The eastern most part of India is separated from the rest of the country by a narrow corridor of land, but has long been a proverbial cog in the wheel of our nation. We, at ATVI believe that this remote but functionally significant region of the country has a lot to offer. As a mouthpiece of this region, we intend to give the ‘nation’ what it hasn’t been represented with. In order to do that, we decided to tweak the story a bit. Apart from the traditional modes of reporting, we decided to adopt new media technologies that to tell stories from the region. We see 16:9 as the home of talented and experienced youth from the region, who have made a mark in the industry.
Our endeavour is to tell stories in myriad hues and genres. We aim to generate quality and viable content for the regional, national and global markets. Atvi Infotainment builds content in various styles i.e documentaries, docu-dramas, short films, feature films, web series, travel shows, music videos, audio series and live streaming of events. Atvi is leveraging the talent pool of the region to generate world-class content energetic
Tanushree is a serial entrepreneur with 12 years of experience, launching and running 2 successful startups. She is a Business Management graduate from Boston University’s School of Management. Tanushree founded the Brahmaputra Valley Film Festival, and was a jury member 64th National Film Awards, India.
Tanushree is a recipient of the Young Communicator Award by Symbiosis Institute (2010), and Outstanding Woman Achievers Award by FICCI-FLO (2013). She is also an Aspen Fellow
Karma is an award winning journalist with over 18 years of experience working at CNN IBN, CNBC TV 18 and CNN NEWS 18.
He is a two times winner of the Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism (2011 & 2014). He is a two times recipient of the ENBA award (2013 & 2014), and was also honored with Indian Television Reporter of The Year (2011)
Karma is a Chevening Scholar and an Aspen Fellow