Yes Indiavision

Indiavision
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Launched 14 July 2003
Network Associated Broadcasting Company Pvt Ltd[1]
Owned by Associated Broadcasting Company (TV9 Group)[2]
Slogan The 24 hours news channel
Country India
Language Malayalam
Broadcast area Indian sub-continent, Sri Lanka, Middle East
Headquarters 32/1787, 6th floor, Tutus Tower, Padivattom, N. H. By-Pass Road, Kochi, Kerala
Sister channel(s) TV9
TV9 Kannada
TV9 Gujarati
Website

Indiavision is an Indian news channel in Malayalam language owned by Associated Broadcasting Company (TV9 Group) based at Kochi, Kerala state.[3] Founded in 2003, it was the first news channel in Malayalam.[4] It has its registered office and telecasting studio at Padivattom, Kochi.

Indiavision (by Indiavision Satellite Communications Limited) started telecasting under the chairmanship of M. K. Muneer, a leader of Indian Union Muslim League on July 14, 2003. Jamaludheen Farooquee is the resident director. Previously, M.V. Nikesh Kumar was the Executive Editor of Indiavision news channel.[5] M. K. Muneer resigned from post of India Vision Chairman in 2011.[6]

Indiavision launched its second channel, YES Indiavision (Youth, Entertainment & Sports) on February 14, 2007.

Main shows

  • News
  • Politrics
  • Varanthyam (presented by Advocate A. Jayashankar)
  • Kaleidoscope
  • Box Office
  • 24 Frames (presented by A. Sahadevan)
  • Gallery
  • Raag Rang
  • Special Correspondent
  • World This Week
  • Debate the Week
  • Colour Pencil
  • Pattilakkiya Pattukal
  • Yugatharam
  • Crime Patrol
  • Mukhamukham - Face to Face

Details

Frequency INDIAVISION NEWS SATELLITE: INTELSAT 17 @ 66° E FREQUENCY: 3894 MHz SYBOL RATE: 13840 kbps POLARISATION: HORIZONTAL FEC:5/6 CARRIER TYPE: DVB-S2, MODULATION: 8PSK

YES INDIAVISION SATELLITE: INTELSAT 17 @ 66° E FREQUENCY: 3894 MHz SYBOL RATE: 13840 kbps POLARISATION: HORIZONTAL FEC:5/6 CARRIER TYPE: DVB-S2, MODULATION: 8PSK

Contacts

32/1787, 6th floor, Tutus Tower, Padivattom, N.H.By-Pass Road Kochi -682024 Phone: +91-484-2338350,2338869

FAX +91-484-2535306,2345890

Competitors

Asianet News
Manorama News
Mathrubhumi News
Kaumudy TV
Reporter TV
People TV
Media One TV

References

External links

  • Indiavision (official website)
  • Indiavision (live streaming)
  • Indiavision (YouTube)
  • Indiavision News Decade (2003-2013)
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