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BIG 92.7 FM Kolkata promotes singing talent

24-March-2007
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BIG 92.7 FM Kolkata promotes singing talent

Big 92.7 FM, Kolkata, is offering its listeners a chance to perform live on air and win a chance to audition for the Indian Idol contest. The participants will have to send text SMS during the breakfast show ‘Big Chumuk’ and the winner will be chosen to perform live on air. Each winner will also get a chance to audition for the Indian Idol contest.

The station is offering this innovative prize for its ongoing talent hunt show called ‘30 seconds of Fame’ which is aired during the breakfast show. This contest, which began on March 23, will continue for the next two days.

Said Suddharag Bannerjee, Programming Head-Kolkata, BIG 92.7 FM, “The unique contest is a platform to showcase local talent. We have received phenomenal response from our listeners. Through this programme, we emphasise the commitment of BIG 92.7 FM to offer great entertainment, and to positively impact and transform our listeners’ lives.”

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