Chennai Live - 104.8 FM focuses on the growing demand for urban music. Established in 2006, Chennai Live, India's first talk radio FM station is also the leading English radio channel in Chennai.
We are a locally involved radio station aimed at entertaining, educating and updating the people of Chennai. It focuses on local happenings, information and issues relevant to the day to day life in Chennai. It features discussions and debates with studio guests and listeners. In between the intelligent and stimulating talk, the station plays the best of regional and International music recorded over the years combined with the best songs of the moment.
The philosophy of the station is to bring together a wide range of opinions and viewpoints currently in the city and it will also cover the progress with a profound history, a proud present and a bright outlook for the future of the city.
The FM Rainbow channel of All India Radio was launched at a time when radio listening was on the decline especially in big cities. Technological improvements in the field of sound recording tempted young music lovers to opt for other modes of listening to music. Hi–fi, stereo sound on digital electronic equipments became preferred and fashionable. FM transmission on radio effectively served this purpose by ensuring noise free high quality reception to its listeners.
Gurgaon Ki Awaaz is a community radio station in the Gurgaon suburb of New Delhi set up by the NGO The Restoring Force (TRF). Primarily focused on empowering marginalized groups and disadvantaged members of the community, the radio station started broadcast on November 19, 2009. Its team of community reporters is drawn from Gurgaon's government schools, village women's groups and youngsters living in Gurgaon's villages.
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