Who We Are?
We are the first free air 24/7 Indian radio in Sydney & Melbourne. We are the most listened radio amongst the INDIAN radio community. We began the radio with a fantastic group of RJ’s and have since grown rapidly into a larger family alongside our loyal and devoted listeners.
We are three years old and so far we have organized two grand functions each year. Each and every event till date has successfully been sold out every time that they’re arranged, to the point where we have to stop selling tickets. Our listeners thoroughly enjoy both our programs that are on air and the events that are held each year. We hold these events to really get to know and build relationships with our amazing listeners. This year we are going to celebrate our third anniversary in April and would love for you, our loyal listeners, to join us in commemorating our third anniversary.
Who Radio Haanji?
1. We Are In The Leading Of All Indian Media Channels That Running In Melbourne.
2. We Are The Best Media Channel That Can Advertise Your Business Or Product.
3. We Will Let People Know About Whatever You Ask To Advertise For You,& Boost Your Cash Flow Instantly.
4. Our Listeners Listen & Believe To What We Say Because We Care About Our Listeners And Tell Them What’s Best For Them.
Radio Haanji started broadcasting from March, 2015 the contemporary entertainment and latest, up-to-date information on everything desi – be it from Punjab, India, or anywhere else in the world. Providing a voice to the Indian community with Punjabi and Hindi language service, Radio Haanji 1674 AM now caters to the Punjabi and other Indian communities throughout Australia with 24/7 live telecast as well as webcast.
Our Shows and Contents
Radio Haanji is the only independent community radio station in Melbourne that broadcasts seven days a week, 24 hours a day, and brings Punjabi music, Hindi music, Hindi classic songs, top-ten countdowns, current affairs, BBC World, India and Punjab news, cultural and religious programs, interviews, talk shows, and other community-related programs to the North Indian, Punjabi, and broader Indian communities. The radio covers a range of special music programs, from bhangra to Bollywood, old classics to contemporary pop and Hindi dance music. Our talk programs examine social issues, address health and spiritual needs, and discuss local current affairs for the audiences.
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