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    According to the latest RAM report for the four Indian metros for the week of June 19 to 25, Big FM continued to lead in Mumbai with 16.9 percent share of listeners, down by 0.1 percent since previous week.

    Radio City followed with 15.7 percent, down from 16.2 percent last week.

    Radio Mirchi slipped a spot as Fever inched its way up to the third place with 14.1 percent, up by 1.3 percent since previous week. Fever also had the highest Time Spent Listening (TSL) of 6.41.

    Mirchi was fourth with 12.5 percent, down from 13.2 percent last week.

    Red FM was fifth with 11.9 percent share of listeners.

    In Delhi, Fever continued to lead comfortably with 17.8 percent share of listeners, despite being down by 0.2 percent since last week. It also had the highest TSL of 5.01.

    Radio Mirchi slipped a spot here as well, while Radio City took over the second place with 12.3 percent share, gaining 1.1 percent since last week.

    Mirchi was third with 12 percent, down from 13.2 percent last week.

    HT Media’s recently launched station Radio Nasha continued to gain listeners, coming fourth with 11.3 percent share.

    In Kolkata, Mirchi retained its lead with 20.2 percent share, gaining 0.6 percent since last week.

    Big FM was second with 16 percent.

    Fever was third with 14.8 percent share and the highest TSL of 5.31 while Oye FM continued to be fourth with 10.9 percent.

    In Bangalore, City consolidated its lead with a share of 24.1 percent, up by 0.9 percent since previous week, and the highest TSL of 9.38.

    Big FM followed at the second spot with 20.6 percent and Radio Mirchi was third with 17.3 percent share of listeners.

    Fever was fourth with 13.9 percent share.


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    India’s 92.7 Big FM network recently launched a contest called ‘Birthday Game’, offering prizes worth $10445 (Rs 700,000) everyday.

    To play the game, station’s RJs select a date and month by spinning a wheel and if listeners who call in share it as their birthday win prizes.

    The station will choose 10 winners every day across the 45 cities where it broadcasts.

    The 10-day contest will run on the morning show between 8 am and 9 am.

    Winners also stand a chance to double their prize if they call the station within an hour of being declared winners for the day.

    A spokesperson from 92.7 BIG FM said: "Through this game show we aim to leverage radio as a platform for multiple categories of entertainment ranging from music, fun contests to distinctive show formats."


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    According to the latest RAM report for the four Indian metros for the week of June 26 to July 2, Big FM continued to lead in Mumbai with 15.3 percent share of listeners, down by 1.6 percent since previous week.

    Radio City followed with 14.4 percent, down from 15.7 percent last week.

    Fever was at the third place with 13.8 percent, down by 0.3 percent since previous week. Fever also had the highest Time Spent Listening (TSL) of 6.

    Mirchi was fourth with 12.7 percent, up by 0.2 percent from last week.

    Red FM was fifth with 11.3 percent share of listeners.

    In Delhi, Fever continued to lead comfortably with 18.2 percent share of listeners, gaining 0.4 percent since last week. It also had the highest TSL of 5.03.

    Radio City took the second place with 11.6 percent share, losing 0.7 percent since last week.

    Mirchi was third with 11.4 percent, down from 12 percent last week.

    HT Media’s recently launched station Radio Nasha and Red Fm shared the fourth place with 10.2 percent share each.

    In Kolkata, Mirchi retained its lead with 20.1 percent share while Big FM was second with 16 percent.

    Fever was third with 14.2 percent share and the highest TSL of 5.25 while Oye FM continued to be fourth with 11.4 percent.

    In Bangalore, City consolidated its lead with a share of 24.3 percent, up by 0.2 percent since previous week, and the highest TSL of 9.51.

    Big FM followed at the second spot with 20.2 percent and Radio Mirchi was third with 17.3 percent share of listeners.

    Fever was fourth with 14.5 percent share.


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  • 07/19/16--12:31: Indian podcasting workshop
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    India’s second most experienced podcaster, Chhavi Sachdev, will be conducting a podcasting workshop in Mumbai this weekend.

    While many international podcasts like Serial, Moth, TWiT, RadioLab, The Hidden Brain and The Nerdist have become quite popular over the years, Sachdev feels that India needs more Indian podcasts. 

