Janam TV

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Janam TV
Janam TV logo.png
Launched April 19, 2015; 3 years ago (2015-04-19)
Owned by Janam Multimedia Ltd
Picture format 576i(SDTV)
Slogan Media power to the masses
Country India
Language Malayalam
Broadcast area Indian sub-continent, Middle East
Headquarters Thiruvananthapuram (Regional office & Studio Complex)
Thrissur (Registered office)
Website Official website
Availability
Satellite
Dish TV Channel 1975
Tata Sky Channel 1842
Videocon d2h Channel 614
Airtel Digital TV Channel 838
Cable
Kerala Vision Digital TV
(India)
Channel 026
Asianet Cable Vision Channel 112
Streaming media
Janam/Live Watch Live

Janam TV is an Indian television channel which broadcasts news and entertainment programmes in Malayalam. It is operated by Janam Multimedia Ltd, and its stated aim is to "promote national interest".[1] The NDA government led by Narendra Modi approved Janam Multimedia Ltd's application for a licence to broadcast television in 2014[2] and the channel launched on 19 April 2015.[3][4][5]

Key people[edit]

  • Priyadarshan (Chairman)
  • P Viswaroopan (Managing Director)
  • U S Krishnakumar (Director)
  • GK Suresh Babu (Chief Editor)
  • R Balakrishnnan (Senior Editor)

Satellite information[edit]

Satellite Information[6]
Satellite Intelsat 17
Orbital Location 66 degree East Longitude
Down link Polarization Horizontal
Carrier type: DVB-S2
FEC 2/3
Downlink Frequency 3966 MHZ
Symbol Rate 14400 Ks/sec
Modulation 8PSK

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