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Image Group of Companies is proud to bring forward fresh political and social news, current affairs programs, talk shows together with high-quality entertainment programs in both radio and television that reflects the life of the Nepali people and their incredible stories, lifestyle, music and art. Being the first to produce music videos in Nepal we boast vast archive of Nepali music videos.

We also have great collection of songs, live performances, and popular tele-serials of both Nepali and Newari languages. We introduce new and talented artists through the exclusive roster of talented VJ’s and RJ’s. We also take pride in our exceptional reporters, editorial and technical team who inform audiences with the latest news and views from various corners of Nepal and across the world.

Our motto

Credible news, balances views and healthy entertainment.

Our vision

To preserve nationality

To safeguard social values and

To promote civil rights

We believe a well informed society is the backbone of a prosperous nation

Our Mission

To focus on bringing forward quality programs both to entertain and inform the audiences. We are dedicated to providing credible, unbiased and accurate information and serving the nation as a watchdog. We are also committed towards fostering democracy and reinforcing the right to information, freedom of expression and liberty.

Our Editorial Policy

Balanced, truth and value based journalism is the full-fledged professional practice of Image Group of Companies.

Our Commitment

Democracy, freedom of press and freedom of expression, civil rights and social transformation.

Image channel

Image Channel is a household name since its conception offering 24 hours a day, 7 days a week viewership across 72 countries around the world.Image Channel started its toddler days with one and a half hours of transmission through the national television on 14 Jan 1997 (1 Magh 2053 BS). It fired up with programs that were focused on pop music, women, celebrity and fashion. Because of the uniqueness, programs such as Image pop, Button & Trades, AM guest and Srijana ko Sansar gained huge popularity among the audiences. Image then established itself as an inclusive Kathmandu Channel called the Image Metro on 31 Jan, 2003 (17 Magh 2059 BS). It expanded its wings so that Nepalese across Nepal and the world could take joy in watching its programs by starting off its satellite transmission on Jan 25, 2007 (11Magh 2063 BS). It has since then been identified popularly as the Image Channel.

Till this date too Image has lived up to the expectation of its diverse audiences in offering tasteful programs from tele-serials to live musical shows, latest fashion to sports happenings, fresh news to controversial debates. It also provides insightful talk shows that stimulate the mind – topics ranging from life style, politics to social issues of concern. It provides hourly news bulletin and immediate flash news as the event unfolds. Image broadcasts news in three languages: Nepali, English and Newari. Further, Image Channel is equally devoted to Nepal’s glorious cultural and natural heritage highlighting the diverse cultures each time through various programming and on-the-spot coverage of local and national happening, exciting festivals and special features.

The Image Channel is Free and satellite details can be found here.
For technical assistance please contact Engineering Department, P.O.Box: 5566, Panipokhari, Kathmandu, Phone: 014006555.

We bring you world-class programming with a thoroughly local flavor designing it each time to take the national network to even greater standards of excellence and heights of popularity, adapting each time to suit the choice of all kinds of viewers.

From News, Information and International Affairs, to Travel, Lifestyle and Leisure; From Sports to Talk shows to Music, there’s something for everyone on The Image Channel!


Lazimpat Road, Panipokhari, Kathmandu




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