94.3 Club FM

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Club FM - ton കണക്കിന് fun
Slogan ton കണക്കിന് fun
Frequency 104.80 MHz (only at Thrissur),
94.30 MHz
First air date 2007
Owner The Mathrubhumi Group
Website clubfm.in
Club FM
Industry Broadcasting - Radio
Founded 2007
Headquarters Mini Muthoot Hi-Tech tower, Kaloor, Cochin
Number of locations
Key people
The Mathrubhumi Group
Website clubfm.in

Club FM is a private FM radio station for the state of Kerala in India, operated by the Mathrubhumi in Kerala, specialising in popular music throughout the day. It received three RAPA awards in 2007, instituted by the Radio and TV Advertising Practitioners Association of India to honour exceptional work in radio and television.[1] The FM radio will transmit 24/7 entertainment, songs and public awareness information. The frequency for the stations in three cities; Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Kannur is 94.3 FM and at Thrissur 104.80 MHz (Club FM Thrissur 104.8 MHz has the highest coverage and clarity in the district compared to other FM stations in Thrissur[citation needed]).


Club FM is the FM venture of Mathrubhumi group in Kerala. Club FM is now Kerala's number 1 FM station and has the largest number of listeners across Kerala.[citation needed] Club FM was first launched in Thrissur.[2] Test transmission started by December 2007 and it started its service on the New Year day of 2008. It was launched in Kannur and Thiruvananthapuram by January 2008. Its fourth station was launched for Kochi on 17 May 2008.[3] ClubFm 94.3 won three RAPA award in the year 2008 immediately after the launch in Kerala.[3]

Station locations[edit]

At present Club FM stations are at:

  • Thrissur Club FM 104.8, Mathrubhumi Buildings, Veliyannoor, Thrissur
  • Kannur Club FM 94.3, City Center, Fort Road, Kannur
  • Thiruvanathapuram Club FM 94.3, Mathrubhumi Buildings, Vanchiyoor, Thiruvananthapuram
  • Kochi Club FM 94.3, Mini Muthoot Tech Towers, 15th Floor, Kaloor, Kochi


  1. ^ "Honour for Club FM 94.3". Chennai, India: The hindu. 15 May 2008. 
  2. ^ Club FM launch in Thrissur. Radio Dunia
  3. ^ a b "Club FM won awards". Radio Dunia. 

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