In 1997, Rajat Sharma and Ritu Dhawan set up their own production house – Independent News Service (INS), the parent company which owns India TV. He co-founded India TV with his wife in April, 2004 from a studio in Film City, Noida, then considered one of Asia’s largest news TV studios.
INS has investment from Keyur Patel, a top Silicon Valley venture capital and media billionaire, running one of the largest private equity entity investing in media. Other investors include Gautam Adani and Mukesh Ambani.
India TV has digital connectivity and its Broadcast Centre covers an area of more than 2.9 acres in Sector 85, Noida.
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