    Sachdev, who has produced LSDcast – an Indian podcast about love, sex, and dating, will share the basics of podcasting in this two-hour workshop.

    Topics covered include everything from creating content to sharing a finished audio podcast. 
    She will talk about equipment, mics, sound editing, radio manners, scripts, formats, software, distribution platforms and more. 

    Speaking on emergence of podcasting in the country, Sachdev said: "Podcasting is just coming of age in India. It's an exciting time to start exploring the spoken word. Indian audiences are hungry for something outside the normal FM radio Bollywood diet. Podcasts are brilliant because they give your brain something to do, something to learn, while you do something else like cook, or work out, or drive to work."

    For details visit https://www.facebook.com/events/302720756735784/


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  • 07/20/16--09:58: Fitness show on Indigo 91.9
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    India’s only international music station, Indigo 91.9, has launched ‘The Fitness Hour’ on its Bangalore station.

    The show will air every morning from 7.10 am and will feature experts talking health and nutrition along with some energetic music.

    Well known fitness trainer and Zumba expert Shwetambari Shetty will take listeners through fitness activities which include walking, running, cycling and functional training, while award winning celebrity sports nutritionist Ryan Fernando will advise listeners on their diet and nutrition.

    Fernando’s clients include two Guinness world record holders in feats of Human Endurance, Olympic Medal winning wrestler Sushil Kumar, cricketers, a host of south Indian film stars and CEOs.

    Commenting on the launch of The Fitness Hour, Satya Murthy, CEO of Indigo 91.9 said: “With over 70 percent of the young, urban Bengalureans of the age group 18-35 indulging in fitness activities, launching a programme that curates the music and helps people who like to walk, runners, cyclists and functional trainers, to set and achieve milestones in their fitness goals forms our core offering". 

    Shwetambari Shetty, the co-host for The Fitness Hour, said: “Years of IT has made lives sedentary and the pub culture has made big bellies, all this leading to many health issues. But now, Bangalore is slowly embracing fitness and we are on the path of making fitness a lifestyle and a trend. We are heading to become the fitness capital of the country.”

    Ryan said: “Everyone is in a dieting race these days, which is why a show like this will help listeners understand the role of a good balanced diet. The best part is that they need not go looking anywhere. It will all be available on air.”


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    Indian network Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM has launched a fresh signature tune after almost a decade.

    The new jingle ‘Khushi Ki Nayi Dhun’ (New Tune of Happiness) has been composed by popular Bollywood musicians Sachin-Jigar.

    It has been sung by Shalmali Kholgade, Jigar M Saraiya and whistler Mayur Puri.

    The network has shed the words 'Radio' and 'FM' from the jingle and now calls itself 'Mirchi 98.3'.

    According to the network, the new signature tune was launched to keep in sync with audiences' evolving tastes and to further increase the reach of the radio to a younger music loving segment.

    Mirchi will soon be entering a lot of new markets after winning new frequencies across the country in the recent radio spectrum auctions and felt it needed an overarching nationwide campaign that will target the youth, reinforce the Mirchi brand, and revitalise the radio category itself.

    Tapas Sen, chief programming officer at Radio Mirchi told aFaqs!: "Change is always good as it gives us a fresh start. We wanted to refresh our sound and that's why we opted for a new tune. Though the previous jingle was very popular, we wanted to retire it while it was at its peak and not when its popularity is declining. This is a pan India campaign which holds the same positioning as earlier and that is 'Khushi' (happiness)."


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    According to the latest RAM report for the four Indian metros for the week of July 3 to 9, Big FM continued to lead in Mumbai with 16.1 percent share of listeners, up by 0.8 percent since previous week while Radio City followed with 14.3 percent.

    Fever shared the third spot with Radio Mirchi, with both stations having a listener share of 13.5 percent.

    Fever lost 0.3 percent since last week and Mirchi gained 0.6 percent.

    Fever also had the highest Time Spent Listening (TSL) of 6.4.

    Red FM was fifth with 11.1 percent share of listeners.

    In Delhi, Fever continued to lead comfortably with 17 percent share of listeners, despite losing 1.2 percent since last week. It also had the highest TSL of 4.27.

