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Malayalam journalism encompasses journalism published and broadcast in the Malayalam language. Pinnacle studio plus v9 3 multilanguage media. Modern Malayalam journalism can be traced to the publication of the Raajyasamaachaaram and the Pashchimodhayam under the direction of Hermann Gundert in June 1847.

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  • 1Newspapers
  • 3Television Age
  • 5Malayalam Online News Portals

Newspapers[edit]

Defunct Malayalam newspapers[edit]

While long out of print, these newspapers played crucial roles in the public life of Kerala during periods of political unease by vocalizing citizen dissent, and by subsequently influencing public opinion. Despite their historical and cultural significance, many of these publications were forced to close following pressure from local authorities. Some of their names survive as sobriquets of their primary editors.

  • Al-Ameen (edited and published by Mohammed Abdul Rahiman; 1929-1939)
  • Bharath Vilasam
  • Deenabandhu (edited by V. R. Krishnan Ezhuthachan; 1941 - 1962)
  • Kerala Mithram (edited by Kandathil Varghese Mappila and published by Devji Bhimji)
  • Kerala Pathrika (edited by Chengalathu Kunhirama Menon)
  • Kerala Sanchari (edited by Vengayil Kunhiraman Nayanar, otherwise known as Vadakkan Kesari, and published by the Spectator Press, Calicut)
  • Kerala Tribune (Mathews.K.Lukose Poriyakal Ayoor). People Tribune*Mathews.K.lukose Chief Editor
  • Kesari (edited by Kesari Balakrishna Pillai, otherwise known as Thekkan Kesari)
  • Malabar Mail (edited by Fr. Thomas Veluthedathu and M. M. Varkey, and published by Mar Augustine Kandathil)
  • Mithavadhi (edited by Moorkkoththu Kumaran and later by C. Krishnan)
  • Pashchimodayam (Hermann Gundert; estd. 1847)
  • People Tribune (edited by Mathews K. Lukose)
  • Powradhwani (edited by Aniyan Athikayam; 1932-2003)
  • Prathibhavam (edited by Sathish Kalathil; 2000)
  • Rajyasamacharam (Hermann Gundert; 1847-1850)
  • Sahodharan (edited by Sahodaran Ayyappan)
  • Swadeshabhimani (edited by K. Ramakrishna Pillai and published by Vakkom Abdul Khadir Moulavi)

Kerala Times Malayalam Daily owned by Kerala Cultural Society under the Arch Diocese of Verapoly Sadhvartha Malayalam Daily Published from Cochin- Managing Editor: Father Thomas Parathara, Coordinator: J.R. Parathara, Chief Editor: Prof. Abraham Arackal

Current Malayalam newspapers[edit]

  • Rashtrabhoomi News (www.rashtrabhoomi.com)
  • Malayala Manorama (founded and edited initially by Kandathil Varghese Mappila Established in 1888)
  • Madhyamam (founded by the Ideal Publications Trust and edited initially by P. K. Balakrishnan and K. A. Kodungallur)
  • Suprabhaatham (founded in 2014 by Iqra' publications with headquarters in Kozhikode)
  • Chandrika founded by Indian Union Muslim League
  • Deepika (founded and edited initially by Nidhiry Mani Kathanar)- currently run by church
  • Deshabhimani (Owned by Communist Party of India (Marxist)
  • Kerala Kaumudi (founded and edited initially by C. V. Kunhiraman)
  • Mangalam (founded by M. C. Varghese)
  • Mathrubhumi (founded and edited initially by K. P. Kesava Menon)
  • Express Vartha (ExpressVartha.in , welknown online Malayalam news paper)
  • Siraj (founded in 1984 at Caliut)
  • Veekshanam edited by K. L. Mohana Varma
  • Varthamanam
  • Janmabhumi edited by T. Arun Kumar.
  • Janayugam founded by Communist Party of India edited by Veliyam Bharghavan
  • General (newspaper) founded In 1976, From Thrissur, Kerala .
  • Thejas (founded by the Inter Media Publishing Ltd.)
  • Udaya Keralam (founded and edited initially by Vishnu S Ambadi)

Journals[edit]

