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MY FM launches reality show ‘Paiso ka Ped’ in Indore

06-May-2016
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MY FM launches reality show ‘Paiso ka Ped’ in Indore

MY FM launches its first ever radio reality shows 'Paiso Ka Ped' in Indore. The participants of the show have to hold the specially fabricated tree made with coins and currency notes. They are given task and challenges to perform which they have to do holding the tree at all times. The participant who holds the tree for the longest time wins Rs 3 lac as the prize money.

The three-week-long campaign got over 4000 registrations, of which only 300 were shortlisted through screening process. The final 30 competing candidates for the top spot were chosen after a medical examination.

Speaking on the occasion Harrish Bhatia, CEO, MY FM, says, "This is one of the most unique initiatives that we have undertaken by bringing the concept of a reality show to radio. We started this activity last year in Jaipur and after its grand success we now plan to bring it to other cities of MY FM. The central idea to this activity was to take radio out of the studio, to our listeners and make everyone feel it. This also sets a benchmark in pushing the envelope and broadening the scope for radio programming. Such activities are not just aimed at connecting with the listeners and the live audiences, but also spreading happiness in general and building our brand affiliation."

Adding further, he said, “This year we are broadcasting the activity live on Facebook for people who are unable to the venue in the city.”

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