RadioandMusic
| 22 Feb 2020
21 Feb 2020

The Podcast revolution at The Radio Festival

MUMBAI: The Radio Festival, organized and initiated by Seeking Modern Applications for Real Transformation (SMART) in collaboration with UNESCO had a bouquet of interesting panels on poetry, podcas

30 Jan 2020

Club formats ensured national reach giving us an...

Bollyboom, a percept property that has indulged itself into many youth festival IPs and is widely known to provide a platform for upcoming DJs

30 Jul 2007

Dr R Shreedhar - Content generation is possible if you have many people keen on a social cause

He could well be described as one of the pioneers of the radio sector in India. Dr R Shreedhar has been with All India Radio for 30 years, has headed the media unit of the Indira Gandhi National Open University for five years, and was instrumental in starting the Gyandarshan, Eklavya and Vyas channels for Doordarshan, as also Anna FM, the first private community radio station in India.
He is now the director of Commonwealth Association Media Center for Asia, the Asia wing of Commonwealth of Learning.

28 Jun 2007

Unesco Advisor Jocelyn Josiah - Community radio allows common people to be heard by the powerful

This is a hot seat," sighs Jocelyn Josiah, as we settle down for the interview. The lady is neck deep in her work as Advisor to Unesco, for Communication and Information, Asia. Under Josiah's purview are India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

25 Jun 2007

B.A.G. Films managing director Anurradha Prasad - Aspiration is what we have to sell

Radio Dhamaal is the newest kid on the FM radio block in India. And, like any latter sibling, it stands to face a lot of comparisons with the older offspring, and needs to prove its mettle to hold its own in a field cluttered by the elder brothers. But Dhamaal, brainchild of the Anurradha Prasad led B.A.G. Infotainment, is ready to take on the veterans in the fray. Having launched scarcely a week ago in Hissar and Karnal, Prasad sounds upbeat about the initial response to the stations.

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