India News

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India News
India News
ITV News logo
Launched 11 Feb 2008
Slogan "Desh ki Dhadkan".
Country India
Language Hindi
Broadcast area India
Headquarters 276, Media House, Captain Gaur Marg, Srinivaspuri, Near Okhla Bus Depot, Delhi
Website iTVNewsIndia.com
Availability
Satellite
Dish TV Channel 608
Tata Sky Channel 470
DD Direct Plus Channel 51
Videocon D2H Channel 308

India News is a Hindi language Indian TV news channel. Its motto is “Desh Ki Dhadkan“. The Channel is run by Kartikeya Sharma. Indian company Information TV (ITV) Media Group runs the channel. Deepak Chaurasia is the channel's Editor in Chief. The channel's market share growth rose from 4.5% to 8.4% (approx 90%) within 25 weeks.[citation needed][when?]

Owner[edit]

This channel owned by Kartikeya Sharma who is the son of Haryana politician Vinod Sharma of the Jan Chetna Party.

History[edit]

In January 2013, Deepak Chaurasia joined as India News' Editor in Chief.

Popularity and growth[edit]

According to Television Audience Measurement (TAM) research, India News is the No. 1 Hindi news channel with maximum time spent per viewer and was No. 2 news channel in terms of gaining maximum viewership on counting day of Delhi Elections on 8 December 2013.[1]

India News has overtaken most brands since its launch in February 2013, including NDTV 24x7, and Zee News which has long been into existence.[2][3][4]

Media and broadcasting[edit]

India News broadcasting is managed by TV Pvt. Ltd. which have its own Teleport facility for the Uplinking of its satellite channels. The channel is available on all major DTH platforms, Digital/Analog cable, Web and Mobile Television.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ TAM Date: 8/12/13, Time: 08:00 hrs to 09:59 hrs, CS 15+, Market : HSM, TSV (mins)
  2. ^ a b Indrajit Gupta (July 12, 2014). "Jehangir Pocha: The Star In Our Midst". businessworld.in. 
  3. ^ TAM Wk 37’13 – 03’14, CS 15+, Market : HSM, Avg. Market Share %
  4. ^ "India News to launch three Hindi regional channels". www.exchange4media.com. Retrieved 6 February 2014. 

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