Top Story

e4m_logo.png

Home >> Media - TV >> Article

Captain TV launches 24-hour news channel

31-August-2012
Font Size   16
Share
Captain TV launches 24-hour news channel

Tamil Nadu based news and entertainment channel, Captain TV started a dedicated 24-hour news channel ‘Captain News’ on August 29, 2012. It is promoted by actor/politician Vijaykanth.

Vijaykanth, DMDK Party Chief, formally launched the channel. The online version of the same commenced operations on August 28.

For the record, Captain TV was started on April 14, 2010 by Desiya Murpokku Dravida Kazhagam, which is a political party in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The Managing Director of Captain Media is LK Sudish, brother-in-law of Vijayakanth.

Tags

Bhasin on the checks and balances of new IRS, methodology with new companies like Vedsur on board, interpreting the data and why it’s not fair to compare with previous data

Chitresh Sinha, CEO, Chlorophyll Innovation Lab and Vivek Singh, Joint MD, Procam International speak exclusively with exchange4media on the upcoming #BeBetter Campaign for the TATA Mumbai Marathon

Abhishek Punia, Co-founder and COO of ARM Worldwide, tells about how they re-branded themselves from ARM Digital to ARM Worldwide and in the process marked their presence globally

Srinivasan opens up on what prompted their recent rebrand, their foray into bus depots and developing the software that displays Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation's (BMTC) Passenger Information System for all the major bus depots in Bangalore.

With 17 partners and sponsors across categories, the scale of Tata Mumbai Marathon comes across as commendable as it has managed to clock 44,407 registrations and set prize money of US$405,000

In top five programmes of BARC week 2, Zee TV’s prime time shows Kundali Bhagya and Kumkum Bhagya grabbed the first two position with 12533 Impressions (000s) and 11275 Impressions (000s). The re-run...

According to Flurry’s “State of Mobile 2017” annual wrap-up report, Lifestyle and Gaming Apps categories are on a decline