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Radio NRI stations now available on Apple iPhone 3G

22-July-2008
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Radio NRI stations now available on Apple iPhone 3G

Radio NRI, a service of NRI Media, Inc., has announced that two of its live radio channels would be available to listeners on the new Apple iPhone 3G. The listeners can enjoy ‘Bollywood & Beyond’ and ‘Bollywood Classic Hits’ by downloading the free AOL radio player from the Apple iPhone App Store. The AOL radio player provides the same experience on the iPhone as listeners enjoy on their personal computers.

Direct from India, Radio NRI ‘Bollywood & Beyond’ is the radio channel for the new global desi. English-speaking RJs deliver music, news, and celebrity interviews from all over India. With Weekly Top 40 music countdowns for Hindi, Tamil and Telugu, the ‘Daily Inbox’ request show, and fresh entertainment news, Radio NRI aims to brings India home for the Diaspora.

Radio NRI is a provider of high-quality radio programming for the 30-million strong Indian Diaspora. Its channels are available via the Internet on AOL Radio, Apple iTunes radio, and at RadioNRI.com.

Radio NRI live channels would also be available to listeners with Sprint or AT&T music phones at m.tuner2.com and to Apple iPhone in the free AOL radio player. Each week, Radio NRI reaches about 300,000 homes across North America with their broadcast (show syndication).

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