Radio Dum Dum

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Radio Dum Dum
RadioDumDum.JPG
Broadcast area Worldwide
First air date September 2005
Format Internet radio
Website radiodumdum.com

Radio Dum Dum is world's first Malayalam Internet radio from Kerala. Radio Dum Dum reached among the Keralites all over the world within a short span. All kind of Malayalam music and related programs are the main contents. The unique desktop player is what makes Radio Dum Dum different from other internet radios.

Radio Dum Dum is the only Malayalam radio available through Spodtronics GPRS Spodradio. So we can hear Radio Dum Dum anywhere in the world even if we are on the move.

How it started[edit]

Radio Dum Dum started in September 2005 by youngsters in Cochin from different fields of entertainment and information Technology. Radio Dum Dum started as a song playing station to cater the NRI community from Kerala. As the response was enormous, Radio Dum Dum started streaming for other Operating systems other than windows. Now it's available in Mac and Linux OS.

By March 2011, the operations ceased to exist and the homepage redirected to a placeholder page, that contains no relevant content.

The Re-Launch[edit]

Radio Dum Dum
The New Logo of Radio Dum Dum
Broadcast area Worldwide
Format Internet radio
Website radiodumdum.com

Radio Dum Dum seems to have undergone a major revival for almost more than three years with a company known as Dum Dum Media Works FZC and now almost after Nine years by 15 April 2014, the online media stream has been launched back and their current homepage points towards the welcome page of the online radio stream with content playing in it.

The all new Radio Dum Dum is equipped well enough for a smoother interception with their all new refreshing Logos, Strategies, Web Player and Desktop Application. Apart from these Radio Dum Dum is also introducing Social Media Applications for Facebook and Google+ and Dedicated Mobile applications for iPhone/iPad, Android/Tablets, Blackberry, Windows and HTML5 platforms through which any GPRS/2G/3G/4G users can tune into the stream despite of geographical restrictions.

External links[edit]

In the news[edit]