BIG 92.7 FM launches tele commercial
GK NEWS NETWORK
Mumbai, May 4: 92.7 BIG FM, the radio arm of Reliance Media World Ltd has launched its latest television commercial to promote its show BIG 30 Countdown endorsed by none other than Bollywood heart-throb Hrithik Roshan.
The television commercial sees Bollywood and Radio, coming together for the first time ever to promote the station and the movie, in a truly unique way.
The TV commercial brings together the soon to be released blockbuster film KITEs and India’s No. 1 FM Station 92.7 BIG FM, and will hit television screens on May 5, 2010. The commercial centers around the BIG 30 Countdown, BIG FM’s daily national evening drive show, which air’s across 36 stations in the network. The show, BIG 30 Countdown features latest music and Bollywood gossip, the biggest stars, the biggest music hits and the latest blockbusters making it ideal to associate with KITEs, featuring Hrithik Roshan, Barbara Mori and some fantastic music.
The BIG 30 Countdown is designed to give listeners the best possible “re-charge” each evening, after a hard days work, it said in a statement.
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