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WION

WION

WION

INTRODUCTION

WION is an English language news channel in India its abbreviation is World is One News. Its headquarters are in New Delhi the capital of India where all its broadcasting is from their headquarters.

This news channel is own by the Essel Group which has business interests in mass media and also the partner of the Zee Media Network.

It is famous news network in India its programming is love by the people. The workers and journalists working in it are well train and degree holders that keeps the channel on top.

HISTORY

This channel website was launch on June 2016 on next month this channel launch ceremony is taken place.

 The best thing about this channel is it provides free to air service to the people of India. A 24-hour news channel in English that gives hourly bulletins and headlines.

Its programming and broadcasting are done from its headquarters which is in New Delhi. This channel is in English language that keeps all information about country’s affairs and politics.

In 2021 this news channel gives report on corona virus on daily basis because this fatal is spreading all over the world.

FOUNDING TEAM OF WION

The editor in chief of WION is Rohit Gandhi and Leon Desai the reporter of CBS network Mandy Clark also working in it. American Media Executive also working in this channel.

Many other famous journalists include bureau chief of Bangladesh Saad Hammadi and CNN anchor Archith Seshadri.

CURRENT TEAM OF WION

Its current team includes Sudhir Chaudhry as editor in chief of this channel and executive editor of Network 18 Palki Sharma Upadhyay.

One of the famous leading journalists Akanksha Swarup also the former news anchor of Republic Tv joined the famous news channel in 2018.

Other famous journalists include Rabin Sharma, Naveen Kapoor and Alyson le Grange.

TV PROGRAMS OF WION

Its Tv programs include

  • WION Sports
  • Top Stories
  • WION Wings
  • The Diplomacy Show
  • WION World Order
  • WION Speed News

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