BookMyShow’s has announced that it is upgrading its three-month old music service Jukebox with original audio content in multiple languages across categories including horror, sports, bollywood, news and business, kids, comedy, music, entertainment (story-telling, drama, mystery etc.), history, and mythology & devotion. Jukebox will now offer have ‘talk content’, like a digital radio in multiple languages including English, Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil, Oriya to name a few. BookMyShow said in its statement that currently 60 talk shows will be available in multiple regional languages, and the company will add new shows every 15 days, and release new episodes of existing shows on a daily or weekly basis. Aditya Kuber, Associate Vice President-Audio Entertainment, BookMyShow said that through Jukebox, the company wants to identify and promote new talent and work towards building the complete ecosystem around talk radio. For the talk shows the company has as of now roped in Suresh Menon and Jose Covaco for The Suresh & Jose show, and radio jockey Hrishi K. In terms music, Jukebox will be offering curated playlists by Nikhil Chinapa, Rohit Barker, Brian Tellis among others. BookMyShow has also roped in major music labels such as Universal, Sony Music, Warner, T-Series, Zee, Saregama, Times Music, and Think Music. The service is currently available on Android and will be available for iOS users soon. Unlike prominent players like Saavn and Gaana, Jukebox allow users to download songs for free, and will not charge a subscription fee. In June, Jukebox saw over 80,000 song…
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