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Channel Y

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Channel Y - 24*7 South Asian TV Channel

Channel Y is a Canada based TV Channel owned by Y Media. Y Media was established on July, 2001. Y Media offers content in different genres - News, Entertainment, Sports and lifestyle. It is a multi-lingual TV Channel, with content and programs available in Punjabi, Hindi, English and Urdu. Channel Y was launched on November 1, 2015.

Channel Y is a 24 hour infotainment Channel, which provides programs- Daily Talk Shows, Entertainment, Health Shows, Community Events and Sports. The combined reach of Y Media Group from all media platforms is 1.5 Million across Canada and over 1 million in USA.

Associated Journalists GROUP EDITOR & CEO Yudhvir Jaswal

Availability Canada - Rogers 857, Bell Fibe 828, Telus 2418 and "Y Media" App. USA - Yupp TV, Jadoo and "Y Media" App. India & Globally - IPTV boxes, www.SouthAsianDaily.com and "Y Media" App.

External links Southasiandaily.com

Other Platforms

1. Print: Midweek Newspaper is published in English every Tuesday. Midweek Newspaper covers Regional, National and International news with special emphasis on content that matters to the South Asian community. Midweek Newspaper is also available on online platform i.e. SouthAsianDaily.com and Y Media App.

2. Radio: South Asian Pulse : Y Media broadcasts many hours of Radio programs on 770 AM and 91.9 FM. The Radio programs are mainly focused on News, Analysis, LIVE Talk Shows, Music, Bollywood Gossip and Health tips.

3. Online: southasiandaily.com and Y Media App are Y Media's online platforms.

   

References[edit]

http://southasiandaily.com/channel-y-receives-overwhelming-response-from-community/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGqEdwwYlHdc7tDX-Rledcw

Highlights : Y Media interview with PM Justin Trudeau

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wsax4nAlzA


Sources

https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-oct-22-2019-1.5329205/these-canadians-are-close-to-the-key-election-issues-here-s-how-they-reacted-to-the-results-1.5331082

https://rrj.ca/fed-up-and-craving-change/

https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/archive/features/bubbles-of-pride-389923

https://newcanadianmedia.ca/election-debates-a-tale-of-two-hares-and-four-turtles/

http://www.mybindi.com/winners-of-the-5th-annual-cibc-midweek-south-asian-awards-announced-at-star-studded-ceremony/

https://www.bramptonguardian.com/news-story/9647334--brampton-needs-its-fair-share-federal-candidates-debate-local-issues-at-election-town-hall/

https://diversityvotes.ca/what-liberal-and-conservative-parties-are-offering-on-immigration-punjabi/

https://www.mississauga.com/community-story/4155139-south-asian-awards-honour-peel-s-best-and-brightest/

https://www.sikhnet.com/news/harnoor-gill-south-asian-teen-year-award-updated

https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-july-31-2020-1.5670052/july-31-2020-episode-transcript-1.5670865

https://www.oyetimes.com/lifestyle/community/15549-the-4th-annual-midweek-south-asian-awards

https://www.yupptv.com/channels/channel-y/live

https://gramho.com/explore-hashtag/Rogers857

Channel Y[edit]

Category:MediaNews Group


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