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Kartikeya Sharma-owned India News channel conducts trial run

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Kartikeya Sharma-owned India News channel conducts trial run

India News, the channel owned by Kartikeya Sharma, son of former Union Minister Venod Sharma, has started test signals. The associates of the channel are from diverse verticals, well-established and recognised names in their respective fields. The team had some known social activists, intellectuals, and experts in various fields, claimed a statement from the Group.

Harish Gupta, CEO and Editor-in-Chief, India News, brings with him rich experience of three decades, having led news channels like Janmat, Sab TV and several leading newspaper organisations. Commenting on the channel’s arrival, Gupta said, “We have arrived, so watch out!”

India News has 11 studios at strategic locations across the country and several mobile studios to bring live coverage. Mumbai would be the second big hub for the channel, with facilities equivalent to Delhi.

It may be recalled that Good Morning India and Information TV (ITV) are the two media companies set up by Sharma recently. He has also launched a Hindi newspaper, ‘Aaj Samaj’, and a Hindi magazine, also called ‘India News’.

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