Four FM radio players – Hello FM, S FM, Radio Mirchi and My FM – announced the launch of their stations in various cities across India last week. The stations were launched in Trichy, Raipur and Rajamundry.
With Radio Mirchi’s launch in Raipur last week, the total number of stations the player operates in has now reached 30. Mirchi will roll out two more radio stations to complete the total number of 32 stations in India.
My FM has also announced its launch in Raipur during the last week. This was My FM’s 15th launch nationally and second for the state of Chhattisgarh. The Group has two more launches planned after this, which will complete its launch plans for all 17 circles it has license to operate in.
Hello FM has begun its transmission in Tiruchy with the launch of its radio station last week. Tiruchy would be the fifth centre in Tamil Nadu, after Madurai, Tirunelveli, Tuticorin and Coimbatore.
Sun TV Network’s S FM has also launched in Tiruchy and Rajamundry, through its subsidiary Kal Radio, taking the total number of stations to 20 across India for the player. Sun TV will launch 25 stations to become operational in 45 FM stations all over India.