    Radio Mirchi gained 0.1 percent to climb to second place.

    City slipped to third spot 10.9 percent share, losing 0.7 percent since last week.

    HT Media’s recently launched station Radio Nasha and Red Fm shared the fourth place with 10.3 percent share each. Nasha also had the second highest TSL of 4.08.

    In Kolkata, Mirchi retained its lead with 20.1 percent share – same as last week, while Big FM continued to be second with 16.8 percent.

    Fever was third with 13.8 percent share and the highest TSL of 5.2 while Oye FM continued to be fourth with 11 percent.

    In Bangalore, City consolidated its lead with a share of 24.6 percent, up by 0.3 percent since previous week, and the highest TSL of 9.47.

    Big FM followed at the second spot with 20 percent and Radio Mirchi was third with 17.3 percent share of listeners.

    Fever was fourth with 14.2 percent share.


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    Passengers on one of the world’s largest railway networks, Indian Railways, will soon be able to tune in to popular FM radio stations while travelling.

    The state-owned enterprise is finalising arrangements to launch Rail Radio Service on about 1000 Mail and Express trains.

    Along with popular music and entertainment the service will offer train-related information on an hourly basis as well as alerts in case of an emergency.

    India’s Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu had proposed to invite FM radio stations for providing train-borne entertainment through public address systems on trains.
    Presently, only premier trains like Rajdhani, Duronto and Shatabdi are equipped with PA system.

    The ministry’s plan is to set up studios at Railway Board and all zonal headquarters to operationalise Rail Radio service. 

    Image: Shutterstock

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    Indian network 92.7 Big FM is back with Season 4 of its singing reality show ‘Big Golden Voice’.

    The nationwide talent hunt will aim at unearthing hidden talent from every nook and corner of the country, by providing a platform for aspiring singers and music enthusiasts to showcase their unique talent.

    This year, Bollywood musicians Malik Brothers join as judges who will also mentor participants throughout the show.

    The contest will give the winner a chance to become a Bollywood singer.

    According to the network, this year the contest will reach out to 43 million listeners across its 45 stations and invite applications from 37 socio-cultural regions in the country.

    12 finalists will be shortlisted and they will get a chance to attend a workshop in Mumbai and compete for the title.

    Commenting on the launch, a spokesperson from Relaince Broadcast Network Limited (RBNL), the parent company of Big FM, said: "The previous seasons have received immense support and appreciation from all our listeners and participants alike and we look forward to their continued support."

    Speaking on their association with the talent hunt, Malik Brothers said: "It will be a delight to be introduced to and mentor the unheard golden voices of India, that the property is known to discover time and again. Initiatives such as these must be encouraged to bring out and recognize hidden talent that is in abundance in our country. "


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    ndia’s 94.3 Radio One, owned by Next Radio Ltd, declared its financial results of Q1 2016-17.

    The station operates in seven cities: Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkota, Chennai, Pune and Ahmedabad.

    According to the company, its revenue was up from Rs 172.1 million ($2.58 million) in Q1 2015-16 to Rs 198.2 million in Q1 2016-17 - a jump of 15.2 percent.

    EBIDTA was up from Rs 29.6 million ($440,000) in Q1 2015-16 to Rs 32.3 million ($480,000) in Q1 2016 – 17 which is a 9.1 percent increase.

    “We are happy with our numbers as these have come on the back of us being the number 1 radio station in Delhi Mumbai and Bangalore, the highest radio revenue markets, with over 1 million likes on our Facebook pages in these cities. These are double the likes of the nearest competitor in any of these three cities. This shows that we are the real ‘audience engagement leader’ in the upscale (online) educated listeners’ space.  This is a ‘real audience metric’ as we can ‘see’ who the person listening to us exactly is and how they respond to programming on our stations at any time. This being a new digital age method of measurement far superior in comparison to ‘small sample, dated diary recall methods that are no where close to accurate, being peddled by listenership surveys. Our smaller cities too have performed ahead of our expectations.  What makes things really exciting for us, as compared to large networks in the metros, that have launched new stations and are de-valuing their own on air inventory with lowered pricing, with colossal marketing spends and free value adds like expensive on ground events/activation at highly elevated costs to gather revenues, uur revenue growth has entirely come from ‘pure’ radio air time sale at almost nil expense,” said Vineet Singh Hukmani, MD & CEO Next Radio Ltd.


