Kantipur FM

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Kantipur FM
Type FM station
Country    Nepal
Availability 96.1MHz for the east and central regions
101.8 MHz for the west
Founded October, 1998
by Shyam Goenka
Headquarters Kathmandu
Key people
Kailash Sirohiya
Former names
Radio Rastra ko

Swastika Sirohiya

Rameshwor Thapa
Station Manager
Prabhat Rimal
Business Development Executive
Subekchya KC
Group Kantipur Publications
Official website

Kantipur FM(Nepali: कान्तिपुर) (also known as Radio Rastra Ko)(Nepali:रेडियो राष्ट्र को) is a Nepalese FM radio station established in October 1998 as a first private FM station in Nepal and is currently operating in the east, central and mid western development regions. But, it is most popular in eastern region of Nepal and it is most listened station in Kathmandu, capital city of Nepal. It provides its service with news and entertainment programs. It is a 24-hour airing station. From 2007 on it started a nationwide transmission with two frequencies. 96.1Mhz for the east and central regions and 101.8 for the west.



It can be listened online through these websites:

  1. http://radiokantipur.com
  2. http://www.livefms.net/2011/06/kantipur-fm.html

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