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Nine-member FM radio body formed to tackle BECIL, Prasar Bharti

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Nine-member FM radio body formed to tackle BECIL, Prasar Bharti

A nine-member high powered interim committee has been formed by the FM radio broadcasters to tackle issues with BECIL, Prasar Bharti and issues related with music rights, etc, at a meeting held in New Delhi on Wednesday. The meeting was convened to finalise the constitution of the Association of Radio Operators of India (AROI).

The committee members include Rajiv Mishra, CEO – Radio Masti (BAG Infotainment); Prashant Panday, CEO – Radio Mirchi; Anil Mehra, CEO – Radio Today; Apoorva Purohit, CEO – Radio City; Ashok Narayan, CEO – Syntech Informatics; Sanjay Prasad, CEO – ABP Radio; and George Sebastian, GM, Marketing – Mathrubhumi Radio. Two positions have been kept vacant for Adlabs and Sun TV for the nomination in the nine-member high-powered interim committee.

AROI will call an AGM very soon to finally elect the office bearers just after finalisation of its constitution.


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