Indiavision News – First Malayalam News Channel (It’s closed now, Not Functioning)

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Closed Malayalam Channels – Indiavision News

Indiavision News Channel Logo
Indiavision News Channel Logo

Indiavision is an Indian free to air news channel in Malayalam. It was the first full fledged News Channel in Malayalam. It has its registered office in Kochi . Indiavision started telecasting in 2003 under the chairmanship of Dr. M. K. Muneer, a leader of Indian Union Muslim League. Eminent Writer M. T. Vasudevan Nair is the Chief Programme Consultant. Jamaludheen Farooquee is the Resident director. Nikesh Kumar is the Executive Editor and CEO of the news channel.

About the Channel

Indiavision, heralds in a vibrant, rich and novel audio-visual culture. Redefines television standards by providing value based content and the right mix of infotainment. Entertaining and edifying at once, it aims to develop viewer interests consistently and elevate tele-viewing culture constantly. Taking local and regional expressions to every corner of this global village is utmost in its mind.

Yes Indiavision
Yes Indiavision

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A gift to our own truly global citizens, Indiavision reaches out to malayalee population worldwide. It will be beamed across Europe and where regional language telecast is almost non-existent, and the whole of Middle East . Plans are afoot to launch separate channels in regional languages as well as an exclusive News channel in English. Also finalizing soon will be a tie-up with one of the most prominent channels of – equipping it with a technological and marketing edge.

Registered Office

32/1787,6th floor,
Tutus Tower,Padivattom,
N.H.By-Pass Road
Kochi -682024 Kerala
Phone +91-484-2338350,2338869,2535230,2338869
FAX +91-484-2535306,2345890
Email-news(at)indiavisiontv.com
web(at)indiavisiontv.com

Corporate Office

11/41-F, 4th Floor,
MSONS Arcade ,
Cherootty Road
Calicut – 673 001
Phone +91-495-4012136
FAX +91-495-4012136

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