List Of FM Radio Stations In Bangalore
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List Of FM Radio Stations In Bangalore
This is a list of radio stations in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. * Radio City 91.1 FM – Kannada * Radio Indigo 91.9 FM – English *Big 92.7 FM – Kannada * Red FM 93.5 FM – Hindi (from Nov 2012) * Radio One 94.3 FM – English *Radio Mirchi Radio 95 – Hindi *Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM – Kannada * Amrutavarshini 100.1 FM – Classical music * FM Rainbow 101.3 FM – Kannada, English & Hindi *Vividh Bharati 102.9 FM – Kannada & Hindi *Fever 104 FM – Hindi * Gyanvani 106.4 FM – by IGNOU This is a list of community radio stations * Radio Active 90.4 FM * Radio Neladani 90.8 FM * Radio 95.7 FM – Kannada * Radio Universal CR 106.8 FM This is a list of Internet radio stations * Namm Radio Android/iOS app – Kannada's First Digital International Radio Station * Radiochimpu – Kannada Internet Radio (including music for children and classical music) Radio City Radio City is the first private FM radio station in INDIA and First FM station to come to Benga ...
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Bangalore
Bangalore (), officially Bengaluru (), is the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Karnataka. It has a population of more than and a metropolitan population of around , making it the third most populous city and fifth most populous urban agglomeration in India, as well as the largest city in South India, and the 27th largest city in the world. Located on the Deccan Plateau, at a height of over above sea level, Bangalore has a pleasant climate throughout the year, with its parks and green spaces earning it the reputation as the "Garden City" of India. Its elevation is the highest among the major cities of India. An aerospace, heavy engineering and electronics hub since the 1960s, Bangalore is widely regarded as the "Silicon Valley of India" because of its role as the nation's leading information technology (IT) exporter.——— In the Ease of Living Index 2020 (published by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs), it was ranked the most livable Indian ...
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All India Radio
All or ALL may refer to: Language * All, an indefinite pronoun in English * All, one of the English determiners * Allar language (ISO 639-3 code) * Allative case (abbreviated ALL) Music * All (band), an American punk rock band * ''All'' (All album), 1999 * ''All'' (Descendents album) or the title song, 1987 * ''All'' (Horace Silver album) or the title song, 1972 * ''All'' (Yann Tiersen album), 2019 * "All" (song), by Patricia Bredin, representing the UK at Eurovision 1957 * "All (I Ever Want)", a song by Alexander Klaws, 2005 * "All", a song by Collective Soul from ''Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid'', 1994 Science and mathematics * ALL (complexity), the class of all decision problems in computability and complexity theory * Acute lymphoblastic leukemia * Anterolateral ligament Sports * American Lacrosse League * Arena Lacrosse League, Canada * Australian Lacrosse League Other uses * All, Missouri, a community in the United States * All, a brand of Sun Prod ...
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List Of Kannada-language Newspapers
The following is a list of notable Kannada language newspapers Daily * Hosa Digantha * Janathavani * Kannada Prabha * Karavali Ale * Karavali Munjavu * Mangaluru Samachara * Mysooru Mithra * Prajavani * Samyukta Karnataka * Sanjevani * Udayavani * Usha Kirana * Varthabharathi * Vijaya Karnataka * Vijayavani * Vishwavani Weekly * Hai Bangalore * Lankesh Patrike * Suddi Sangaati See also * Media in Karnataka * List of Kannada films * List of Kannada magazines * List of Kannada radio stations * List of Kannada television channels * List of newspapers in India {{DEFAULTSORT:Kannada-language newspapers Kannada Kannada (; ಕನ್ನಡ, ), originally romanised Canarese, is a Dravidian language spoken predominantly by the people of Karnataka in southwestern India, with minorities in all neighbouring states. It has around 47 million native s ...
