Radio Indigo introduces Heartline for V-Day

BANGALORE: International radio station Radio Indigo 91.9 will launch Heartline 919 on Valentine’s Day, February 14th, 2012. Heartline 919 has been packaged for the young Bangaloreans. Gi

Published: 14th February 2012 12:31 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:56 PM   |  A+A-

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BANGALORE: International radio station Radio Indigo 91.9 will launch Heartline 919 on Valentine’s Day, February 14th, 2012.

Heartline 919 has been packaged for the young Bangaloreans. Given the stress factors today, the need to maintain a work-life balance, handle relationships and other personal issues, which is usually neglected. The show will be hosted by Dr Shyam Bhat and presenter Teja.

Namma Bengaluru

This Week

Radio Indigo, besides Heartline 919, also airs ‘Namma Bengaluru This Week’ every Saturday morning, aimed at addressing civic and city issues, by inviting key influencers and decision makers of the city for an on air discussion.

Heartline 91.9 will be edited and co-conceptualised by Sophia Purushotaman. The uniqueness of the show lies in the fact that it will be broadcast live every Tuesday and will allow the caller to communicate via Indigo 91.9’s 360 degree communication channels like chat, email, phone, sms at the same time, maintaining anonymity if desired.

Listeners can call in at 080-2550-2919 or sms at 52919. One can even email at heartline@radioindigo.in or even join the ‘Radio Indigo FM’ facebook page to reach Dr Shyam Bhat and Teja.

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