  • samoohyapadam masika, Chief Editor: D SUVARNAKUMAR
  • Madhyamam weekly, Chief Editor: O. Abdurahman
  • Mathrubhumi Weekly, Editor-in-charge: M. P. Gopinath
  • Chintha Varika , Chief Editor: C. P. Narayanan
  • Bhashaposhini Monthly
  • Deshabhimani Weekly which was edited by Thayattu Shankaran and M.N. Vijayan
  • Grihalakshmi (Edited by K. K. Sreedharan Nair)
  • Samakalika Malayalam Vaarika edited by Saji James
  • Kala Kaumudi ( Founded by M.S.Mani)
  • Yojana(Malayalam) Published by Sales Emporium,Publications Division,Trivandrum
  • Kesari, RSS Malayalam Mouthpiece.
  • Chandrika ( Founded by Musthafa)
  • Thejas (founded by Inter Media Publishing Ltd and edited by Prof. P Koya)
  • Prabodhanam Edited by T.K. Abdullah
  • Rashtrabhoomi Monthly & Online Daily Edited by P.Vishnu Prasad
  • Al Irfad
  • Sunni Voice
  • Janashakthi Weekly[1]
  • Flash Movies
  • Arogyapadmam Family Health Magazine from Santhigiri Ashram - Associate Editor: T Sasi Mohan
  • Santhigiri Spiritual Magazine from Santhigiri Ashram,Thiruvananthapuram
  • Thelitcham Monthly published from Darul Huda Islamic University, Chemmad, Malapuram
  • Vinodh's Weekly published from Kozhikode, Edited by N.V.Vinodh

Television Age[edit]

Television broadcasting in the Malayalam tongue began 1985 with the beginning of Doordarshan telecasting.

Doordarshan[edit]

One of Doordarshan's first services was the broadcasting of regular news bulletins. Since its inception, the organization has become one of the largest television broadcasting entities in the world in terms of integrated studio and transmitter infrastructure.

Manorama News[edit]

In 2006, Manorama News was started with the help of strong backup of Malayala Manorama daily. With Pramod Raman and Shani Prabhakaran as anchors and Johney Lukose, K. P. Jayadeep and Romi Mathew as leading members, on the very first year itself this TV channel achieved the news TAM rating leading position.

Amrita T V[edit]

Amrita TV(അമൃത ടി.വി.), launched in 2005, as a 24-hour Malayalam, general entertainment satellite channel. The theme song, Lokasamastha was composed by Rahulraj. It was composed in 2003, for Mata Amritanandamayi's 50th birthday celebrated, and later taken as the theme of Amrita TV. Amrita TV's global footprint currently covers, beside India, Asia, Middle East, America, Australia and Europe.Amrita TV is a Free to air channel having its official broadcast through (C-Band) INSAT 2E satellite at 83 ° East.Also accessible on internet and similar platforms.

NTV[edit]

NTV is a Malayalam production house founded by the Kerala production house. Since its founding over two decades ago, NTV has functioned as a major producer and broadcaster of Malayalam programs. The name NTV has largely grown synonymous with major Malayalam telecasting. Serving all Malayalam channels including the state owned Dooradarshan, NTV continues to direct and produce a wide array of Malayalam-language programs.

The company was founded by Mr. Leen B Jesmas and Mr. Elias John in the year 1992. With the emergence of the satellite channels NTV made a break through by producing some of the most popular current affairs programmes on mini screen like ‘Kannadi’, ’Jalakam’,’Aniyara’, Saakshi, Vicharana. The creators of this quality programmes won 10 Kerala state Awards and many other recognitions.

In 2009, NTV started a regional channel in UAE. NTV UAE has always been a springboard for all Malayalam channels launched till date. NTV has been the major provider of basic archival content for television, was a major source for popularizing television channels. The channel was launched in June 2009 as the only regional Malayalam channel of UAE. It is there in all the major packages of E-vision including the basic, E-life and E- Pehla. NTV programming covers a range of generes, including News, current Affairs, Entertainment, Life style, culture and movies.Ntv's program

MediaOne TV[edit]

MediaOne TV is a Malayalam television channel under Madhyamam Broadcasting Limited from Madhyamam family. Mediaone broadcast programmes from its main studio unit located at Kozhikode. Dr.Abdussalam Ahmad is the managing director. Media One started its second channel Media One Gulf exclusively for Kerala Gulf diaspora headquartered at Dubai[2]

Asianet[edit]

