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Radio Indigo introduces 3 new shows to spruce up weekend offering

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Radio Indigo introduces 3 new shows to spruce up weekend offering

Radio Indigo, the only international music station in the country, has announced three new shows on Saturdays for Bangalore. The shows – Junior Indigo, My Play list and Indigo Fresh – go on air from October 20.

Junior Indigo, to be aired on Saturdays at 10-11 am, will be hosted by a young RJ every week. The show will focus on the music, interests and anything that captures the fascination of the young audience. Each week will see a new kid host the show.

My Play list, scheduled for Saturdays from 11 am to noon, will have one celebrity every week don the RJ’s role and play for the city the music that they like, the music they grew up listening to, and their take on the music of today. My Play list will bring to the forefront the musical persona of these celebrities.

Indigo Fresh will air between 1 pm and 3 pm on Saturdays and catch the brand new songs on the tableau, breaking first on Radio Indigo. For the first time the country can hear international music straight out of the factory.

Radio Indigo, a Jupiter Capital venture, is the first and only international music network in the country playing in Bangalore and Goa. `


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