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About Zee News
Zee News is an Indian news station broadcasting in the Hindi language and owned by Subhash Chandra’s Essel Group. It was first broadcast on August 27, 1999, and it is the flagship network of the Zee Media Corporation in India. There have been countless issues surrounding the station, and they have been caught on camera broadcasting fake news articles on numerous occasions.
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History of Zee News
Zee Media Corporation Limited (previously Zee News Ltd.) was created by the Essel Group on August 27, 1999, and it was originally registered as Zee Sports Ltd. on the same day. It was a subsidiary of Zee Telefilms Ltd, which was based in India (later renamed to Zee Entertainment Enterprises). The firm was renamed Zee News Ltd. on May 27, 2004, following its reorganization. In 2006, it was separated from the Essel Group and reorganized as a standalone business. Following a name change in 2013, Zee News Ltd became Zee Media Corporation Limited.
Subhash Chandra, the proprietor of Zee News, is also a member of the Rajya Sabha (House of Representatives) (Upper House of the India Parliament). With the assistance of the Bharatiya Janata Party, he was elected as an Independent from the state of Haryana in 2014. (BJP). In terms of content, the channel is seen to be more conservative than the BJP. Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demonetization of high-value currency notes, like the Rs. 1000 and Rs. 500 notes, a new currency of Rs. 2000 was issued as a replacement currency.