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RK Arora launches national Hindi news channel, JK 24X7

02-November-2016
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RK Arora launches national Hindi news channel, JK 24X7

RK Arora has jointly launched a new national Hindi news channel – JK 24X7 News under the banner of JK Media Network with Subash Chowdhary and Tapinder Kumar. The network also runs a channel in the regional space, Gulistan News, which caters to the viewers of Jammu & Kashmir.

The brand positioning for JK 24X7 News is inspired by the thought, “AAO BADLEN HUM”, spurring change and emboldening the voice of the changing India. Believing in principle, "You must be the change you want to see in the world", JK 24X7 news is making an effort to create a differentiation in the news genre by bringing about a change in itself by first moving away from the clutter

To achieve this, JK 24X7 News has a mix of programs especially designed and produced to help make a positive impact in the lives of its viewers.

JK 24X7 News is available on all major cable networks, and will shortly be available on all DTH platforms too.

The network also has plans for expansion of their bouquet of channels in different genres in the near future.

A Chartered Accountant by profession, Arora has over 25 years of experience. He recently stepped down as Executive Director and CEO of Zee Media Corporation Limited (ZMCL). Prior to ZMCL, he has worked with various media houses such as News Nation, India News, News 24 and India TV.

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