The first lady of Canadian Radio, Datt’s broadcast experience paved the way for countless professionals in the broadcast industry. She is recognized as a pioneer for establishing a South Asian presence in the media industry and is further distinguished as the first Canadian woman awarded a license to operate a radio station by the CRTC. She holds the Order of British Columbia as well as the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Born into the business, Sudhir Datta runs the day to day operations at ITMB. As one half of the dynamic mother and son team at ITMB, Sudhir enjoys working behind the scenes and is the brain behind IT’s innovative brand and programming. As Music Director, Sudhir is in charge of selecting the Hindustani music to appeal to the station’s broad demographics. He is also a Mac addict and adept at addressing just about any computer related problem.
The people behind the passion
Bernie is a radio veteran of thirty years. Through great campaigns that balance key information with exceptional creativity, he helps clients create high impact radio and television campaigns that target the South Asian market.
Better known as Angie to almost 300,000 listeners across the lower Mainland, this RJ’s authentic passion to connect with people makes her a natural fit for radio and television. Catch Angie in the afternoon from 2 to 5 on weekdays.
Gopi is a born performer. He played Dholki as a kid, participated in dance contests, and appeared as a cast member of “Punjabi Vibes”. Catch him as Spice’s “moderate male” voice evenings from 5 to 8 on weekdays.
Mindy Singh is an aspiring Disney Princess who uses her talent and training to put a smile on everyone’s face. She is also a fitness instructor and one of the station’s morale gurus. Catch Mindy on Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5.
Actor, model, and RJ extraordinaire, Gaurav brings the Punjabi Hour to audiences across the Lower Mainland. Catch Spicy Cha with Shah on Spice Radio from 10 to 12 weekday mornings.
Nutan is a radio staple after almost 15 years on air. She is an accomplished actress and has acted in noteworthy dramas like “Parampara”, “Campus”, “Reporter” etc. Nutan hosts the retro show from 12 to 2 weekday afternoons.
Shavilla is another of Vancouver’s most recognized voices. She is a veteran broadcaster with over 50 years experience. She is the Sunday morning host of Bahurangi Lehren from 10 to 11.
Nimmi Bali has been a part of ITMB since the debut of RIm Jhim, the radio station established in Canada. Listen to Nimmi and Shushma on Panghat from 2 to 3 Saturday afternoons.
Deepali is part of our international weekend bringing listeners the delightful sounds of India’s Jewel of the West. Listen to her from 10 to 11 Sunday mornings.
Ramim is staple of the international weekend. From 7 to 9 Sunday nights, Ramim brings listeners an eclectic sound selection on Shabeneh
Irene brings the sounds of the Philippines to the airwaves. Through the latest news and music, she connect directly to one of Vancouver’s biggest populations Sunday nights from 9 to 11 in her show Tinoy Pinoy
The rhythmic sounds of the Southern India come to life from 3 to 6 Sunday afternoons with Balan on SpiceRadio
Enjoy all the good things Italy has to offer. Vito delivers a medley of music and news from the land of pasta, wine, and polymaths on Imagine Italia 12 to 3 on Sundays