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|Network||Broadcast television and online|
|Owned by||Zee Media Corporation Ltd.|
|Picture format||4:3 (576i, SDTV)|
|Broadcast area||India, International|
|Headquarters||Sector 16-A, Noida, Uttar Pradesh|
|Sister channel(s)||Zee Business
Zee 24 Taas
|Airtel digital TV||Channel 311|
|Tata Sky||Channel 510|
|Reliance Digital TV||Channel 408|
|Dish TV||Channel 651|
|Videocon d2h||Channel 307|
|Siti Cable||Channel 303|
|Cable TV Hong Kong||Channel 145|
|Channel 310 (Coming Soon)|
|Headquarters||Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India|
|Subhash Chandra (Chairman)
Sudhir Chaudhary (CEO)
RK Arora (COO)
It currently operates the following news and regional entertainment channels:
- Zee News (English and Hindi)
- Zee Business (English and Hindi)
- Zee Hindustan (Hindi)
- Zee Punjab Haryana Himachal (Punjabi and Hindi)
- Zee 24 Taas ( Marathi)
- 24 Ghanta ( Bengali)
- Zee Purvaiya (Hindi)
- Zee Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh (Hindi)
- Zee Kalinga (Oriya)
- Zee Marudhara (Hindi)
- Zee 24 Gantalu (Telugu)
- Zee Gantalu Kasmiri
- Zee Prime English Channel
- WION (World Is One News)
- Zee Live
- Zee European (London based channel)
Jindal Group incidentEdit
The channel was tried for allegedly extorting Rs 100 crore from the Jindal Group and two senior journalists have been arrested so far. Naveen Jindal accused Zee News of trying to extort Rs 100 crore from him for not airing stories against his company in Coal Scam. Zee News refuted the charges and made counter charges of Jindal offering them Rs 25 crore to halt their investigations against Jindal Steel in the coal scam.
Allegations of fabricationsEdit
Zee News reported that some of the students from Democratic Students' Union (DSU) raised slogans such as "Bharat Ki Barbadi" ("Destruction of India") and " Pakistan Zindabad" ("long live Pakistan")  In a letter Vishwa Deepak, who later resigned from the channel after expressing reservations over its 'biased coverage' alleged that "Our biases made us hear Bhartiya Court Zindabad as Pakistan Zindabad." ("long live Indian courts" as "long live Pakistan."). After Delhi police report it was claimed that footage was genuine. After getting authentication by forensic lab of CBI it is almost confirmed that vedio footage telecasted by the channel was authentic.  In response, Sudhir Chaudhary, Zee News Editor, said "Our channel only showed what was happening there, whatever we have shown is 100 per cent authentic.
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