Asianet was the first Malayalam TV Channel in private sector. Asianet started by Sashikumar, a famous left minded media person, in 1990 with his NRI uncle Reji Menon as main investor. They started their news bulletins in 1994. It was a turning point in the history of Malayalam journalism. The news persons behind this initiative were B. R. P. Bhaskar, T. N. Gopakumar, Neelan, K. Jayachandran, N. P. Chandrasekharan, K. Rajagopal, C. L. Thomas, N. K. Raveendran, S.Biju, Raju Raphael and Anil Adoor. This channel became the nursery of Television Journalism in Malayalam. The founding leaders of some of the news channels of Kerala were the products of Asianet like M. V. Nikesh Kumar (Indiavision), N. P. Chandrasekharan (People) and K. P. Jayadeep (Manorama News). Later Sashikumar was driven out of the channel when it became pro CPM. The full ownership gone to Raji Menon who was the real owner. Later the channel was taken over by the Rajeev Chandrasekhar's group. At present the world media baron Rupert Murdoch is the owner of Asianet channels except Asianet news. UPA governments' foreign direct investment policy in press helped him for take over. [3]

Indiavision[edit]

Indiavision was the first full-fledged news channel started in Malayalam. It started functioning in 2003 August by M. K. Muneer and M. T. Vasudevan Nair. The leaders of the channel were Mr. M. V. Nikesh Kumar (Executive Editor), N.P. Chandrasekharan (Associate Editor) and A. Sahadevan (Programme Consultant).The channel closed due to financial issues in April 2015

Janam TV[edit]

JANAM TV (ജനം ടിവി) is a popular Malayalam Television news & entertainment Channel which was launched on 19 April 2015. It is the first channel in Malayalam using most modern technology broadcasting in high-definition mode. It is operated by Janam Multimedia Ltd with more than 5,000 shareholders and its stated aim is to 'promote national interest'.

Kairali TV[edit]

Kairali TV is a Malayalam television channel. It is the first public limited channel promoted by Malayalam Communications. Currently, Mammootty, film actor in Malayalam, holds the post of Chairman. Other important leaders are: D Prabha Varma- Director, News and Current Affairs, N. P, Chandrasekharan- Executive Editor, Somakumar- Executive Producer and Abraham Mathew- Chief Correspondent.In 2005, a news channel People TV was launched by Kairali TV.

The HQ and studio of the channel is at East Fort, Thiruvananthapuram(Trivandrum). It has a transmission centre at Ernakulam too. A state-of-the-art HQ was constructed in Trivandrum as the Communist Marxists got rule of the State .

People TV is another channel owned by Kairali, that caters news and current affairs round the clock. 'WE TV, a channel for the youth has started transmission on April 14 of 2007.'

Jeevan TV[edit]

Jeevan TV is a 24-hour Malayalam television channel, with its headquarters at Palarivattom, Kochi, India. It uses the slogan 'The complete family channel'. Further it is a semi news channel. It is promoted by the Catholic Church of Kerala although the journalists working there came from Chenkottukonam Swami's Punyabhumi. Mar Andrews Thazhath, Metropolitan Arch Bishop of Trichur is the chairman of this channel. Currently Baby Mathew Somatheeram is the Managing Director. Other important leaders are: Isac Joseph-Working Chairman, PJ Antony-Executive Editor, Dr Biju Alappatt-Chief Co-ordinator, MS Banesh-News Editor, Babu Velappaya-News Editor, Jeevan TV, was established in the year 2002.This well known television channel is one such channel aired for the Malayalam- speaking viewers that caters to the interest of an entire family.

JaiHind TV[edit]

JaiHind TV is the general entertainment channel in Kerala, Controlled by Indian National Congress broadcasting from Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala . This channel was started by Sunnykutty Abraham a veteran Journalist and political analyst who left Mathrubhumi newspaper. Sunnykutty Abraham was the Chief Editor and Chief Operating Officer (COO) when the channel went on air. It is a 24-hour channel with entertainment and news. K.P.Mohanan is the Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of the channel.

Reporter TV[edit]

Reporter TV is a television news channel broadcasting in the Malayalam language catering to the Malayalam speaking population in Kerala as well as abroad.M V Nikesh Kumar, a popular media person in Kerala, India is the CEO of Reporter TV

Shalom Television[edit]

Shalom Television is a Christian television channel. Shalom television broadcasts Christian programming in the Asia, UK, Europe and the US. Shalom is a non-profit organization with publications; Shalom Times, Shalom Tidings and Sunday Shalom. Shalom TV India has associate itself with Eternal Word Television Network, transmitting programming 24 hours a day to 105 million homes in 110 countries and 16 territories on more than 3,400 cable systems, wireless cable, Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS), low power TV and individual satellite users.

