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RADIO PAKISTAN IN THE LIGHT OF HISTORY
March 1926 The Indian Broadcasting Company (IBC)‚ a private Company‚ was formed

23rd July‚ 1927 IBC started a station at Bombay‚ thus beginning organized broadcasting in Indo-Pakistan‚ sub-continent

1928 A small transmitting station was set up at Lahore

April 1930 Broadcasting was placed under the direct control of Government under the title 'Indian State Broadcasting Service' (ISBS)

January 1934 The 'Indian Wireless Telegraphy Act (1933)' came into force

January 1935 NWFP Government set up a 250 watts transmitting station at Peshawar for community listening

March 1935 Office of Controller of broadcasting created under the Department of Industries and Labour of the Government

August 1935 Mr. Lionel Fielden assumed charge as the first Controller of Broadcasting

January‚ 1936 Delhi radio station was opened . Mr A.S.Bukhari Station Director Delhi becomes deputy controller of broadcasting on July 9‚ 1936

8th June‚ 1936 The name of Indian State Broadcasting Service was changed as AIR

July 16‚ 1936 A station was inaugurated at Peshawar. This station was taken over by the Government of India from the Government of NWFP on April 1‚ 1937

July 1942 The Peshawar radio station shifted in a regular broadcasting house December 1937 The Lahore Station went on air

March 1939 The Peshawar station was converted into a relay station

September 1939 News bulletins were centralized in all languages at Delhi. The same year‚ a station was opened at Dhaka .Nov 12‚ 1939 Quaid-e-Azam's first radio broadcast from Bombay radio station on Eid day
Oct 24‚ 1941 The Department of Information and Broadcasting was set up

July 16‚ 1942 Peshawar radio station formally inaugurated

February 1943 Controller broadcasting was designated as

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