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In recent times, when the air around is gloomy and the world is battling in despair, MY FM attempts to expand its AajKuchAchaSunteHain brand promise and build a ‘Positive’ aura for its ever- loved and cherished listeners. Under the new initiative, ‘MY FM par No Negative Emotion’, the radio network turns to ‘your happy place’ with no space for dejection, hopelessness or disappointment; a campaign to assure the listeners that ‘We are in this together’.

The 75-day long campaign, will comprise of shows ranging from ‘positive news’ to ‘reminiscing the exultant events that made the nation smile’, from ‘positive messages from celebrities’ to ‘having conversations with our listeners’ and last but definitely not the least, from ‘motivating excerpts of Bhagwat’ to ‘playing cheerful music from the past as well as the present’. Apart from this, the network has also launched a special top of the hour anthem for the initiative.

image-Rahul-Namjoshi-COO-MY-FM-mediabrief-e1617796468829.jpgRahul Namjoshi, COO, MY FM, said, “The second wave of pandemic has filled everyone with negative emotions. Somehow, feelings of fear, guilt, loneliness and depression have taken over our daily lives.

“Usually, MY FM mirrors the emotions largely displayed by our cities. However, we are an eternally optimistic brand, and this time, we need to help our cities come out of this negative zone.

“With the absence of family-entertainment options across media, we have come up with a bouquet of innovative programs for our listeners”, Namjoshi said.

The array of programs, include ‘Aaj kiachi Khabar’— a show to inculcate positivity through relatable and inspirational real life stories of people from across the country.  ’75 Not Out’— Recalling and talking about the joyful events from the past, ’75 Celebs’— Celebrities from various mediums spreading significant messages about Covid appropriate behavior and the Do’s and Don’ts, ‘Pahle Sheher se baat phir ghante ki shuruaat’— A chance for listeners’ to speak their hearts out, ‘Bhay Se Aage’— Excerpts from Bhagwat to highlight positivity and gratitude with Pt Vijay Shankar Mehta, ‘Song Smiley’ —Three peppy numbers back to back to put a smile on the faces of listeners and ‘MY Flashback’— Hand-picked tracks from the 90’s to help listeners walk down the memory lane. Also, the RJ’s, after talking to the callers, will try to bring a solution through authorities concerned. They will facilitate responses to mental health queries through experts.