Goodness Television[edit]

Goodness Television is a Christian television channel run by Divine Retreat Centre, Potta. Goodness TV India broadcasts Christian programming in the Asia, UK, Europe and the US.

Online journalism[edit]

In the late 1990s, some newspapers started making their print news accessible online. Online news websites started to emerge in the early 2000s, with malayalam.indiainfo.com. which was started in April 2000 and later renamed to thatsmalayalam.com, and weblokam.com (renamed to mayalam.webdunia.com) which was founded in September 2000.The Malayalam version of Indiainfo was started from Bangalore, and subsequently became part of oneindia.com. marunadn malayali and marunadan tv is one of the most relevant audience attention in kerala. largest independent online portal in malayalam. Websites content like politics, political analysis, breaking news ect.. provides movie news. News portals like Theonlinemalayalam presents an alternative view of issues.

Malayalam Online News Portals[edit]

AbhimukhamDotCom[edit]

An exclusive web portal for interviews, www.abhimukham.com is the first such initiative in South Indian language Malayalam. It features interviews of personalities from different social fabrics, including literature, cinema, society, science, politics, business and culture. It targets to create a single platform for different views and expressions from the first person. It stands apart from the online media trend of creating news from nothing or tiny bits of speeches or incidents and gives a complete and comprehensive representation of views. [https://www.abhimukham.com/}

Janam TV[edit]

News portal from Janam TV. Website

Janmabhumi[edit]

News portal from Janmabhumi Daily. Website

Deshabhimani[edit]

News portal from Deshabhimani Daily. website

Mathrubhumi[edit]

News portal from Mathrubhumi Daily. Website

Venad News[edit]

Online News Portal from KollamVenad News Website

Punalur News[edit]

Local news portal from PunalurPunalur News Website

Express Vartha[edit]

ExpressVartha.in - Fastest growing malayalam online News Media. Check out the latest and trending news from Kerala, India , UAE , gulf and around the world. Latest news on Politics, Local , Business, Cinema , Mollywood , Kollywood , football, Cricket, Technology, Lifestyle & Health and Travel. More on ExpressVartha.in

ExpressVartha.in - വേഗത്തിൽ വളരുന്ന ഒന്നാമത്തെ ഓൺലൈൻ മലയാളം ന്യൂസ് മീഡിയ പുതിയതും പുതുമയാർന്നതും ആയ കേരളത്തിലെയും , ഇന്ത്യയിലെയും , യുഎഇയിലെയും , ഗൾഫ് നാടുകളിലെയും , മറ്റു ലോക രാഷ്ട്രങ്ങളിലെയും രാഷ്ട്രീയ , സാമുദായിക , സാമ്പത്തിക , കായിക , സിനിമ, ക്രിക്കറ്റ്, ഫുട്ബോൾ , ജീവിതരീതികൾ , ആരോഗ്യം, യാത്ര സംബന്ധമായ എല്ലാ വാർത്തകൾക്കും ഈ ചാനൽ സന്ദർശിക്കുക

Subscribe to ExpressVartha YouTube Channel here ► https://www.youtube.com/c/ExpressVartha Website ► http://expressvartha.in/ Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/expressvaartha Twitter ► https://twitter.com/ExpressVartha

Manorama online[edit]

International news portal from malayala Manorama group[1]

Eastcost Daily[edit]

Online news portal from Eastcost. Eastcost Daily website

Kerala Kaumudi Online[edit]

News portal from Kerala Kaumudiwebsite

Online TV[edit]

Drishyam TV; First Free Malayalam Television Channel on the Internet started in 2005. Ez stream tv apk free download.

Malayalam Internet Radio Networks[edit]

Radio Dum Dum which is conferred as the first Malayalam Internet Radio actively promotes Malayalam News, Songs and Programmes worldwide.

References[edit]

  1. ^':: Janashakthi ::'. Janashakthionline.com. Retrieved 6 October 2013.
  2. ^' Indian media group to launch second TV channel', Gulf News, April 25, 2015.
  3. ^http://www.thehindu.com 'The republic on a banana peel' By P. Sainath, The Hindu 3 December 2010
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