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SHORT STORY OF RADIO BBC

In ancient times Radio was the only means of entertainment. Nowadays its transformed form is FM RADIO. Podcasts today & in near future will be much more popular. So, the value of Radio really excellent & evergreen. Nomo in India once again made Radio is as much as popular as before through his “Mann Ki Baat” People once again turning towards Radio. It’s a really good sign of a Music lover.

Who named Radio in INDIA?

The first radio broadcasts were done by the Radio Clubs of Bombay and Calcutta in 1923. The Madras Presidency Radio Club was started in 1924. In June 1927, the Viceroy of India Lord Irwin inaugurated the Indian Broadcast Company (IBC). … On June 8th, 1936, the ISBS changed its name to All India Radio.  In India named Akashvani.आकाशवाणी, is a word of Sanskrit origin meaning “celestial announcement”, or “voice from the sky/heaven”

“Akashvani” was first used in the context of radio by M. V. Gopalaswamy after setting up the nation’s first private radio station in his residence, “Vittal Vihar” in 1936.[2] All India Radio, India’s public radio broadcaster, adopted Akashvani as its on-air name in 1956; it was felt that the term was more than appropriate for a broadcaster.

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