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Program Details

Radio SHON, on CINA 1650 AM

Weekdays from 10-11 AM, An hour full of Masti and Dhamaal

RadioShon Listen to your pasandeeda segments like, like fresh favorites, desi gold, recharge with old melodies, keep fit with the hit healthy tips and songs or dance on the beats of Jhoom Baraber Jhoom. We also have NEWS and current affairs... yaani... everything to turn your dull moments into happening ones.

About CINA 1650 AM

Licensed by the CRTC to Neeti Prakash, CINA Radio will broadcast programs to multicultural communities of the GTA 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. CINA Radio is Canada's first radio station licensed to serve primarily the Indo-Pakistani community, a significant recognition for the community. The radio station broadcast programs in 7 languages.

The primary coverage area of CINA 1650 AM is in the West end of the Greater Toronto Area (Mississauga, Brampton, Etobicoke, North York, Oakville) although it can be heard throughout the GTA.


SHON EXPRESS, Masti Ki Railgadi, on CMR FM 101.3

Weekdays from 9-11 AM, Morning DRIVE TIME SHOW!

A prefect dose for the fast-paced life, giving a new angle to your day. Contains-Variety of Meal deals like Bollywood entertainment, information and gossips around the world, NEWS update and Music; That rocks.

About CMR FM 101.3

As North America's only South Asian owned and operated FM radio station, CMR represents the growing ethnic voice of the Greater Toronto Area. Operating at 101.3 MHz on the FM band, at an effective radiated power of 1,000 watts, CMR serves as a forum for debate, discussion and exchange of community, local, national and international news, events and culture. The Toronto area is home to over 1.3 million immigrants and it is estimated that 43% of all new immigrants to Canada settle in the Toronto area. For its size, Toronto has three times as many immigrants as the rest of Canada , with over 100 countries represented. It is also said that each of the world's languages is represented at least one person in the Toronto area. Servicing this cultural diversity is CMR's specialty, as these groups continue to seek ties to their native cultures. From its leading edge facility, CMR services 20 ethnic groups in more than 24 languages. CMR also provides an important component of cross-cultural programming in English to bring together members of a large number of ethnic communities to discuss common issues and build cultural awareness.