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Hit 95 FM celebrates 5th birthday; revamps its programing

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RnM Team 02 Sep 11 14:22 IST

MUMBAI: As a part of its fifth birthday celebration, Hit 95 FM has revamped the station with new packaging, jingles and production for its listeners in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR).

The new packaging and productions is done by world class radio specialist from the US. The music format of the radio station is based on the Internationally successful CHR (Contemporary Hit Radio) to reach out international music aficionados. The primary language of music is English but the jocks communicate specifically in Hinglish catering to larger listeners.

The station has also announced a new initiative ‘The Jock Hunt’. It will be a six-week long promotion activity, with an invite to select any likeminded creative mind that fits into the culture and tradition of Hit 95 FM. As part of the birthday promotions the station is also giving Hard Rock / Landmark vouchers to every caller.

Hit 95 FM Delhi chief operating officer Sanjay Hemady said, “The Radio station, along with its partners continues to play an important role to promote international music in Delhi, this opportunity of ‘The Jock Hunt’ adds huge value to our partners. Our goal is to bring in new advertisers, add value and give them the comfort of Radio as a medium. The team works hard on the challenges on their current objections to entry in Radio.

The team is passionate and builds on valuable insights from the learning’s of Radio; they work constantly towards creating best in Radio.”

Hit 95 FM program director Sarthak Kaushik said, “HIT 95 FM highlights the need for a vibrant Delhi to have specialized content developed to their liking and listening habits. We constantly research and change based on our listeners liking.”



MUMBAI: As a part of its fifth birthday celebration, Hit 95 FM has revamped the station with new packaging, jingles and production for its listeners in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR).

The new packaging and productions is done by world class radio specialist from the US. The music format of the radio station is based on the Internationally successful CHR (Contemporary Hit Radio) to reach out international music aficionados. The primary language of music is English but the jocks communicate specifically in Hinglish catering to larger listeners.

The station has also announced a new initiative ‘The Jock Hunt’. It will be a six-week long promotion activity, with an invite to select any likeminded creative mind that fits into the culture and tradition of Hit 95 FM. As part of the birthday promotions the station is also giving Hard Rock / Landmark vouchers to every caller.

Hit 95 FM Delhi chief operating officer Sanjay Hemady said, “The Radio station, along with its partners continues to play an important role to promote international music in Delhi, this opportunity of ‘The Jock Hunt’ adds huge value to our partners. Our goal is to bring in new advertisers, add value and give them the comfort of Radio as a medium. The team works hard on the challenges on their current objections to entry in Radio.

The team is passionate and builds on valuable insights from the learning’s of Radio; they work constantly towards creating best in Radio.”

Hit 95 FM program director Sarthak Kaushik said, “HIT 95 FM highlights the need for a vibrant Delhi to have specialized content developed to their liking and listening habits. We constantly research and change based on our listeners liking.”
 
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