Radio station for gay community opens in B’lore

The country’s lesbian,gay,transgender and bisexual (LGTB) community can now celebrate freedom of airwaves with a dedicated round-the-clock radio station.

Written by Press Trust Of India | New Delhi | Published: October 5, 2013 2:39 am

The country’s lesbian,gay,transgender and bisexual (LGTB) community can now celebrate freedom of airwaves with a dedicated round-the-clock radio station.

‘Q Radio’,which started operating from Bangalore last month,claims to be the first radio station in India tailored for the LGBT audience.

“LGBT is a large special interest group left out of mainstream media and social representation and this is a natural fit to our vision. The LGBT need media representation and a common ground to gather and spread thoughts from one place,” Anil Srivatsa,CEO and co-founder of Radiowalla.in,the mastermind behind the station,said.

“Our content will focus on life in India from an LGBT perspective where non-LGBT participants can also interact wearing the same shades of the rainbow,” he said.

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