Imphal Media

Imphal media resources provide both information and entertainment to the people who live in the city. Newspapers and radio stations are two major sources of infotainment in the capital city of the state of Manipur.

Radio is one of the most important media resources in Imphal. The radio stations of the city offer different types of programs to the people who stay in the place.

All India Radio Imphal offers quality radio service in the city. The four radio stations of Imphal operating under All India Radio Imphal are quite popular among the listeners. The frequencies of these Imphal radio stations are 882 kHz, 4775 kHz, 7150 kHz and 103.5 MHz.

The newspapers of Imphal provide all the important information to the residents of the city. The names of some well known newspapers of Imphal are Aja, Sangai Express, Imphal Free Press, Sumkawn and Hueiyen-Lanpao.

Aja is an Imphal newspaper in the Tangkhul dialect while the Sangai Express is published in both Manipuri and English. Imphal Free Express is an English newspaper edited by Mr Pradip Phanjoubam. Sumkawn is a newspaper in the Kuki language and Hueiyen-Lanpao is a Manipuri newspaper.

The newspapers of Imphal city provide information on a variety of subjects to cater to the varied needs of the readers. These newspapers are quite popular among the people of different age groups.

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Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012



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