Red FM 93.5

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Red FM
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City of license India
Broadcast area National
Branding Superhits Red FM 93.5
Slogan "Bajaate Raho!"
Frequency 93.5 FM
First air date 2002
Owner Sun Group

Red FM is an Indian FM radio brand, with stations broadcasting at the frequency 93.5 megahertz in the cities of Pune, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Indore in addition to Bhopal, Gwalior, Jabalpur, Saugor, Nashik, Aurangabad, Nagpur, Bangalore, Mysore, Mangalore, Gulbarga, Kochi, Trivandrum, Thrissur, Kanpur, Kozhikode, Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Vizag, Warangal, Rajahmundry, Tirupathi, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Lucknow, Aizawl. Allahabad, Varanasi, Jaipur, Jamshedpur, Bhubaneswar, Asansol, Siliguri, Gangtok, Guwahati and Shillong. It was launched in 2002, playing a mix of Hindi and English songs. However, the programming is now 100% exclusively Hindi.

The channel is owned by Kalanithi Maran, with a 48.9% stake, as well as minority holdings of Hyderabad-based IT company ValueLabs, NDTV, Astro. It was acquired from India Today promoter Living Media in January 2006. Their punchline is 'Bajaate Raho' (Keep Playing). The most widely broadcast shows include "Morning No.1", "Dilse", "Mumbai Local", "One Two ka Four", "Mera Wala Gana", "Superhits Music Show", "RDX", "Indore Beats" and "Nomoshkar Kolkata". In one of the recent developments at Super Hits Red FM 93.5 Virag Mishra joined the team as a National Creative Head. Virag the recipient of the esteemed Stardust Award for standout performance as a lyricist is from advertising background. Starting August 14, 2009, S FM or Suryan FM was re-branded into RED FM across 38 cities in INDIA. S FM took over Red FM in August, 2009 and re-branded all its stations to Red FM except for the ones in Tamil Nadu.

Radio stations[edit]

RED FM 93.5 MHZ
States Language 1 2 3 4 5 6
Kerala Malayalam Kochi Thrissur Kannur Kozhikode Thiruvananthapuram -
Madhya
Pradesh
Hindi /Other Indore Bhopal Jabalpur Gwalior Ujjain Satna
Andhra
pradesh
Telugu Rajamundry Hyderabad Tirupati Vijayawada Vishakapatnam Warangal
Karnataka Kannada / Tulu Bengaluru Mangalore Mysore Gulbarga - -
Maharashtra Hindi Aurangabad Pune Nashik Nagpur Matheran - -
Uttar
Pradesh
Hindi /Other Lucknow Varanasi Kanpur Allahabad - -
Gujarat Hindi /Other Rajkot Vadodara Ahmedabad - - -
Other States Hindi /Other Jaipur Bhubaneshwar Jamshedpur Siliguri Asansol Gangtok
Other States Hindi /Other Guwahati Shillong Aizawl - - -
Metro Hindi /Other New Delhi Mumbai Kolkata Indore - -

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