Radio One (India)

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Radio One is a radio station in India. It was launched on June 8, 2006 in Mumbai before going national in six more cities. It is a joint venture between Next MediaWorks and BBC Worldwide and operates in 7 metro Indian cities, namely Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Chennai, Pune and Ahmedabad. Radio One will soon expand to only metro cities in phase 3.

The station has recently switched to the International format in Mumbai and Delhi. Radio One is the only radio station that plays International (English) music & broadcasts International news[citation needed] 24x7 in Mumbai and Delhi. Bangalore had its and India's first truly international music station Radio Indigo.

The station broadcasts at 94.3 MHz in all cities except in Ahmedabad where it broadcasts on 95.0 MHz.


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