Safari TV, new malayalam channel to begin transmission today

Kottayam, November 1: Safari TV, Kerala's first travel based television channel will begin transmission on November 1st, 2013.

It is a venture by Santhosh George Kulangara of Labor India Group, who is famous for his Sancharam travel video programs. This new malayalam television channel will have wide range of programmes based on travel, history and adventure. Viewers can explore destinations in India and worldwide through Safari TV.

The Safari 24x7 exploration channel will be available through Intelsat - 17.66 Degrees East, Polarisation - Horizontal, Frequency 4006 Mhz, S/R 14400kbps, Modulation 8PSK, FEC-3/4. Popular TV channel providers like DEN, Asianet Digital and Keralavison has already included Safari TV in their list of channels.

Santhosh George Kulangara and team were busy with pre-channel works for about an year. The channel now has one of the best studio floors, recording and editing equipments, and team of supportive people.

Santhosh is the co-founder of Labour India Gurukulam Public School, International Gurukulam School in Wagamon and Bluefield International Academy, West Virginia in the US. He is the Chairman and Managing Director of Supplement Communications, an evening newspaper, and Labour India Software Laboratories. He has also developed a unique heritage resort in an island in Vembanadu Lake, at Chempu, near Cochin. Asianet News Channel has been telecasting his visual travelogue serial entitled "Sancharam", lonely conceived and directed by Santhosh George Kulangara, ever since September 2001. The Limca Book of Records has included this unique and rarest adventure of Santhosh George Kulangara in its pages. He has already been conferred with over ten prestigious honours including the Asian Television Award, the Film Critics Award and several national awards.

--PR (Posted on 01-11-2013)

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