Radio City, a part of Music Broadcast Limited (MBL) is a subsidiary of Jagran Prakashan Ltd. Being the first FM radio broadcaster in India and with 19 years of expertise in the radio industry. Music Broadcast Limited currently has 39 stations across 12 states, comprising 62- of the country’s FM population. Radio City reaches out to over 69 million listeners in 34 cities covered by AZ Research 2019 (Source: AZ Research Report). Radio City has spearheaded the evolution of FM radio by offering content that is unique, path-breaking and invokes city passion amongst listeners with its brand philosophy of “Rag Rag Mein Daude City”. This year Radio City and Cricketnews.com are coming together and partnering to provide the best from the world of IPL to the user. Satay tuned to hear us live on Radio City
The Bharat Army is synonomous for being Team India’s official global supporters group. Home of the best cricket supporters in the world! The Bharat Army has become famous in its association with Team India for its passionate and committed support travelling around the world supporting Team India for over 20 years. It was only a matter of time that our paths would have crossed and what better a time of IPL. We are partenring with the Bharat Army to bring you the best of the cricket and the ardent supporters of the game.
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