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Indigo 91.9's digital wing wins IRF award

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Indigo 91.9's digital wing wins IRF award

Indigo 91.9, one of Bangalore's first International music stations, bagged an award for Excellence in New Media Initiative at the India Radio Forum award ceremony that took place recently. The recognition in the category was for all the initiatives and engagement taken up on their digital portal, which is about to celebrate its first year anniversary.

Speaking on the occasion, Satyanarayana Murthy, CEO, Indigo 91.9, said, “IndigoXP was formed to create experiences that the millennials are chasing. Over the past year, the engagement we had on this platform is overwhelming. We are glad that this platform has been recognised for excellence in new media at a national platform such as IRF. This is a validation of the effort put in. We have an amazing line of XPeriences lined up for national audience soon and we look forward to providing the best Xperiences.”


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