|Broadcast area||South Asia, Middle East|
|Headquarters||Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan|
|Owner||Television Media Network (Private) Limited (Lakson Group)|
|Sister channels||Express News, Express Entertainment|
|Launched||5 February 2009(relaunched in July 2018)|
|Former names||Express 24/7|
Tribune 24/7 was the second English-language television channel to be established in Pakistan, with Dawn News being the first. After Dawn News shifted to Urdu broadcasts in February 2010, Express 24/7 remained the only 24-hour English-language news channel in Pakistan until its closure in November 2011. The Express 24/7 CEO, Sultan Lakhani, cited the dismal economic condition and insufficient number of advertisement as the main reasons behind the closure.
Express 24/7 was relaunched as Tribune 24/7 in 2018, before closing again in 2019.
See also Edit
- Express 24/7 bows out amidst revenue drop | The Express Tribune
- "Express Group launches English language news channel Tribune 24/7 - Journalism Pakistan". www.journalismpakistan.com. Retrieved 5 June 2022.
- "Express Media Group launches English news channel". The Express Tribune. 10 July 2018. Retrieved 5 June 2022.
- "Express Group's English News Channel, Tribune 24/7 Shuts Down | MediaBites". mediabites.com.pk. Archived from the original on 9 January 2019.