These are the Business Tycoons of Indian Electronic Media

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The Electronic Media in India has already touched a next level of Journalism. There is not a single area has been left which has not been touched by Journalism. To show the news of the country is one of the important tasks of Electronic Media Production houses and running the system requires effort and courage and behind all this effort and courage, stands one man. That one man is responsible behind all the activities and also they have to face a lot of criticism for their work, still they stand firmly and against all odds, they continue to keep their organizations running. Those business tycoons have that courage.

Here we are discussing some business tycoons of Indian Electronic Media who became the centre because of their work in the field and have established the media industry in the centre.

Subhash Chandra

The business media tycoon who changed the whole vision of Electronic Media. His interest in media lottery is old. He owns ZEE Media and also DNA, the daily newspaper and all its management responsibility. Subhash Chandra established Zee news to reveal the true aspect of every news and to show what stands for right.

Aroon Purie  

Founder and chief executive of India Today Group. He is the managing director of Thomson Press (India) Limited and the chairman and managing director of TV Today. Started his work as a production controller and now has a national access. He sets the journalistic style for the largest and most respected magazine publishing group in India.

Prannoy Roy

The Media personality known for NDTV (New Delhi Television). The face of digital journalism was changed by NDTV. Prannoy Roy brought the country to the edge of its seat with his innate knack of translating the complicated facts of election politics and budget number crunching into straight-to-the-point analysis.

Raghav Bahl

Raghav Bahl is an Indian businessman best known for his ownership of several television channels, including TV18 India. He was the founding/Controlling Shareholder & Managing Director of Network18 group until the takeover by Reliance group. Raghav founded The Quintillion Media Pvt Ltd after his exit from Network 18. (Source Wikipedia)

Rajat Sharma

Anchor of Aap Ki Adalat and founder of India TV, also the editor-in-chief. He is one of India’s most prominent journalists. He takes interview almost every popular politicians like Arvind Kejriwal, Lalu Prasad Yadav, Lal Krishan Advani, Subramanian Swami and many other political personalities. His show, “Aap Ki Adalat” gathered popularity within few days of its start.

Anuradha Prasad    

Managing director of News 24. Anuradha Prasad is a name that needs no introduction in the media industry today. From her humble start to her present day success, she stands as a dynamic personality. As it stands for today, Anuradha Prasad interviews big personalities in her popular show, “Aamne-Saamne”.

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