“News18 Tamil Nadu” – News television adds one more count in Tamil Nadu. Now watch “News 18 Tamil Nadu”, another news channel for the Tamil news. Network 18 Group, which is owned by Reliance Industries has started its Tamil news channel. Today, Panorama Television Pvt Ltd, which owns and operates ten Regional News Channels under the brand of ETV, has launched three new channels today. News18 Kerala, News18 Assam (North-East) and News18 Tamil Nadu under the News18 brand.
“News18 Tamil Nadu” News TV Channel Live
The transmission has started from its Hyderabad studio until the elections. Once the election gets over, from June the channels will shift to their respective state capitals and operate from there independently. New18 Tamil Nadu will get relayed from Chennai from June 2016.
Unlike Assam, Tamil Nadu and Kerala states have a lengthy list of its regional news channels. In particular, Tamil Nadu has a wide range of viewers for the “Puthiya Thalaimurai TV” news channel run by SRM Group. As far as viewership is concerned Thanthi TV comes next. Which is another news channel run by a print media company “Dina Thanthi”, a leading Tamil daily newspaper.
Among the list of regional news channels in the state of Tamil Nadu, Sun Network has its strong place. “Sun News” was the only regional news channel once. After the entry of Puthiya Thalaimurai TV, the viewership had a great change. Though viewers will have more options to watch news and happenings in the state through multiple news channels, more number of regional news channels were headed by individual political parties. Examples include Kalaignar TV (DMK), Jaya News (AIADMK) and Lotus TV (BJP) in Tamil Nadu.
From the first transmission of News18 Tamil Nadu, we could see majority of news readers are from Puthiya Thalaimurai television. Though the viewers can have multiple options to change between channels to get clarity of news, the channel administration will have tough time in managing its staff.
Once the News18 Tamil Nadu brings the live streaming of its channel on web, we will bring it here along with other existing FTA (Free To Air) channels available on the site.