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Media One TV

MediaOne TV
Launched 10 February 2013
Owned by Madhyamam Broadcasting Limited
Slogan "Truth, Virtue"
Country India
Language Malayalam
Headquarters Kozhikode, Kerala, India
Website www.mediaonetv.in
Availability Available
Satellite
SUN DTH 217
Dish TV 954
Airtel 821
Cable
Kerala Vision Digital TV,Kerala 7
Asianet Digital TV, Kerala 108
E-Vision, UAE 727
Q-Tel, Qatar 253
Streaming media
MediaOne Website Watch live

MediaOne TV (Malayalam: മീഡിയാവണ്‍) is an Indian television channel broadcasting in Malayalam, operated by Madhyamam Broadcasting Limited. The company is owned by the Madhyamam Daily. The channel was licensed in September 2011 and was officially launched on 10 February 2013.[1][2] The main Studio is located at Velliparamba, Kozhikode. Mini news studios are available in all the major cities of India. Dr. Abdussalam Ahmad is the Managing Director, O Abdurahman is the group editor (madhyamam-media one) and CL Thomas is the chief editor.[3]

Contents

  • Inauguration ceremony 1
  • Studio Inauguration ceremony 2
  • Logo revealing ceremony 3
  • Official Launching ceremony 4
  • Satellite Information 5
  • Channel Availability 6
    • Direct To Network (DTN) 6.1
    • Direct To Home (DTH) 6.2
    • Digital Cable 6.3
    • Live Streaming 6.4
  • Controversies 7
  • Key people 8
  • Key programs 9
  • References 10
  • External links 11

Inauguration ceremony

Oommen Chandy, inaugurated foundation stone laying ceremony

Kerala Chief Minister Mr. Oommen chandy inaugurated the foundation stone laying ceremony of MediaOne headquarters and studio complex at Velliparambu near Kozhikode..

Studio Inauguration ceremony

MediaOne TV Headquarters And Studio

Logo revealing ceremony

On June 16, 2012, Union Cabinet Minister of Overseas Indian Affairs Vayalar Ravi unveiled the MediaOne Logo at Kochi Le Meridian convention hall .

Official Launching ceremony

The channel was officially launched on February 10, 2013 by Defence Minister A K Antony at a gala function held at Swapna Nagari, Kozhikode.Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy, Opposition Leader V.S. Achuthanandan, Kerala IT& Industry Minister P.K Kunhalikkutty, Film Director Mr. Ranjith, BJP Leader Adv. Sreedharan Pillai, Novelist Mukundan, Jamaet Ameer T Arifali, madhyamam-media one group editor O.Abdurahiman also delivered felicitation speech in the function.

Chief Minister Oommen Chandy delivered the inaugural address while leader of Opposition V S Achuthanandan inaugurated the studio complex and industries minister P K Kunjalikutty inaugurated the news studio. Malayalam film director, Ranjith released the Signature Music of Media One TV at the inaugural ceremony[4]

The infotainment channel will be turned into a full-time news channel following the launch of MediaOne Life, a full-time entertainment channel to come soon. Dr Abdussalam Ahmed, Managing Director of MBL has said that there are also plans to start MediaOne Global for Non-Resident Indians.

Established in 1987, Madhyamam has within two decades added 11 editions in India and nine in the Middle East, where it is the largest circulated international Indian newspaper.[1][5][6][7]

Satellite Information

Satellite Intelsat 17
Orbital Location 66 degree East Longitude
Down link Polarization Horizontal
Carrier type: DVB-S2
FEC 2/3
Downlink Frequency 4006 MHz
Symbol Rate 14400 Ksps
Modulation 8PSK
[8]

Channel Availability

Direct To Network (DTN)

  • JAINHITS(Available all over India)

Direct To Home (DTH)

  • SUN Direct DTH (Channel No: 217)[9]
  • Dish TV (Channel No: 954
  • Airtel (Channel No: 821)

Digital Cable

  • Kerala Vision Digital TV,Kerala(Channel No:9)
  • Asianet Digital TV, Kerala(Channel No: 108)
  • E-Vision, UAE (channel No: 727 )
  • OOREDOO, Qatar (channel No: 253 )

Live Streaming

  • http://www.mediaonetv.in/watch
  • http://www.turbotv.in/mediaone-tv-live/

Controversies

In February–March 2014, an autobiography of Gail Tredwell a former female disciple and closest personal attendant of Mata Amritanandamayi titled 'Holy Hell: A Memoir of Faith, Devotion, and Pure Madness' [10] made big allegation against Mata Amritanandamayi and her Ashram in Kerala. The book alleges that a senior follower of the Ashram, Balu had sexual relationship with Mata Amritanandamayi and the author for many years. It also alleges that Amritanandamayi behaved in very rude aggressive manner and abuses the author for many years.[10] The mainstream media of Kerala was reluctant to report about the allegation made by the book. Media One TV and a few other media organisations reported the news about the book and the allegations.

In accordance with an order from Madhyamam, in response to a petition[11][12][13][13]

Key people

  • Dr. Abdussalam Ahmad - Managing Director
  • MA Abdul Majeed - Chief Executive Officer
  • M Sajid - Deputy Chief Executive Officer
  • O. Abdurahman - Group Editor(madhyamam-mediaone)
  • C.L. Thomas - Editor in Chief
  • C Dawud - Managing Editor

Key programs

References

  1. ^ a b "MediaOne TV channel launched", Jamaate-Islami Hind, Kerala Official Website, 11 February 2013
  2. ^ "Mediaone TV logo unveiled". http://www.madhyamam.com. Retrieved 2012-06-17. 
  3. ^ MediaOne Team
  4. ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDAckH8cPdM&sns
  5. ^ "മീഡിയ വണ്‍ മിഴി തുറന്നു", MEDIA one Official website, 10 February 2013
  6. ^ ref "MediaOne TV channel launched: Madhyamam Daily News"
  7. ^ "MediaOne TV Signature Song"
  8. ^ "Satelite Information", MEDIA one, 11 February 2013
  9. ^ "SUN dth Information", MEDIA one, 26 March 2013
  10. ^ a b  
  11. ^ "Book on Amma: Petition against media organizations, others". The Hindu. 5 March 2014. Retrieved 5 March 2014. 
  12. ^ "Call to bring out truth about charges against Math". The Hindu. 10 March 2014. Retrieved 10 March 2014. 
  13. ^ a b "Amritanandamayi mutt row: Gail Tredwell, five news organisations booked". India Today. 12 March 2014. Retrieved 12 March 2014. 
  14. ^ "Program List". 

External links

  • Media One TV Signature Song
  • MediaOne Official website
  • Official Facebook Page
  • Official Youtube Channel
  • Official Twitter Page


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