Radio in Imphal



Radio in Imphal is one of the leading sources of infotainment for the people who stay in the city. There are quite a few radio stations in Imphal, which offer a variety of entertaining programs to the people of the place.

All India Radio Imphal is the main source of radio entertainment in this part of the Indian state of Manipur. There are four different radio stations at Imphal under All India Radio Imphal. The frequencies of these radio stations are 4775 kHz, 103.5 MHz, 882 kHz and 7150 kHz.

A number of different kinds of programs are aired on these radio stations of Imphal. The programs have been conceived keeping in mind the varied likings of the listeners. These programs cater to the needs and preferences of people belonging to different age groups.


The postal address of All India Radio Imphal is:

Palace Compound
Palau Road
Imphal: 795001



Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012

     


     

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