Chennai Live 104.8 FM to launch Vodafone Voice of Chennai

26 Nov,2012

By A Correspondent


After introducing shows such as Out of the Box and Indian Music Hour (both of which are the only shows in Chennai that promote independent music) and You’re Hired (a show that acts as the bridge between job seekers and employers across industries), Chennai Live 104.8 FM is all set to launch another epic show. ‘Vodafone Voice of Chennai’- the brand new program that is launching on November 28 – aims to give a powerful voice to the people of Chennai and a platform to discuss their problems and air their views.


The on-air show will discuss – what is it about Chennai that irks you – is it power cuts, traffic congestion, improper garbage disposal or something else that you wish to bring to the notice of others? Chennai Live 104.8 FM, in collaboration with Vodafone aims to give the listeners a platform, a voice, through this show so that your problems are addressed and the views heard.


The show will also feature a panel of experts related to the issues being taken up in every episode. Vodafone Voice of Chennai will feature Guest Anchor Sanjay Pinto- the lawyer, former Resident Editor of NDTV 24×7, and columnist with The Hindu. Accompanying him as co-host will be Chennai Live’s popular prime-time jock- Sanobar Sultana aka Sano.


Prem Kumar, Chennai Live’s Station Head said, “Chennai’s citizens are well-informed and socially conscious. Many of them also have unique ideas for the betterment of the city. While many others just want their problems to be addressed in a forum. We are providing an able outlet to them all, so they can voice their ideas and views on a large platform like radio and initiate change.”


This weekly show will air every Wednesday during The Breakfast Show, between 8:30 and 10 am. It will address, discuss and debate one new topic every week. And Chennai Live 104.8 FM has already started receiving suggestions and views from its listeners on possible topics. The radio station, thus, is leaving no stone unturned in making the show accessible to the people of Chennai. There is a dedicated IVR number that Chennai Live 104.8 FM has set up just for this purpose. The listeners can dial 555-88-42 and record their views. They can also alternately send an SMS to 56060, or write an email to Of course, listeners can also call in to the show live every week and be a part of the debate!


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