July 12, 2018
ISLAMABAD – The Express Media Group that once ran the English language Express 24/7 is back again with a new name.
The Tribune 24/7 that went on air on Wednesday promises to “take Pakistan to the world and bring the world to Pakistan with conviction and clarity of purpose.”
The media group also runs the Urdu language Express News Television and Express Entertainment besides the newspapers Daily Express and The Express Tribune.
The group said that “in the new world order Pakistan has to communicate with the world in the language of the world.”
The Express 24/7 had closed down in November 2011 after operating for three years because of financial constraints. It was Pakistan’s only 24-hour English language news channel at that time.
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