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Lotus News

Lotus News
Lotus News
Launched 11 october 2012
Slogan "Unmai Malarattum".
Country India
Language Tamil
Broadcast area Asia, Africa, Europe, Middle-East and Russia
Headquarters Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
Website http://www.lotusnews.tv/

Lotus News (Tamil: லோடஸ் ந்யூஸ்) is satellite TV's relay on OCTOBER 11, 2012 headquartered at Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu and has been successfully broadcasting all its events acquiring a huge local and international Tamil population as its regular viewers. The Lotus News is the Tamil news television channel that started its free live streaming through internet which has increased its access among youths across the state of Tamil Nadu.This channel has its slogan called Unmai malarutum. It recruited India's first transgender news anchor Padmini.[1]

Office

This channel has its registered office at the following address Lotus News, Seventh Vision India Private Limited, 3rd Floor, Thangam Chambers, Cheran Nagar, Coimbatore - 641030

News Anchors

  • Ilango
  • Chitra S.J
  • Amutha Poovaithangam
  • Saranaya Nagarajan
  • Goutham Krishnaa
  • Magesh
  • Bharaneetharan
  • Padmini Prakash (India's First Transgender News Anchor)

Voice-Over Artists

  • Gomathi
  • Bharathi

References

Citations

  1. ^ TOI

Sources

  • http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/namo-tv-in-gujarat-and-lotus-tv-in-tamil-nadu-bjp-on-air-274649

External links

  • Official website
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