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Government to give clearance for interim radio stations within 5 weeks

26-June-2001
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Government to give clearance for interim radio stations within 5 weeks

FM radio licensees in the private sector are likely to get a government nod within five weeks for setting up temporary radio stations in metros. The proposal has yet to get a clearance from the Department of Telecommunications (DoT).

Private FM radio licensees had sent their request to the government for setting up temporary radio stations almost three months ago. These licensees have sought to set up temporary stations before they can go for a permanent consortium tower in order to begin their business fast.

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