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List Of Kannada-language Magazines
This is a list of Kannada-language magazines. India References See also * Media in Karnataka * List of Kannada films * List of Kannada newspapers * List of Kannada radio stations * List of Kannada television channels * List of magazines in India * Kannada Kannada Kannada (; ಕನ್ನಡ, ), originally romanised Canarese, is a Dravidian language spoken predominantly by the people of Karnataka in southwestern India, with minorities in all neighbouring states. It has around 47 million native s ... Kannada magazines {{DEFAULTSORT:Kannada-language magazines ...
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List Of Kannada-language Films
This is an alphabetical list of the Kannada feature films released by the Kannada film Industry List of Kannada films of 2018 0–9 * '' 18th Cross'' * '' 27 Mavalli Circle'' * '' 1st Rank Raju'' * ''No 73, Shanthi Nivasa'' * '' 6-5=2'' * '' 8MM Bullet'' * ''777 Charlie'' * ''*121#'' A *''Addhuri'' *'' A'' (1998) *'' A to Z'' (1998) *'' A. K. 47'' (1999) *'' Aaru Mooru Ombhatthu'' (1970) *'' Aacya'' *'' Aadarshasathi'' (1955) *''Aadithya'' (1996) *''Aaganthuka'' (1987) *'' Aaghatha'' (1995) *'' Aaha'' (1999) *'' Aaha Brahmachari'' (1993) *'' Aaha Nanna Maduveyanthe'' (1999) *'' Aahuthi'' (1985) *''Aakasmika'' (1993) *'' Aakramana'' (2014) *'' Aakrosha'' *''Aalemane'' (1981) *'' Aanand'' (1986) *'' Aananda Bhairavi'' (1983) *'' Aananda Bhashpa'' *'' Aananda Jyoti'' *'' Aananda Kanda'' *'' Aananda Sagara'' *'' Aapathbandhava'' (1987) *''Apthamitra'' (2004) *'' Aptharakshaka'' (2010) *'' Aarada Gaaya'' (1980) *'' Aaradhane'' (1984) *'' Aarambha'' (1987) *'' Aarambha'' (2015) ...
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Media In Karnataka
Karnataka has been a leading state in electronic communications, in India, since the start of first private radio station in Mysore, in 1935. Newspapers The era of Kannada newspapers in Karnataka started in 1843 when Hermann Mögling, a missionary from Basel Mission, published the first Kannada newspaper, '' Mangalooru Samachara'', from Mangalore. The first Kannada magazine, ''Mysuru Vrittanta Bodhini'', was started by Bhashyam Bhashyacharya in Mysore. Shortly after Indian Independence in 1948, K.N. Guruswamy started the company ''The Printers, Mysore Pvt. Ltd.'' publishing two newspapers Deccan Herald (in English) and Prajavani (in Kannada). ''Times of India'' is the largest selling English newspaper in Karnataka. Tabloids including ''Lankesh Patrike'' and ''Hai Bangalore Adi Jambava Jagruti'' emphasize controversial topics. ''Sudharma'', the only daily newspaper published in Sanskrit in India, is printed and distributed from Mysore. Television Udaya TV was the first sa ...
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List Of Kannada-language Radio Stations
This is a list of radio stations in Kannada. Bengaluru See also * List of FM radio stations in Bangalore * Media in Karnataka * List of Kannada films * List of Kannada magazines * List of Kannada newspapers * List of Kannada television channels * List of radio stations in India References Lists of radio stations in India Lists of radio stations by language Radio stations Radio broadcasting is transmission of audio (sound), sometimes with related metadata, by radio waves to radio receivers belonging to a public audience. In terrestrial radio broadcasting the radio waves are broadcast by a land-based radio sta ...
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Hiremagaluru Kannan
Hiremagaluru Kannan is an Indian litterateur, priest, writer, television personality and radio jockey. He is associated with program ''′Coffee with Kannan′'', in FM radio station ''Namm Radio'', having 400,000 listeners worldwide. Bibliography * ''Nudi Pooje'' * ''Kannan Nota '' See also * Hiremagaluru, a locality in Chikkamagaluru, Karnataka, India * Gangavathi Pranesh, an artist from Gangavathi Gangavati is a city, municipality and taluk in the Koppal district of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is one of the main commercial hubs in the Kalyana-Karnataka region. It is also the largest city, in terms of area and population, in the Kop ..., Karnataka, India References Living people Year of birth missing (living people) Indian religious leaders Television personalities from Tamil Nadu Indian radio people {{India-writer-stub ...
