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Mr. Shellac and Miss Vinyl
She is the voice behind Radio City's Late Show, Retro Show, and the popular damsels, Lingo Leela and Sister Stella. PREM PAUL NINAN in conversation with Priya Ganapathy.
The radio has made a comeback. Cable TV may have done its damage, but it is precisely the same entertainment biz that is driving the radio into every middle-class home, writes G.N. PRASHANTH.
BAGESHREE S. gets a slight indigestion over the ingredients of the remix concoction.
Making musical waves
Lahari Recording Company, one of the biggest names in the industry today, started with an initial investment of Rs. 500. It has to its credit several firsts, and has the rights of the best of music under its belt, writes DEEPA GANESH.
Analog for warmth, digital for ease?
No more travelling in search of distant music and no more struggling with rare musical instruments. Got a reasonable ear for music and some computer skills, then you can make your own raging tracks. Or so they say. S. SUCHITRA LATA writes on m usic in the digital age.
The sky isn't the limit
Even the space is up for grabs for satellite radio. SUGANDHI RAVINDRANATHAN listens to WorldSpace, the sole global provider of digital satellite radio services.
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