Hum FM

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Hum FM
City Dubai
Broadcast area United Arab Emirates
Slogan Pure Music
First air date 1998
Format Music, Infotainment
Language(s) Hindi, English
Owner Shamal Media Services LLc.
Website http://www.humfm.com/

Hum FM is a private FM radio station, broadcasting separately from the United Arab Emirates which plays Bollywood and pop music. It was acquired by Zee Entertainment, a subsidiary of Essel Group in September 2016.

Cricket commentary[edit]

In the past, Hum FM has broadcast the 2007 Cricket World Cup, Pakistan's tours of the West Indies, India and Sri Lanka in 2006, ICC Champions Trophy and many other major cricketing events live and exclusive for Pakistani and UAE listeners.[1] It also secured the rights for the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 and the 2011 Cricket World Cup.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hum FM to broadcast live commentary". The Nation. Retrieved 5 April 2010. 

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