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Five WorldSpace Radio Stations now available on MSN India

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All you music lovers can now listen to WorldSpace radio via MSN India! WorldSpace Satellite Radio, MSN India and A.R. Rahman announced the launch of five WorldSpace stations on the MSN India portal.

The five WorldSpace stations that are available via MSN India are Farishta (Hindi fillm classics), Sparsha (Kannada), Spandana (Telugu), Gandharv (Hindustani classical) and Shruti (Carnatic Music).

Velu Shankar, Senior Advisor, Content and Programming, WorldSpace India said, “We are delighted with our strategic partnership with MSN India. We believe that with this initiative we will help bridge the needs of Indian across the globe to be closely connected with their roots and Indian culture.”

This announcement surely comes at the perfect time, just a few days before India celebrates its 60th years of independence.

Krishna Prasad, Executive Producer, MSN India said, “While music on the Internet is gaining popularity today, users in India today do not have many radio stations online to listen to the music they love, Now, users in India can log on to MSN India and listen to music that is relevant to them, in their own language while experiencing the digital quality that WorldSpace offers.”

To access WorldSpace Indian radio stations via MSN India, all you have to do is visit this site online. It will cost you a fee of $9.9 per month, to listen to the WorldSpace radio stations on MSN India.

Besides playing any of the five Indian channels, users will also receive weekly and monthly program listing updates along with the Radio Jockey profile of that particular radio channel.

A.R. Rahman, Brand Ambassador for WorldSpace and leading music composer said, “Technology is breaking barriers and going beyond geographical boundaries helping musicians gain recognition outside India, and at the same time making their music available worldwide. This breakthrough will enable millions of music lovers to stay tuned at all times.”