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Jan TV

Jan TV
Logo for Jan TV
Launched 13 May 2012
Owned by CSL Infomedia Pvt. Ltd.
Picture format 4:3, SDTV, mpeg4
Slogan जन जन की आवाज
Country India
Headquarters Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Website [1]
IS-20 (68.5 E) 3854.5 MHz 7200 KSPS Horizontal DVB S2 MPEG4
Cable networks in Rajasthan Bihar and Jharkhand Hathway Cable (248), DEN Cable (324), SITI Cable (372) in Rajasthan, SITI Maurya Cable Patna and several local operators
BSNL iControl IPTV (India) Channel 174

Jan TV is a satellite television channel from India[1] owned by CSL Infomedia Pvt. Ltd. It was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Mr.Ashok Gehlot [2] on May 13, 2012 in Jaipur.


Jan TV Editor-In-Chief is Mr. Surendra Kumar Surana, who is also the Director of CSL Infomedia Private Limited


Jan TV telecasts Hindi news, education, employment, agriculture and entertainment programs. Jan TV is available live all over the world through live streaming on its portal.[3]

Some of the popular programs on Jan TV are:[4]

  • Computer Shaala
  • Satellite Education
  • News and Current Affairs
  • Dharti Ugle Sona
  • Gulistaan
  • Crime Report
  • Bollywood Express
  • Yadoo Ka Safar
  • Medi Talk
  • Jan Surbhi
  • Ek Mulakaat
  • 33 Zila 33 Khabar
  • Raag Sarita
  • Roshani Ka Safar
  • World This Week

See also


  1. ^ Jan TV info on LyngSat
  2. ^ "Gehlot attends Jan TV launch". The Indian Express. May 15, 2012. Retrieved June 27, 2012. 
  3. ^ Jan TV Official website. Accessed June 2012.
  4. ^ Jan TV Programs. Accessed August 2012.
  • मीडिया मिर्ची | जन टीवी का भव्य आगाज, मुख्यमंत्री अशोक गहलोत ने किया उद्घाटन

External links

  • Official website
  • "Two New Channels 'Jan TV' and 'Jan TV Plus' Launched from Jaipur". May 14, 2012. Retrieved June 27, 2012. 
  • मीडिया मिर्ची | जन टीवी का भव्य आगाज, मुख्यमंत्री अशोक गहलोत ने किया उद्घाटन
  • Jan TV live streaming
  • Free Channels from India

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