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Ooredoo to Broadcast Radio Olive and Radio Suno.

Tribune News Network - Doha : Ooredoo tv, Ooredoo tv App and the Ooredoo App to Offer New Radio Channels ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Ooredoo has today announced that it will broadcast two new radio channels via its Ooredoo tv service, the Ooredoo tv app, and from April 2018, the Ooredoo App. The new channels have been added as part of Ooredoo's ongoing investment in ensuring the best entertainment is available for all its customers. Radio Olive (106.3 FM) is the first Hindi FM channel to be aired from the State of Qatar and will provide the best of entertainment and music to expats from the Indian subcontinent. Radio Suno (91.7 FM) is the first Malayalam FM channel in Qatar and will provide a broad range of programming for South-Indian expats. Speaking about the new content, Manar Khalifa Al Muraikhi, Director of PR and Corporate Communications, Ooredoo Qatar, said: "We invest heavily to ensure a range of international content is available for all our customers, and we're delighted to add both Radio Olive and Radio Suno to our Ooredoo tv and apps." Mr. Krishna Kumar, Director of Radio Olive said: "The entire team of Olive and Suno Radio is extremely happy about this association with Ooredoo, and I believe this is a historic moment for all the listeners of the two networks in Qatar." This is the latest content announcement from Ooredoo in 2018, and the company has announced it will continue to update and invest in its entertainment portfolio.

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Publication:Qatar Tribune (Doha, Qatar)
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Date:Mar 11, 2018
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