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Radio NRI becomes first Indian music podcast service to be featured on Apple iTunes

09-November-2006
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Radio NRI becomes first Indian music podcast service to be featured on Apple iTunes

Apple iTunes has selected Radio NRI as a featured podcast in its music service for the UK, a first for any Indian music podcast service. The selection reflects the size and importance of the global Indian market and the broader reach of Indian content outside the desi community. Produced for the non-resident Indian audience, Radio NRI is available at www.radionri.com.

Broadcast from Chennai, Radio NRI features interviews with musicians and actors, weekly top 10 music countdowns, news and gossip from across the entire Indian music scene and not just Bollywood.

“Everyone else gives you Bollywood. We give you Bollywood and beyond, fusing our unique pan-Indian appeal with high production value to deliver a great show. We are deeply honoured by the selection of Radio NRI by the iTunes editorial team,” said David Frerichs, Executive Producer of Radio NRI.

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