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    According to the latest RAM report for the four Indian metros for the week of July 17 to 23, Radio City reclaimed the second spot in Mumbai, displacing Fever by a whisker.

    Big FM continued to lead in the city with 16.1 percent share of listeners, down by 1.4 percent.

    Fever, which was second last week with 14.7 percent share, lost 0.7 percent to slip to third spot with 14 percent. However, it continued to enjoy the highest Time Spent Listening (TSL) of 6.38.

    Radio City gained 0.3 percent to take the second place with 14.1 percent and Mirchi was fourth with 13.1 percent.

    Red FM was fifth with 12.1 percent share of listeners.

    In Delhi, Fever stayed in the lead with 17.3 percent share of listeners and the highest TSL of 4.58.

    Radio Mirchi was second with 13 percent, while City continued to be third with 11.2 percent share.

    Red FM was fifth with 10 percent share, closely followed by last weeke’s number four, Radio Nasha, with 9.7 percent share.

    In Kolkata, Mirchi retained its lead with 19.4 percent share – same as last week, while Big FM continued to be second with 16.1 percent.

    Fever was third with 13 percent share and the highest TSL of 5.09.

    Oye FM continued to be fourth with 11.4 percent – same as last week.

    In Bangalore, City consolidated its lead with a share of 23.9 percent – up by 0.6 percent, and the highest TSL of 10.01.

    Big FM followed at the second spot with 19.6 percent and Radio Mirchi was third with 17.5 percent share of listeners.

    Fever was fourth with 14.6 percent share.


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    India’s international music station, Indigo 91.9, is all set to spread the message of ‘unhate’ through its latest initiative in Bangalore.

    This campaign began a week before the country celebrates its independence day on August 15.

    It aims to provide freedom from hatred and focuses on current issues facing the world and offers a credible platform to help identify solutions.

     Throughout the campaign, across the shows, various topics will be discussed on-air along with a panel of eminent speakers and experts.

    Topics include the LGBT community, non locals, animals and religious preferences. 


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  • 08/16/16--10:43: India RAM Week 31: No change
  • According to the latest RAM report for the four Indian metros for the week of July 24 to 30, Big FM continued to lead in Mumbai with 14.8 percent share of listeners, down by 1.3 percent.

    Radio City gained 0.4 percent to take the second place with 14.5 percent

    Fever was third spot with 14 percent – same as last week.  However, it continued to enjoy the highest Time Spent Listening (TSL) of 6.21.

    Mirchi was fourth with 13.7 percent and Red FM was fifth with 11 percent share of listeners.

    In Delhi, Fever stayed in the lead with 17.2 percent share of listeners and the highest TSL of 4.48.

    Radio Mirchi was second with 12.8 percent, while City continued to be third with 10.4 percent share.

    Red FM was a close fifth with 10.2 percent share.

    In Kolkata, Mirchi retained its lead with 20.7 percent share – up by 1.3 percent since last week, while Big FM continued to be second with 15.7 percent.

    Fever was third with 13.3 percent share and the highest TSL of 5.07.

    Oye FM continued to be fourth with 10.3 percent.

    In Bangalore, City took top spot with a share of 23.5 percent and the highest TSL of 10.1.

    Big FM followed at the second spot with 19.8 percent and Radio Mirchi was third with 17.8 percent share of listeners.

    Fever was fourth with 14.4 percent share.


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    Indian network Radio City 91.1 FM’s Mumbai station has joined hands with Mumbai Traffic Police for its Rag Rag Mein Road Safety, Rag Rag Mein Mumbai City campaign.

    The initiative intends to build a sense of responsibility amongst drivers by creating awareness about traffic rules. 

    It aims to engage and connect listeners on a regular basis to save lives, reduce traffic jams to curb wilful violation of traffic rules and make driving in the city a safe and pleasant experience.

    The activity witnessed popular RJs Salil and Archana assisting traffic cops at busy junctions.

