IPS – Inter Press Service News Agency
October 21st, 2013

Preethi Nallu, IPSTV anchor.

After one year of intense preparation IPSTV Newscast is ready to go on air.

Starting on October 22nd, our correspondents from Africa, Asia, Latin America, North America, the Middle East and Europe will bring you the IPSTV views on news and compose a 30-minute program reflecting the IPS in-depth “behind the headlines” approach.

IPSTV will deliver exclusive local voices, images, stories and opinions, engaging the audience in a global, online discussion on topics neglected by the mainstream media.

Audience views are key to IPSTV news agenda and a valued source to our news production. IPSTV anchor Preethi Nallu will guide the public through Newscast headlines and invite them to provide feedback, send contents and participate in online polls.

Have a taste of IPSTV shots:

- Analysis: Behind the Headlines
- Slow News
- Participation Area
- Polls
- Interviews
- Community Shots

Soon the two-days a week schedule will be extended to the rest of the week and enriched with a debate program called “Dissenting Views”.

Watch the IPSTV newscast at New editions will air each Tuesday and Thursday.

Follow @IPSTV for live updates and facebook.

Use #IPSTV to join the conversations for Global Change!



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