There is free-to-air government-controlled public radio called All India Radio (AIR), which airs regular news updates, both national and international and some of the most famous programs in the history of radio in India (Geetmala) that are immensely popular even today.
Over the last couple of years, the number of local and national frequency medium radio channels has mushroomed. Many stations broadcast in a mix of Hindi and English, and while the most stations focus primarily on Hindi film music (called Bollywood music or filmi), a few, such as Hit 95 FM, play mostly English-language songs.
A list of the FM channels and their frequencies:
- Radio City [91.1 MHz] http://www.radiocity.in/delhi.aspx
- Big FM [92.7 MHz] http://www.big927fm.com
- Radio One [94.3 MHz] http://www.radioone.in/
- Hit [95 MHz] http://www.myhit.in/ (Broadcasts international pop, rock, and electronic music)
- Radio Mirchi [98.3 FM MHz] http://www.radiomirchi.com/index.php
- Air Rainbow FM [102.6 MHz] http://allindiaradio.org
- Fever FM [104 MHz] http://www.fever.fm/