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AIR Calcutta to celebrate International Broadcasting Day for Children

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AIR Calcutta to celebrate International Broadcasting Day for Children

The Calcutta station of AIR will feature and focus on children in the age group six-14 years from 5.55 a.m. to 4 pm to celebrate the International Broadcasting Day for Children. On December 10, children will announce and anchor all programmes on the first and second transmission.

Calcutta A is the mother organisation and it is made for the hardcore public service broadcasting and covers the entire state.


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