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23 Sep 2022

Govinda to become India’s Shopping Partner this festive season with BIG FM’s latest campaign BIG FM SUPER DUPER DHAMAKA

MUMBAI: BIG FM, one of the leading radio networks in the country, has always been the champion of bringing an innovative and all-encompassing experience to its listeners.

21 Sep 2022

Red FM raises awareness for Traffic Safety with...

MUMBAI: 93.5 Red FM, India’s leading private radio and entertainment network introduced the campaign “Rule Mat Bhool” to raise awareness around tra

21 Sep 2022

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15 Sep 2022

'Getting Intimate 2.0' returns on Hungama Artist Aloud with a great mix of talent

MUMBAI: After wrapping up the much-loved first

14 Aug 2009

Big FM sticks to lead in Bangalore

MUMBAI: The lead that Big FM snatched from the metro ruler Mirchi was kept up in week 31, with Big FM valiantly trying to catch up in Kolkata as well.

Radio Mirchi however kept up its seven week lead in metros except Bangalore. Interestingly, All India Radio's FM Gold station maintained itself in the third position in Delhi as well as Mumbai.

07 Aug 2009

Big FM sneaks ahead of Mirchi in Bangalore

MUMBAI: Radio Mirchi's stranglehold over the top position in the metros weakened in week 30 with Big FM breaking the jinx in Bangalore. In the other metros however, Mirchi's dominance refused to give in to the rivals.

04 Aug 2009

Gyan Vani to add 11 more FM radio stations soon

NEW DELHI: The number of Gyan Vani FM Radio channels set up by the Human Resources Development Ministry and the Indira Gandhi National Open University with the help of Prasar Bharati will go up to 37 shortly, with 11 more channels coming up in Phase-1.

These 37 stations, with a radius of 60 to 70 km, are dedicated FM stations for education and broadcast programmes of interest to students. Some of these are located in places such as Jabalpur, Raipur, Guwahati, Shillong, etc. which have significant remote areas with tribal population in their reach.

31 Jul 2009

Mirchi maintains status quo, AIR's Gold is no.3 in Delhi, Mumbai

MUMBAI: There have been no major upsets in the RAM figures for week 29, just out. While other stations have claimed leads in certain demographics and certain time slots during the past week, the overall leadership position has been maintained by Radio Mirchi in the metros.

25 Jul 2009

Mumbai Univ's CR station Radio Must starts two new shows

MUMBAI: Mumbai University's community radio station, Radio Must has two new shows in its offering.

The station has started a show on HIV awareness three weeks back where people can call in and ask questions. Explains Station Head Pankaj Athavale, We have a counselor coming whom people can call in for their queries. The counselor will talk about other aspects such as prevention and precautions.... The show will be multi-lingual so as to attract listeners from all economic background.

24 Jul 2009

Big FM narrows Mirchi's lead in Kolkata, Bangalore

MUMBAI: Save the occasional blip, Radio Mirchi appears to be holding sway over the top position in the four metros. Week 28 has been no different. Mirchi consolidated its position across the metros, although Big FM came close to touching the topper in Kolkata and Bangalore. In Mumbai, erstwhile leader Red stayed a notch behind Mirchi, still unable to bridge the gap that was forged a couple of months ago.

17 Jul 2009

Radio Mirchi continues lead in metros

MUMBAI: Radio Mirchi has refused to give up its lead in the four metros in week 27, according to RAM data just out.

Red FM is snapping at the leader's heels in Mumbai, and Fever has managed another surge in Delhi, but in the 12 plus demographic in the metros, Mirchi's hold appears strong for the present.

09 Jul 2009

AIR FM creeps into top 5 in three metros

MUMBAI: All India Radio's FM stations, the least advertised of all FM players, have been silently but slowly staking their claim in the popularity charts. If the latest RAM ratings for week 26 are to be believed, AIR FM stations, either Gold or Rainbow have made it to the top five in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore. In Kolkata, the two stations come in at number nine and ten, however.

As with the past few weeks, Mirchi has continued to hold its lead in the metros but has slipped again in Bangalore to Big FM by a slender margin.

09 Jul 2009

Haryana based education society to start CR station

MUMBAI: A Grant of Permission Agreement has been signed by the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (I&B), Government of India to establish, maintain and operate a Community Radio Station (CRS) at Manav Rachna Education Society, Faridabad, Haryana.

The Community Radio Station is likely to be operational within three months as per the agreement. With this, the number of CRS will increase to 51 in the country.

03 Jul 2009

Radio Mirchi tops metros again

MUMBAI: Radio Mirchi has reclaimed the slender slip it had suffered in Bangalore last week and is on tops in all four metros in week 25, according to the latest RAM data.

Bangalore : In Bangalore, Radio Mirchi has upped its share by 1.6 percentage points, to end with a market share of 19.9 per cent. Big FM, which had managed a lead last week, is back to second spot with a market share of 17.7, having lost 0.8 percentage points in the process.