    They gave live updates from the signal about the experience with do’s and don’ts to reduce the tedium of traffic.

    Speaking on this initiative Sanjay Jadhav, DCP, Traffic, Western Suburbs, said: “There is an urgent need for awareness of road safety among the drivers and pedestrians of Mumbai.  With this association we can jointly convey to the citizens of Mumbai and help them be aware and vigilant of traffic rules that would be beneficial for them and their family.”

    The association also hopes convey to the listeners the challenging task that traffic cops do for citizens’ safety in spite of numerous challenges.


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    According to the latest RAM report for the four Indian metros for the week of August 7 to 13, Big FM continued to lead in Mumbai with 15.3 percent share of listeners, up by 0.2 percent.

    Last week’s number three, Radio City climbed to second spot with 14.2 percent share, gaining 0.5 percent.

    Radio Mirchi slipped a spot to take the third place with 13.8 percent share, down from 14.5 percent.

    Fever, which had the highest Time Spent Listening (TSL) of 6.27, was at the fourth spot with 13.3 percent share.

    Red FM was fifth with 11.7 percent share of listeners.

    In Delhi, Fever stayed in the lead with 17.5 percent share of listeners – same as last week, and the highest TSL of 5.1.

    Radio Mirchi was second with 13.2 percent, while City continued to be third with 10.4 percent share.

    Red FM was a close fourth with 10.2 percent share, followed by Radio Nasha with 10.1 percent.

    In Kolkata, Mirchi retained its lead with 20.5 percent share – up by 0.4 percent since last week, while Big FM continued to be second with 16.3 percent, gaining 0.6 percent.

    Fever was third with 14.7 percent share and the highest TSL of 5.21.

    Oye FM continued to be fourth with 10 percent.

    In Bangalore, City conslidated its lead with a share of 24 percent – up by 0.1 percent, and the highest TSL of 10.01.

    Big FM followed at the second spot with 19.7 percent and Radio Mirchi was third with 17.7 percent share of listeners.

    Fever was fourth with 13.9 percent share.


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    India’s international music station Indigo 91.9 FM organised the fourth edition of its Jazz and Blues music festival Indigo and Blues this Sunday at Bangalore.

    The one-day event kick started with a performance by local band By2Blues, followed by Blues Power with Goan icon Herman Abreo on the vocals.

    Four-member band MoonArra  performed their Indian Classical, Jazz and World Fusion. They were also the ambassadors of culture bringing the message of peace and harmony, goodwill and tolerance.

    Unk’s Radha Thomas Ensemble played contemporary, cutting-edge jazz and world music and Jazz Junction featured Russian singer Olga Andreeva, Latin Grammy winning Italian drummer Matteo, Gerard Machado, Jason Quadro and Colin D`Cruz.

    The evening culminated with a performance by the headlining act, Thailand born artist Passakorn Morasilpin and his quintet who played his popular Jazz-Rock combinations in traditional Thai style.

     The Indigo and Blues Festival was introduced seven years ago by the station and over the years, it has presented more than 30 International and Indian artists, showcasing music which has deep cultural roots, filled with passion and soul. 


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    Indian network 92.7 Big FM has announced the winner of the fourth season of it singing reality show ‘Big Golden Voice’.

    23-year-old Rupali Moghe, a trained classical music singer from Mumbai, was declared the winner among the five finalists who performed live at the grand finale of the contest recently.

    She will also get an opportunity to sing for Bollywood musician Amaal Malik's upcoming composition.

    The event also honoured the contribution of some notable artists from the music fraternity under different categories.

    Suresh Wadkar, popular Indian classical singer who has immensely contributed to the Hindi and Marathifilm industry was felicitated with 'Everlasting Golden Voice’

    Ila Arun, who is known for bringing folk sensibilities into Bollywood songs was awarded the title of ‘Everlasting Folk Voice of India’.

    Popular musical duo, Sunali Rathod and Roop Kumar Rathod were crowned the ‘Everlasting Music Jodi’ and Shirley Setia received the ‘Big Digital Sensation’ award.

    On winning the title, Rupali Moghe said: "It was a great experience to be trained and perform with so many wonderful voices. I am really excited to tread on the fantastic journey that lies ahead”.


