Posts Tagged ‘Broadcasting’

Radio Noida Will Broadcast Live 3rd Global Festival of Journalism

February 9, 2015

The most popular radio station of Noida-Radio Noida 107.4FM will broadcast all the programs of 3rd Global Festival of Journalism on all the three days of the festival informed Brahm Prakash Director of the station.

“12 hours of programs have been planned on each day of GFJN from 10am to 10pm. All the programs will be broadcast from Radio Noida,” confirmed Sandeep Marwah President of Radio Noida.

Radio Noida can be heard in Noida, East, Central & South Delhi, Part of Ghaziabad and Faridabad with the listenership of almost 2 million people. The Radio is available to the whole world on mobile and Internet on site.

Festival of National Award Winning Films 2008 Begins

April 19, 2010


“It is very important to bring National Award Winning Films to the public for screening for the better and bigger exposure. This creative content handed over to us by the film makers of this country must be appreciated in large” said S.M.Khan Addl Director General and Director, Directorate of Film Festival of India, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India as the opening remark of 18 days long screening of National Award 2008 Winning films at Sri Fort Auditorium.

“It was my honour to be on the National Jury of Non Feature Film Category. The fact is that all the big makers of the World start their film carrier with short films or Documentaries These films make you realize your caliber, capabilities and capacities” said Sandeep Marwah the president of Marwah Studios and the producer of largest number of short films in the World while inaugurating the festival in a jam packed hall.

The screening started with the short film ‘Three Of Us’ which begged Best Cinematography Award to Shariqua Badar Khan who was also facilitated there followed by the screening of Feature Film ‘Antaheen’ recipient of Best Feature Film National Award 2008. Other who spoke and present on the occasion were jury members Santosh Desai and Sudesh Sayal.

National Seminar On Opportunities And Challenges Of Community Radio

March 12, 2010

Radio Noida 107.4FM in association with Asian Academy of Film and Television, Asian School of Media Studies, Asian Business School, International Children’s Film Forum, IFTC, IFTRC, World Development Organization, COMCON, Media Lab Asia organized national seminar on the opportunity and challenges of running community radio.

The seminar which was divided into four segments saw many prominent speakers from all over India who gave their point of views, suggestions, case studies, actual working and describe their problems. “I am proud to be associated with the group which believes in social work of the highest order” said Lt. Gen. K.M. Seth, the former Governor of Chattisgarh while inaugurating the seminar.

 “I have always believe in giving back my knowledge and my resources to Entertainment Industry to which I belong, India- the country I live in and Humanity without which we don’t exist” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios. “Radio Noida 107.4FM is an addition to our work of community” Marwah added. Others who spoke on the subject were Harshvardhan, K.R.P.Verma, S.N.Goswami, Dr.H.O.Srivastava, Rakesh Agarwal, Nirmal Bhatnagar, Brahm Prakash, Deepti Pant, Vijay Laxmi, H.M.Srivastava, C.R.Chabra, Taneja from Min. of I&B

 Kalyan Sarkar, Latika Sahni, V.Kannan, Mansoor Naqvi, Satish Anand, Rahul Sehgal, Lalit Kumar and large number of film, TV and Media students and professionals attended the seminar. The seminar was designed, planned and conducted by R.K.Singh Dean Asian School of Media Studies who later also paid vote of thanks.

Media Is The Most Important Part Of Society-Naqvi

July 11, 2009

Narrating the consequences where by erasing one word from the speech or an interview, the whole meaning of the paragraph can be changed, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi the former State Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Government Of India and now the Vice President of Bhartiya Janata Party  expressed that, “media persons have to be more responsible in this age of growing media activities”. He emphasized the need of proper training for younger generation while inaugurating the 64th batch of Asian Academy of Film and Television (AAFT) at Marwah Studios, Film City, Noida.

“The women of this nation has to come out openly and have to fight for her rights, media, film and television is the correct place for them,” said Mrs Suman Krishan Kant a renowned social worker of the country and wife of late Vice President Of India Shri Krishan Kant.

“Consumer is the most powerful part of all the businesses”, said Bejon Mishra who is the president of Federation of Consumer Societies in India called “VOICE.” He cautioned all the young film, TV and Media Students to get into the business keeping in mind the ultimate satisfaction of the consumer should be the targets of their all programs.

“We emphasized and amalgamate the Indian traditions and Culture into our syllabus as we believe that our culture has a very strong footings and can produce not only a better media person but a good human being from Asian Academy Of Film And Television (AAFT).” Said Sandeep Marwah the President of Marwah Studios and founder of Noida film City.

The other speakers who spoke on the occasion were Jiten Hazarika renowned painter and cousin of Bhupen Hazarika the recipient of Dada Sahib Phalke Award.Suresh Sharma the veteran Journalist and editor of Sandya Times of Times Of India Group. Later Chief Guest Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi presented “Academy Award” to Ranjan Arneja of 31st batch of Acting who has recently completed 900 episodes of ACP ARJUN on India TV and gained publicity through many other radio and TV programs .Marwah presented membership of International Film And Television Research Centre to the Guests.