Radio City (Indian radio station)

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Radio City
City of license Bengaluru, India
Broadcast area National
Branding Radio City
Frequency 91.1 FM
First air date July 2001
Owner Music Broadcast Private Limited

Radio City is a FM radio station in India. It broadcasts on 91.1 (earlier 91.0 in most cities) megahertz from Mumbai (where it was started in 2004), Bengaluru (started first in 2001), Lucknow and New Delhi (since 2003). It plays Hindi, English and regional songs. It was launched in Hyderabad in March, 2006, in Chennai on July 7, 2006 and in Vishakapatnam October 2007. Radio City recently forayed into New Media in May 2008 with the launch of a music portal - that offers music related news, videos, songs, and other music-related features.

Radio City Bangalore is India's first private FM radio station and was started on July 3, 2001.[citation needed] It launched with presenters such as Rohit Barker, Darius Sunawala, Jonzie Kurian and Suresh Venkat.

The Radio station currently plays a mix of Hindi and Kannada music.

Broadcasting stations[edit]

Advertisement of Radio City Mumbai show Kasa Kai Mumbai on a car

The present broadcasting stations are:

  1. Ahmedabad
  2. Ahmednagar
  3. Akola
  4. Bengaluru
  5. Chennai
  6. Coimbatore
  7. Delhi
  8. Jaipur
  9. Hyderabad
  10. Lucknow
  11. Mumbai
  12. Nagpur
  13. Nanded
  14. Pune
  15. Sangli
  16. Solapur
  17. Surat
  18. Vadodara
  19. Vishakapatnam

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