Red FM completes 9 years in Mumbai

Red FM Mumbai turned a year older this weekend. As part of its birthday celebrations, the station ran contests and gave out exciting prizes.

e4m by exchange4media Mumbai Bureau
Updated: Jul 5, 2011 11:36 AM
Red FM completes 9 years in Mumbai

Launched in July 2002, Red FM Mumbai turned nine this weekend. As part of its birthday celebrations, the station ran contests and gave out exciting prizes to its listeners.

The station has been reflecting the interests and concerns of Mumbaikers – be it Bollywood or Cricket or local city issues, and has given them a platform to speak out and express themselves in a truly ‘Bajaate Raho!’ fashion.

Speaking on the occasion, Rana Barua, Chief Operating Officer, Red FM 93.5 Network, said, “It’s been a remarkable journey for Red FM Mumbai and for all of us who have been lucky enough to be associated with it. What binds us all together is a commitment to the brand’s philosophy and attitude that pervades everything we do – whether it is on air or off air. We have always been at the forefront when it comes to innovation and this year we picked up our third consecutive Best FM Station Award at the India Radio Forum 2011. Our programming and marketing initiatives have been highly appreciated by listeners and have picked up prestigious national and international awards. We have nurtured and honed some of India’s best talents in the radio industry. For Red FM Network, our Mumbai station has been a trail blazer and we are extremely proud of all that the team has accomplished over the years.”

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