What happened to Radio Mirchi UAE?

What happened to Radio Mirchi UAE?

Abu Dhabi Media (ADM) has announced the rebranding of its popular Hindi Radio offering Radio Mirchi, in the UAE, to Kadak FM, in line with its vision to provide innovative and modernized content across all platforms.

What is the frequency of Radio Mirchi?

98.3 FM
Entertainment Network India Ltd promoted Radio Mirchi has migrated to a single frequency – 98.3 FM – across all its currently running 10 stations in India after it shifted to the single frequency in Ahmedabad, Indore and Pune.

How many radio stations are there in UAE?

Our UAE RAM solution measures the country’s 40+ radio stations, each catering for our diverse population in a multitude of languages.

Why did radio com change its name?

Entercom, one of the biggest names in U.S. commercial radio, will change that name to emphasize its focus on the broader world of audio. Entercom Communications Corp. is transitioning its brand name to Audacy, effective immediately. It also will “sunset” the name of its digital platform

Who is the owner of Big FM?

Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group
Reliance Broadcast Network Limited (RBNL) is a subsidiary of the Indian Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group. Reliance Broadcast Network operates Big FM Radio stations and BIG Magic Television stations in India.

Which FM radio is best?

We made a list of some great FM Radio sets that you can get for your home.

  • Saregama Carvaan Mini 2.0- Music Player with Bluetooth/FM/AM/AUX.
  • Portronics Dynamo POR-394 5W Bluetooth 5.0 Portable Stereo Speaker with TWS, USB Music & FM Music.
  • PAGARIA Portable Retro Vintage AM/FM Radio with Bluetooth & Walnut Wood Speaker.

Why is there no radio in Dubai?

However, the media in Dubai and the UAE is still heavily government regulated. Most stations, even those privately owned, are often still government controlled. In particular, all radio stations must cease normal broadcasting in the event of the death of a Sheikh or close relative of a Sheikh.

Is DAB radio available in UAE?

The Cabinet resolution of the UAE Terrestrial Radio Receiver Specifications for AM/FM/T-DAB+ is available in Arabic on the ESMA website. The approved standard No. UAE. S 5021:2018, titled “The UAE Terrestrial Radio Receiver Specifications AM/FM/T-DAB+”, is a mandatory standard for implementation in the UAE.