RadioandMusic
| 23 Sep 2018
music services | 22 Sep 2018

A3C Conference in Atlanta dedicates a day of programming to Women in Charge of the hip-hop music industry

MUMBAI: Women have always been forces to be reckoned with in the hip-hop community.

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radio | 22 Sep 2018

Equipments that are an essential part of a Radio...

MUMBAI: With radio seeing good days in India, Radio Jockeys and their shows are quite popular.

resources | 21 Sep 2018

RAM Week 35: Fever FM sustains top position in Mumbai and Delhi

MUMBAI: In the Week 35 of RAM, Fever FM sustained its top spot in both Mumbai and Delhi.

apps | 21 Sep 2018

Jazz Goa to launch first western music app outside India

MUMBAI: Jazz Goa is gearing for the launch of the first western music app outside India.

resources | 06 Sep 2018

BARC Week 35: Zoom make a drastic fall!

MUMBAI: In Week 35 of Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC), Zoom has scaled down in its impressions with 58995 impressions (‘000s) as compared to last week’s 61439 impressions (‘000s).

private fm stations | 05 Sep 2018

The upcoming Ganpati festival is what we are looking forward to bringing more Nanded advertisers on board: Ranjit Pathak

MUMBAI: Popular RED FM that recently extended its branch to Nanded, Maharashtra with the launch of their new radio station there, has a win-win strategy to not only promote this new venture in the market, but also to enthral the audience with their exceptional content.

publishing | 05 Sep 2018

The current state of Indian Music Industry

MUMBAI: Indian music industry today stands nineteenth in the global music market, as per a report by International Phonographic Industry. Currently, the Indian market is valued at 850 crore, including revenues from digital and video streams.

labels | 04 Sep 2018

T-Series joins hands with BR Studios

MUMBAI: Bhushan Kumar and T-Series has once again come together to work with the Chopra family as the label joins hand with BR Studios.

artiste management | 04 Sep 2018

Mumbai based Post Office creates Jason Derulo's 'Goodbye' lyrical video for Warner Bros. Records

MUMBAI: Post Office, in association with Warner Bros. Records, recently released the official lyrical video for the song, Goodbye by Jason Derulo. The track enlists a number of artists, with Jason Derulo being accompanied by David Guetta, Nicki Minaj and Willy William.

international radio | 04 Sep 2018

Digital Radio Mondiale gears for IBC 2018

MUMBAI: Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) is gearing up for an exciting presence and new announcements at this year’s International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam, from 14- 19 September.

private fm stations | 03 Sep 2018

94.3 MY FM Jaipur's RJ Kartik crosses one million followers on Facebook

MUMBAI: 94.3 MY FM Jaipur’s star RJ Kartik has achieved another milestone by crossing one million followers on Facebook.  With this feat, he has become the second most followed RJ, on social media, in India.

private fm stations | 03 Sep 2018

Radio City Super Singer: Devarshee Dasgupta crowned winner by music Director Vishal Mishra

MUMBAI: India’s biggest singing talent hunt ‘Ralco Tyres Presents - Radio City Super Singer Season 10, today achieved a milestone with the 10th edition of the Grand Finale at Infiniti Mall, Malad and crowned super singer, Devarshee Dasgupta as the winner in the city of dreams

private fm stations | 31 Aug 2018

Increase in advertisement rates of Fever FM and Radio Nasha up to 15%

MUMBAI: Known among the fastest growing radio networks in India, Fever FM has a listener base of over 27 million. With this dominating leadership, the channel enjoys, the network has decided to increase the advertising rates up to 15% for Fever FM and Radio Nasha.

publishing | 31 Aug 2018

CD Baby hires Heli Del Moral as new VP of International Development

MUMBAI: CD Baby, the publishing and distribution powerhouse behind the world’s self-managed artists, has hired its first VP of International Development, Heli Del Moral. Del Moral will be building CD Baby’s business outside of North America and Europe.

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