Spice FM spreads on to the web

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Spice FM has caught cyber fever and transferred their operations to the Internet. Now people across the globe can click on to Spice FM Online and experience something refreshing.

The Newcastle-based station has already caused a stir with its exclusive star interviews, hilarious, talented DJ?s and chart-topping music. This is the first time anyone outside of England?s North East can tune into Spice FM, so don?t be left out of the loop any longer!

?It?s great how successful Spice FM has been,? says Sanjay Syal of The Devastasian Group. ?We knew it would be a huge hit, but the demand to continue has been so extensive, that we?ve had to start up an online station, rather than wait to get our 5-year broadcasting license. It?s truly phenomenal!?

Scores of Bollywood?s biggest A-listers have already been interviewed on Spice FM, including John Abraham, Shah Rukh Khan, Preity Zinta, Gulshan Grover and Bipasha Basu. There has also been major backing and support from Chief Inspector of Northumbria Police, Frank Gallop and Newcastle West MP, Jim Cousins.

Spice FM has been around since its launch on RSL on 9th January 2005.

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