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    Two Indian PA companies, Systematic Inc. in Bengaluru and Naamdhari Entertainment Systems in Telengara, have recently added Allen & Heath dLive digital mixing systems to their hire stocks.

    Provided by Allen & Heath’s Indian distributor, SUN INFONET, both companies selected the flagship S7000 Surface with DM64 MixRack as part of an upgrade to their hire inventories.

    “Our team recently expanded, and the technical demands of our clients has increased in recent times, so I needed to invest in a new digital board, and Allen & Heath was the obvious choice,” explains Systematic Inc.’s owner, Vinod Bangera. “I have been using Allen & Heath mixers for more than 15 years, starting with the GL3300 and the ML Series, and I always loved the pre amp of the analogue mixers.  However, the main reason I chose dLive was the 96k processing capability, and during testing, I was very impressed with the sound quality – it’s mind blowing. Adding dLive to my PA made it sound so warm, I have not heard my system sound as sweet before. I would proudly recommend any rental guys buy this board.”

    “We are a rental company with a huge range of equipment and we needed a new digital console to meet the growing demands of the business. Compared to its competitors, dLive has a great array of features, fantastic headroom, loads of channels and faders, it’s very responsive, and everything is available on the surface so you don't have to search through menus. We are very pleased with our purchase.” explains Mr. Gurmukh from Naamdhari Entertainment Systems.

     


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    According to the latest RAM report for the four Indian metros for the week of August 14 to 20, HT Media’s retro station Radio Nasha, which was launched a few months ago, climbed two spaces to take the third spot in Delhi with 10.4 percent listener share.

    Another HT Media station, Fever, stayed at the top spot with 17.9 percent share of listeners – up by 0.4 percent since last week, and the highest Time Spent Listening (TSL) of 5.19.

    Radio Mirchi was second with 14 percent, rising 0.8 percent,

    Last week’s number three City slipped a spot to come fourth with 10.1 percent share.

    Red FM was a fifth with 9.6 percent share.

    Big FM continued to lead in Mumbai with 15 percent share of listeners, down by 0.3 percent.

    Radio City stayed at the second spot with 14.3 percent share and Radio Mirchi was third with 13.9 percent share.

    Fever, which had the highest Time Spent Listening (TSL) of 5.59, was at the fourth spot with 13.3 percent share – same as last week.

    Red FM was fifth with 12 percent share of listeners.

    In Kolkata, Mirchi retained its lead with 20.3 percent share – down by 0.2 percent since last week, while Big FM continued to be second with 16 percent, losing 0.3 percent.

    Fever was third with 15.1 percent share and the highest TSL of 5.53.

    Oye FM continued to be fourth with 9.9 percent.

    In Bangalore, City consolidated its lead with a share of 24.2 percent – up by 0.2 percent, and the highest TSL of 10.01.

    Big FM followed at the second spot with 20.5 percent and Radio Mirchi was third with 16.6 percent share of listeners.

    Fever was fourth with 13.9 percent share.


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    Indian network 92.7 Big FM’ s Green Ganesha campaign to celebrate the annual festival dedicated to the Hindu deity Ganesh earned support from the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadavnis for the second year in a row.

    The campaign, in its ninth year, encourages people to use eco-friendly material like papier-mache to make models of the deity instead of plaster-of-Paris.

    In a press conference held to flag of the eco-friendly initiative, government dignitaries including Environment Minister Ramdas Kadam and Environment Minister for State Praveen Pote shed light on the importance of ecological practices during the Ganesh festival.

    Tarun Katial, CEO, Reliance Broadcast Network Limited, and actors Jackie Shroff and Annu Kapoor were also present at the occassion.

    The station also began its on-ground newspaper collection drive, through which tons of newspapers will be shared with some renowned sculptors who will convert them into beautiful and artistic eco-friendly Ganesha idols. 

    Speaking about the initiative, a spokesperson from BIG FM said: " We are proud that this initiative has gained so much popularity over time, and the fact that it is helping us create a green environment for our future generations."

    The campaign will span across 14 major cities including Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Goa, Sholapur, Indore, Bhopal, Gwalior, Surat, Baroda, Mysore, Tirupati, Vizag, and Mangalore.


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