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Big FM Bangalore launches podcast service in Kannada

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Big FM Bangalore launches podcast service in Kannada

Big FM Bangalore has launched a Kannada podcast service on its website Listeners can log on to, download the audio file and listen to it on the computer or download it on their iPod using iTune.

The content mix that is available on the website includes audio content from various shows of the Bangalore station of the FM radio player, including jokes, celebrity interviews, etc.

Speaking about the innovative offering, Kamal Mohandas, Station Head, Big FM Bangalore, said, “It gives me great pleasure to venture into the cyberspace on the occasion of our first anniversary, and this is our gift to Kannadigas the world over. Through this offering, we want to give Kannadigas the opportunity to enjoy the best music and programming mix from Big FM and am confident that they are going to love it.”


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