Kantipur FM

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Kantipur FM
Type FM station
Country    Nepal
Founded October 1998 (1998-10)
by Shyam Goenka
Headquarters Kathmandu
Parent Kantipur Publications
Key people
  • Kailash Sirohiya (Director)
  • Rameshwor Thapa (Director)
  • Prabhat Rimal (Station Manager)
Former names
Radio Rastra ko
  • 96.1 MHz (East/Central)
  • 101.8 MHz (West)
Webcast
Official website
radiokantipur.com

Kantipur FM (Nepali: कान्तिपुर ; or Radio Rastra Ko (Nepali: रेडियो राष्ट्र को)) is the first private Nepalese FM radio station, established in October 1998. It currently operates in the east, central and mid-western development regions. It is most popular in the eastern region and in Kathmandu. It provides news and entertainment programs 24 hours a day. In 2007 it started nationwide transmission on two frequencies – 96.1 MHz in the east and central regions and 101.8 MHz in the west. Additionally, it is available via the internet.

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Kantipur FM programming is available online through these websites:

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