Lucknow - Media - Radio


One of the earliest stations of All India Radio has been operational in Lucknow for quite some time.

FM radio transmission started in Lucknow in 2000, and the city today has following FM radio stations.

  • Radio City 91.1 MHz
  • Red FM 93.5 MHz
  • Radio Mirchi 98.3 MHz
  • AIR FM Rainbow 100.7 MHz
  • Gyan Vani 105.6 MHz (Educational)
  • CMS FM 90.4 MHz (Educational)

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