TV5 (India)

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TV5 News Channel
Logo tv5-new.gif
Launched October 02, 2007
Slogan "The Most Trusted Name in News"
Country India
Language Telugu
Broadcast area India
Headquarters Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Sister channel(s) Cinema5[1]
Insat 2E (India) Location : 83° E
Dish Network (India) Frequency : 3845 MHz
Available on most cable systems Check local listings

TV5 (Telugu: టీవీ5) is a 24-hour Telugu language news channel in India.


TV5 News Channel was inaugurated on October 2, 2007 by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy. The channel's Editorial team consists of Editor, Brahmananda Reddy, and senior Output Editor Baraar Vijaya kumar, Business Editor P Vasanth Kumar,political editor vijaya narayan

The Channel[edit]

It telecasts 24 hourly news bulletins, 30 special news bulletins, with the support of 294 special reporters in every constituency of the state of Andhra Pradesh, 8 OB vans, and 6 metro bureaus.

The channel courted controversy on Jan 07 when it aired a story linking the death of YS Rajasekhara Reddy to the Reliance Group. Police have registered cases against the channel.

The Channel busted an International Smugling gang's activity by joint operation with Chittore district cops and the Crime Team in TV5 Led by rajesh Reddy, Crime Buaero Chief(TV5). The Channel saved an antique GREEN DIAMOND worth INR3500 Crores.

The channel's unique selling proposition is its business content. Reputed market analysts C Kutumba Rao, P Balasubramanyam, VVK Prasad, Sundar Raju and Seshu provide valuable financial analysis to the audience on a day-t-day basis. It is the only Telugu channel producing such a highly analytical and accurate business content. It has also won best business show award from a national television awards committee.


TV5 Telugu News is streamed live online. It is officially available on


  1. ^ "'Swamy Ra Ra' in the US by Cinema5". March 12, 2013. Retrieved March 13, 2013. 

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