Asian Sound

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Asian Sound Radio
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Broadcast area North West England, North Yorkshire
Frequency 963, 1377 KHz & DAB Digital Radio & TuneIn Radio
First air date 3 June 1996
Format Asian
Owner Asian Sound Radio Ltd

Asian Sound Radio is a radio station located in Broadcast House, Southall Street in Manchester.[1] It is the only 24-hour commercial radio station in the North West dedicated to the Asian community, broadcasting across the whole region from Preston in the North to Stockport in the South. The programming is a blend of news, current affairs, interviews, competitions, music and information in English, Urdu, Punjabi, Pashto Bengali and Gujarati.

Asian Sound Radio has a plethora of presenters, Nazia kapoor starts with breakfast show till mid morning then Ibn-e-Tabish sits behind the mic to entertain listeners till 01 PM and after that Rubina khan keeps you entertain with health segment till 04 until the legend Paul shah starts his Drive time Show, and then never ending entertainment comes to you by Fazeela, Ali vasi, Zeeshan, Habib Rehman, Zahid Zafar, Sana Naz and Muhammad Afaq Radio Name Afaq khan on different timing and different days (Schedule available on Website, Mobile App and Facebook Page) . Nuzhat Mehboob and Fazeelat Yaqoob are the longest running presenters of the station as they were one of the first presenters when the station trailed in 1994 and Farrukh Humayun is the longest running Head of News Department and News presenter of Urdu and English news since the very first day of broadcasting management Muhammad Afaq Production manager and Head of Social media team 0161 288 1000 PAUL SHAH Head of programming 0161 288 1000 MONA KHALIQ Office manager 0161 288 1000 SHAFAT ALI Director of Asian sound radio 0161 288 1000

For advertisement and to get your business noticed call 0161 288 1000 to sales team of Asian sound radio

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Asian Sound Radio". Ofcom. Retrieved 14 November 2011. 
  2. ^ "Ofcom Broadcast and On Demand Bulletin number 314, published 10 October 2016" (PDF). Ofcom. Retrieved 13 October 2016. 

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Coordinates: 53°29′31″N 2°14′44″W / 53.492036°N 2.245444°W / 53.492036; -2.245444