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FM Players split into two lobbies

08-November-2000
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FM Players split into two lobbies

There is a divide between the old and new world of FM Radio – between those who have paid up for the FM licenses and those who haven’t. The divide became apparent when the new club members met in New Delhi to thrash out the issues before them, without the participation of the ‘Radio Group’ a registered body with 21 FM bidders as members. Those attended the meeting were representatives from Bennett Coleman’s Entertainment Network, Living Media’s Radio Today, Mid Day Radio, Millennium and Music Broadcast.

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