Mangalore Media

Mangalore media serves as a medium of general awareness in Mangalore. The purpose of media in Mangalore is to enrich, educate and entertain the people of Mangalore. Deccan Herald, Udayani, Vijaya Karnataka, The Hindu, Times of India, Kannada Prabha, Prajavani, Indian Express, etc. are some of the leading newspapers of Mangalore. Besides, we also come across a number of newspapers and advertising agencies in Mangalore. Some of the newspapers and advertising agencies of Mangalore that form an indelible part of Mangalore media are:

  • Kalkura advertisers
  • Janata Publicity
  • Mark Communications
  • Amith Media and Graphiks
  • Bangera Advertising
  • Feather Communications
  • Essel Advertising
  • Kundaprabha
  • Chethana Kannada Weekly
  • Manipal Media Network Limited
  • Bizline Media
  • Manasa Advertising and Marketing
  • Pallavi Advertising
  • Maria Advertisers
Doordarshan, as well as the other private networks such as Zee TV, Udaya TV, TV9, Asianet Suvarna, ETV Kannada, Star TV, OCN, CAD TV, UCN, Namma TV, etc are some of the important television channels operating in Mangalore. These television channels form an important part of media of Mangalore. In fact, the television channels serves as a medium of entertainment.

Moreover, another major component of media at Mangalore is the All India Radio, which is popularly known as AIR. The studio of All India Radio at Kadri transmits different programs at scheduled timings for the entertainment of the general public.

Last Updated on 21 September 2011



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