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Triveni Media test launches Hindi news channel Voice of India

21-April-2008
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Triveni Media test launches Hindi news channel Voice of India

TML-Voice of India, a national Hindi news channel from Triveni Media Ltd (TML), has recently started its test signal. The channel is slated to formally launch by early May. TML is an upcoming news broadcasting company in India belonging to the $600 million Triveni Infrastructure and Development Company (TIDCO), which has interests in construction, real estate, automobiles and hospitality.

Madhur Mittal, Chairman and Managing Director, TML, said, “We are all geared up to launch Voice of India from Noida shortly. The test signal of VOI has been successful and our team is working overtime for the launch. VOI channels would be available on INSAT 4A.”

TML-Voice of India would also have five regional news channels – VOI Bangla, VOI Gujarati, VOI UP, VOI Rajasthan and VOI Madhya Pradesh. It would also launch Asia’s first premium lifestyle luxury channel in English, followed by a music channel.

To support the huge news operations, TML has invested heavily in news gathering resources for uninterrupted news flow across India through dedicated networks. These dedicated news networks would scout for news content that has social interest and mass appeal from all corners of India. The set-up also has a world-class production facility for seamless processing and packaging of the content.

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