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Manorama News

Manorama News
Launched 17 August 2006
Owned by Malayala Manorama
Picture format 480!
Country India
Language Malayalam
Broadcast area Indian sub-continent, Middle East, Europe, North America
Headquarters Kochi, Kerala
Sister channel(s) Mazhavil Manorama, Mazhavil Manorama HD
Website .com.manoramanewswww
Availability
Satellite

Manorama News (also known as MM TV) is a Malayalam language news channel owned and operated by Malayala Manorama. The channel, based at Aroor near Kochi, was launched on 17 August 2006, which coincided with the Malayalam New Year.[1] The channel was launched with the assistance of media consulting company Mediaguru Consultants Pvt. Ltd.

The thirty minute simultaneous newscast of regional news, Nattuvartha, from three regions of Kerala, viz. Malabar region, Kochi Region and Travancore region was done for the first time in the country.

Johny Lukose is the News Director and he also anchors a programme "Nere Chove". Romy Mathew and Pramod Raman are the Coordinating Editors of the channel and heads the input and output functions respectively.

Satellite Details

  • Manorama News(South, Central & North) : Insat 4A 83°E (Frequency: 4115MHz, Symbol Rate: 7776ksps, Polarization: Horizontal)
  • Mazhavil Manorama/ Manorama News International : Intelsat 17 66°E (Frequency: 4024MHz, Symbol Rate: 14400ksps, Polarization: Horizontal)
  • Mazhavil Manorama/ Manorama News International : Eutelsat 9A 9.0°E (Frequency: 11919MHz, Symbol Rate: 27500ksps, Polarization: Vertical)

Online

  • MM TV is streamed live online.

References

  1. ^ http://www.hindu.com/2006/08/15/stories/2006081501660700.htm

External links

  • Official website


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