Jabalpur Media



Jabalpur Media plays a monumental role in bringing the world to the doorstep of the residents of the Madhya Pradesh city. Both the print media and the broadcast media are actively involved in the process of enlightening people on all matters of national as well as global importance.

The Jabalpur media houses employ dedicated hard hitting journalists who provide a comprehensive coverage of all the important news. Although the popular English and Hindi newspapers of India are available in the city, the local Hindi newspapers record the maximum readership. The local newspapers that have a large circulation include the following:

  • Jabalpur Metro
  • Jabalpur Mail
  • Jabalpur Weekly
  • Jabalpur Daily
  • Jabalpur Nagrik Kalyan
  • Jabalpur Mandla Sivni Sandesh

    Electronic media is doing rather well the city. The television channels, radio channels as well as the web portals are equally involved in bringing the daily news into the homes of the people at the very click of a button. 102.9 Mhz, 801 Khz, All India Radio (Akashvani, AIR and Vividh Bharati) and Radio Mirchi have a huge fan following in the city. Apart from broadcasting the hourly news, the radio channels also have a host of entertaining programs, interviews, live dial in and chat shows as well as musical programs.

    All the popular Indian channels as well as some local television channels connect the city with the rest of the world. For further information on Jabalpur media, navigate to the following links:



    Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012

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