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Digital Radio
Digital radio is the use of digital technology to transmit or receive across the radio spectrum. Digital transmission by radio waves includes digital broadcasting, and especially digital audio radio services. Types In digital broadcasting systems, the analog audio signal is digital audio, digitized, Audio compression (data), compressed using an audio coding format such as AAC+ (MDCT) or MPEG-1 Audio Layer II, MP2, and transmitted using a digital modulation scheme. The aim is to increase the number of radio programs in a given spectrum, to improve the audio quality, to eliminate fading problems in mobile environments, to allow additional datacasting services, and to decrease the transmission power or the number of transmitters required to cover a region. However, analog radio (AM and FM) is still more popular and listening to radio over IP (Internet Protocol) is growing in popularity. In 2012 four digital wireless radio systems are recognized by the International Telecommunicati ...
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Nelamangala
Nelamangala is a town in India. Its headquarters is taluk, which is located in the Bangalore Rural district of Karnataka state in India. Nelamangala is situated near the junction point of two National Highways, NH-75(48) (Bangalore - Mangalore) and NH-4 (Mumbai - Chennai to north of Bangalore city. Geography Nelamangala Taluk is spread over 507 km2 . It is located at . Demography According to the 2011 census, Nelamangala has population of 37,232 of which 18,840 are males while 18,392 are females. The literacy rate in Nelamangala is 89.65%. In Nelamangala, male literacy is around 93.27% while female literacy rate is 85.97%. Work Profile Out of the total population, 14,600 are somewhere engaged in some sort of work or business activity. Of this 11,118 are males while 3,482 are females. In the census survey, workers over there are defined as someone who does business, job, service, and engaged in labour activities. Out of the total 14,600 working population, 91.54% are ...
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Virgin Radio
Virgin Radio launched in the United Kingdom in 1993. In 2008, Virgin Radio UK was sold to TIML, a subsidiary of The Times of India group, and the name was changed to Absolute Radio; the Virgin Radio name was not included in the sale. In 2001, the Virgin Group teamed up with an Asia-focused investment fund to launch Virgin Radio Asia. Radio stations were launched in China, India and Thailand between 2002 and 2006. Virgin Radio Asia acquired a global remit in 2006, transforming into Virgin Radio International. Whilst expansion continued in Asia with additional stations in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, the United Arab Emirates, Thailand and Indonesia, Virgin Radio also launched in Italy, France, Lebanon, Turkey, Romania, Oman and Switzerland, as well as 12 cities in Canada. Virgin Radio re-launched in the UK in 2016 and there are now 4 Virgin Radio stations in the UK. Music television stations were also launched in France and Italy Italy ( it, Italia ), officially th ...
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Hindustan Times
''Hindustan Times'' is an Indian English-language daily newspaper based in Delhi. It is the flagship publication of HT Media, an entity controlled by the KK Birla family, and is owned by Shobhana Bhartia. It was founded by Sunder Singh Lyallpuri, founder-father of the Akali movement and the Shiromani Akali Dal, in Delhi and played integral roles in the Indian independence movement as a nationalist daily. ''Hindustan Times'' is one of the largest newspapers in India by circulation. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, it has a circulation of 993,645 copies as of November 2017. The Indian Readership Survey 2014 revealed that ''HT'' is the second-most widely read English newspaper in India after ''The Times of India''. It is popular in North India, with simultaneous editions from New Delhi, Mumbai, Lucknow, Patna, Ranchi and Chandigarh. The print location of Nagpur was discontinued from September 1997, and that of Jaipur from June 2006. ''HT'' launched a youth daily ...
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