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Fever 104 FM, launches Mad Mornings with RJ Prithvi

16-August-2017
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Fever 104 FM, launches Mad Mornings with RJ Prithvi


Madness can only be cured with madness’ is the core thought that drives the morning drive time show on Fever 104 FM, Mad Mornings. Fever FM Bangalore has launched RJ Prithvi as Bangalore Ka Bond on Mad Mornings. RJ Prithvi brings all new flavour to the morning show with his energy and excitement.  The show is classy and cool yet local and humour driven, and has a unique investigative, fun filled format with segments like ‘Bond Bulletin’ and ‘Prithvi ki Hindi abhi bhi chindi’. It is the perfect adrenaline dose for the Bangalore residents as they begin their mornings.


The show starts at 7am.


Commenting on the launch, Harshad Jain, CEO- Radio and Entertainment, HT Media Ltd., said, “Fever FM is the destination station in Bangalore with Bollywood, innovative content and entertainment as key pegs. Fever FM Bangalore has always been at the front end of innovation and has many firsts to its credit including the first ever Swayamvar on Radio, Radio Dramas that explored crime and horror genres (Kya Woh Sach Tha) and unique initiatives such as the travel of RJ Sriram from Bangalore to Wagah on Independence Day amongst many others. Morning is a very important time band and we are pleased to launch Mad Mornings with RJ Prithvi, Bangalore Ka Bond. We are sure the show will provide a lively and entertaining start to the day for our listeners who have made us the No. 1 Bollywood station in Bangalore.”


*Source – RAM Data

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