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Big FM brings back ‘Suron Ki Nau Deviyan’ from 21 September

Radio network Big FM is bringing back the renewed edition of ‘Suron Ki Nau Deviyan’. It will start from 21 September and conclude on 29 September.

Red FM ropes in Viacom18’s Ranjit Phatak as national programming head

Ranjit Phatak, who was leading the creative and strategic vision of MTV programming at Viacom18, will now lead the programming for Red FM network based out of Mumbai.

Publicis bags Big FM’s creative mandate

Big FM has appointed Publicis as their creative agency.

Deccan Chronicle lenders appoint TSN Rao as permanent resolution professional

Deccan Chronicle Holdings, which publishes Deccan Chronicle, Financial Chronicle, The Asian Age and Telugu daily Andhra Bhoomi, will have somebody in charge to propose turnaround measures of the beleaguered company.

MIB acts against two FM broadcasters for airing objectionable content

MIB has taken action against two private FM radio broadcasters for violating the GOPA and the programme and advertising codes of All India Radio.

Radio City Q1 net up 42%

Music Broadcast, which operates radio stations under the Radio City brand, has posted a 42% jump in net profit to Rs 10.84 crore in the quarter ended 30 June compared to Rs 7.62 crore a year ago.

Big FM launches 4 new stations in the northeast

Big FM launched three 92.7-frequency stations, one each in Agartala, Itanagar and Aizawl, and a 98.3-frequency station in Shillong.

Red FM to hots its on-ground property ‘MusiCom’ in six cities

Red FM is set to host its new live music and comedy property ‘Musicom’ across six cities in India.

AIR to continue subscription of news agencies: Rathore

All India Radio’s news services division is subscribing to PTI and UNI news agencies, Rajyavardhan Rathore informed. It is also having free trial service of Hindustan Samachar.

AIR’s ad rev from ‘Mann Ki Baat’ jumps 8.57% to Rs 5.19 cr in FY17

All India Radio’s ad revenue from PM Narendra Modi’s programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ has jumped 8.57% in 2016­–17 to Rs 5.19 crore from Rs 4.78 crore in 2015–16.