FM 100 once again becomes official FM Radio Media partner for PSL Franchise Lahore Qalandars. The Lahore’s sensation, Lahore Qalandars will team up with FM 100 for the most awaited season of PSL 2020. An MOU was signed between FM 100 and Lahore Qalandars.
FM 100 will provide coverage for all news related to Lahore Qalandars, RJs will highlight the success of Lahore Qalandars during the shows and will share the activities related to Lahore Qalandars.
Station Manager, Mr Syed Anwar Naqvi said, “Lahore Qalandars is doing its best to portray a positive image of Pakistan” he said, adding that FM 100 will do its utmost for the cause.
CEO of Lahore Qalandars, Atif Rana, said, “FM 100 is an old and trusted name with great credibility in the world of Radio and its pleasure joining hands with them” he said.
FM 100 is the pioneer of FM transmission in Pakistan. FM100 was established in the year 1994 and started broadcasting its regular transmission from March 23, 1995, it is the first radio channel in Pakistan providing live entertainment programs round the clock and promoting Pakistan music among the population, regular programs includes Urdu pop, Panjabi and western Music for younger generation, latest films hits for housewives, Ghazals & folk songs for listeners of all ages.
Lahore Qalandars is a Pakistani professional cricket franchise which plays in the Pakistan Super League. The home ground of the team is Gaddafi Stadium. It nominally represents the city of Lahore in the league. The team is owned by Qatar Lubricants Company Limited (QALCO). The team is currently captained by Sohail Akhtar. The team is coached by Aaqib Javed, a former Pakistani cricketer. Fawad Rana is the owner of the team. Lahore Qalandars was the second-most expensive franchise, and one of the few teams sold to an international company. The team finished at the last spot of the points table in each of the four seasons of PSL.
The brand ambassador of Lahore Qalandars is Shaheen Shah Afridi. Fakhar Zaman is the leading run-scorer and Yasir Shah is the leading wicket-taker for the side.