FM Booster 4.0: Experts cheer tax cuts, say move to arrest slowdown
Following the announcement, Sensex and Nifty logged their biggest single-day gains in a decade.
After slowdown FM radio industry faces Covid-19; seeks government support
The Covid-19 pandemic is now destroying the industry. FM radio now desperately needs support from the government: short-term life support as well as long-term policy support. AROI, the FM broadcasters’ association has written to Prakash Javadekar, minister for information and broadcasting, seeking his urgent intervention.
11 officers cleared INX file, but agencies mum: Congress
“There has been a sustained campaign of vilification and character assassination of P Chidambaram in the INX-Media case," Congress spokesperson Jairam Ramesh said
Budget 2019: What can FM do for the Farm Sector?
India witnessed close to a dozen farmer protest in 2018. BJP led govt lost three states owing to farm distress. Under these circumstances wh...
FPI surcharge rollback will apply to F&O trades as well
Surcharge will still be applicable on capital gains from debt instruments.
Budget 2019: What can FM Jaitley do for MSME Sector
MSME Sector is going through the liquidity crunch. NPAs of Public Sector Banks are on the rise.NBFCs are going slow in lending money. Under ...
Radio Mirchi expands to two more US cities
The Radio Mirchi brand and content in US is licensed to Arohi Media.
Budget 2019: FM announces PM Kisan Samman Nidhi for Direct Income support for small farmers
In his budget speech Finance Minister Piyush Goyal announced Rs 6000 per year for each farmer, in three instalments, to be transferred direc...
Private FM channels to be permitted to broadcast AIR news
The FM channels will have to carry the AIR news in an unaltered format and the service will be available free of cost on a trial basis till May 31 this year.
TRAI begins consultations on migration of FM broadcasters
TRAI has begun consultation process to finalise its recommendations on what should be the fee for allowing migration of existing FM radio broadcasters from Phase II to Phase III.
FM broadcasters can move from Phase II to III by paying one-time fee
The Non-refundable One-Time Migration Fee (NOTMF) for a channel in Delhi is over Rs 33 crore, while the same for Mumbai is Rs 36 crore.
FM radio network to reach 65% population soon: Government
Presently, 57 All India Radio towers are shared with private FM broadcasters on rental basis. In addition, 37 Doordarshan towers are also shared with private FM broadcasters on rental basis.
TRAI initiates consultation on FM broadcasting
TRAI has initiated a consultation process to look into various issues involving third phase of private FM broadcasting.
FM radio security clearance: SC allows Swamy to file rejoinder
"You (Swamy) can file it," a bench headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar said when the BJP leader sought the court's nod for filing his rejoinder to the reply filed by the MHA.
FM broadcasters to air their woes to I&B ministry
Radio broadcasters having stakes in the FM Phase-II scheme are going to take up the issue of poor quality of work at some stations across the country with the government.