Nepali adhunik geet has always had a devoted audience across the country, albeit a smaller one than popular music. While one can hear and see the songs and videos on radio or TV, there is an entirely different feel to it when you sit amidst other adhunik geet enthusiasts and listen to these tunes of the past, and that too when musicians trained in classical music are lending their voices to it.
Radio Nagarik, of Nepal Republic Media, is all set to introduce a brand new radio show: ‘Covered’. ‘The show is scheduled to go on air starting Sunday, and will feature cover-version singers who are looking for a break into the Nepali musical fraternity.
KATHMANDU, Sept 3: The advent of the 90s brought about massive changes in communication technology. Not only did internet services become accessible to the public, but it introduced independent broadcasters amid the general mass via digital mediums. Additionally, the overall evolution of visual media and digital platforms gradually took over sole dominance radio had established in the broadcasting media.
GIZA, Aug 2: A team of German and Russian physicists studying the properties of the Great Pyramid, also known as the Khufu Pyramid, have found that it can concentrate electromagnetic energy inside its hidden chambers and focus the electromagnetic waves into the substrate region, according to a study published in the latest issue of the Journal of Applied Physics.
KATHMANDU, Feb 13: World Radio Day is celebrating on Tuesday under the theme: Radio and Sports, with all radio stations, regulatory bodies and related organizations invited to celebrate radio and its contribution to democratic debate through information, entertainment and audience interaction.
TULSIPUR Feb 2: The District Police Office, Dang, has launched digital mobile radio technology service from Friday. Inspector General (IG) of Nepal Police, Prakash Aryal, inaugurated the service amidst a function organised in Tulasirpur.
DHADING, Sept 23: The District Forest Office (DFO), Dhading has demolished the office building of Dhading Radio 106 MHz along with an adjoining women’s security building located inside Amarawati Community Forest in the Nilkantha Municipality on early Friday.
KATHMANDU, Sept 20: Minister for Information and Communications Surendra Kumar Karki has said Nepal is a garden of all castes and communities residing here and we should move ahead by cultivating this garden.
KATHMANDU, Aug 9: The two-day South-Asian Community Radio Conference kicked off here today.
Vice President Nanda Bahadur Pun inaugurated the conference amidst a special ceremony at Thamel-based Hotel Marshyangdi.