNESCO;  partnered by Community Radio Forum India, Ford Foundation 

private fm stations | 10 Dec 2010

Apurva Purohit: Radio can do 8%, if Phase-3 happens at all

Apurva Purohit, CEO Radio City 91.1 FM, in conversation with Pavan R Chawla, Director Content Indiantelevision Group and Editor RadioAndMusic.com, about the Radio Industry; her views on IRS and RAM; Radio City's successful internet Radio Station with 14 lakh listeners; content differentiation;...

radio | 01 Dec 2010

LV Krishnan: RAM expansion depends on what Industry wants, and what it can afford

L V Krishnan, CEO – TAM Media Research, tells Pavan R Chawla, CSO & Director Content -- Indiantelevision Group, and Editor -- RadioAndMusic.com that his team is looking at Hyderabad and Chennai from the perspective of setting up RAM's approach for tier-two and tier-three cities, and that...

private fm stations | 30 Nov 2010

Archana's Diary: Day-II with Sukhi ji

This had to be my most memorable experience of escorting the Musical-e-Azam (MeA) guest at 6:30 in the morning! Sukhwinder Singh is a huge fitness freak! He had once told me that his 6 bedroom apartment in Juhu is a gym and a doghouse, as every room has some gym equipment or the other, and his five...

resources | 30 Nov 2010

RAM Week 46: Huge recovery for Radio City in Mumbai; Mirchi loses 1.2% in Kolkata, remains No.1 there

*City adds 2.3% share in Mumbai *AIR stations drop shares in Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai

resources | 23 Nov 2010

RAM Week 45: Big gains for AIR FM-1 in all 4 metros; Radio City loses 1.3% in Mumbai

MUMBAI: In simple % gain terms, the biggest gainer in Wk 45 per RAM Data All India, 12+ all listening places for the whole week, was Akashvani Mumbai which gained 0.8%, followed closely by AIR FM1-Rainbow which gained 0.7% in Mumbai, 0.6% in Delhi, 0.5% in Bangalore and 0.3% in Kolkata. It has been...

international | 23 Nov 2010

Rajat Kakar: Why should I subsidize the Radio business!

Rajat Kakar, Managing Director - Universal Music Group India, is a passionate, straight-talking leader who has been in the music business for the last 14 years, starting with Sony Music when it began operations in India in 1996. As MD UMG India, Kakar has been transforming UMG from a physical-media...

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