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9X Media

9X Media
Type Television network
Country India
Founded 2007
by Indrani Mukerjea
Key people
Punit Pandey, Senior Vice President
Amar Tidke, Senior Vice President
Former names
INX Network
Official website

9X Media is a television network based in Mumbai, India. The company was founded by Indrani Mukerjea in 2007 through two companies, INX Media Pvt Ltd and INX News Pvt Ltd.

In March 2009, chairman and chief strategy officer Peter Mukerjea and founder and CEO Indrani Mukerjea left their management roles at INX Media.[1]

In August 2010, INX Media renamed itself 9X Media as part of a restructuring process.[2]

Current stations

Music TV channel 9XM launched in 2007, targeting the 15 to 24 age group and playing only Hindi film songs.

On 31 August 2011, the broadcaster launched 9x Tashan, a Punjabi music channel.[3] This was followed by Marathi music channel 9x Jhakaas on 31 October 2011. They also launched old Hindi music channel 9X Jalwa.


  1. ^ "Peter And Indrani Mukerjea Stepping Down At INX; Pradeep Guha To Come Onboard As Consultant". contentSutra. 2009-03-10. 
  2. ^ "INX Media renamed 9X Media". afaqs!. 2010-08-05. 
  3. ^ "Super Hit Punjabi Music Channel to launch on 31st August 2011". 9X Media. 2011-08-30. 
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