Bhubaneswar: Odisha’s most popular channel promoted by Josh Media Vision Pvt Ltd., MBC TV, has come up with its new logo on March 12th, 2017. The momentous event is part of MBC TV’s evolution as the most loved channel in the state and tune in with the changing times.
Designed by a team of professionals, MBC TV’s new logo is contemporary and fuss free, in a way symbolic of all that the channel stands for. MBC TV has made dramatic strides since it went on air on May 9th, 2011 and has grabbed eyeballs in Odisha and beyond by sheer commitment to quality and viewer tastes. Steering clear of high-decibel talking heads and sensationalism, MBC TV has reached many milestones during its journey.
Led by Sagar Mishra, a feisty young business school graduate who chucked up a cushy MNC job and jumped into the Television business only because of his love for the world of media and entertainment, the channel has redefined TV viewing in Odisha.
MBC TV has in its ranks a thoroughbred team of professionals led by Editor-in-Chief Ashok Mohapatra who has nearly 3 decades of experience in both the print and electronic media and has been one of the most recognised journalists in the state.
MBC TV has reached many milestones during its journey. The channel has redefined TV viewing in Odisha.
“Our new logo is a continuum of the MBC TV culture. Of keeping pace with changing times and tastes’, says Chief Inspiration Officer Mrs. Rasmita Mishra. ‘We are sure our viewers will appreciate it just as they have hailed all our initiatives”, Mishra adds.
“We are also planning to add many flagship contents along with attractive graphics packages for our viewer”, says COO KP Mishra.
Research oriented News & Current affairs programs in a new look and style, Musical extravaganza presented in a different pattern, Family dramas of high quality eyeing upon the rural viewers and Gala shows & events designed to attract new generation of viewers, are some of the unique packages going to feature MBC screen in the days to come.
A new feel is going to be experienced on the small screen of Odisha.