Cuttack Radio

All India Radio in Cuttack is one of the primary and active modes of communication in the city. Radio in Cuttack airs various programs at different frequencies. News is also transmitted in different languages.

The all India Radio Cuttack was started on 28th of January in the year 1948. The radio has its high power transmission stations at Sambalpur, Cuttack and Jeypore. There are local radio stations at Puri, Baripada, Joranda, Balangir, Keonjhar, Rourkela and Berhampur. FM Rainbow is another station aired by the All India Radio in Cuttack. The programs of Akashvani Cuttack are aired at 101.3 Mhz and 972 kHz.

The address of AIR Cuttack is provided below:

All India Radio Cuttack
Madhupur Houe
Bakshi Bazar
Cantonment Road
Cuttack 753001

Other than the All India Radio there are other private radio stations that air programs in Cuttack. Eastern Media Ltd's Choklate 104 FM and Adlabs' BIG 92.7 FM are aired within the 60 kilometer radius of Bhubaneshwar and Cuttack.

Last Updated on 30 August 2012



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