JUS Broadcasting Timeline


JUS Broadcasting Corp. founded by Penny K. Sandhu to launch Punjabi centric entertainment produced in the United States.


JUS Broadcasting sets up its first TV studio in a 3500 sq. ft. space in Astoria, NY.


JUS Broadcasting launches its flagship channel, JUS Punjabi on Time Warner Cable. JUS
Punjabi is the first Punjabi-American 24-hour TV
station launched in the United States.


JUS Punjabi launches on DISH Network, making it available nationwide in the US on satellite. JUS Punjabi also broadcasts the first ever LIVE telecast of a Sikh Day Parade in Yuba City, CA.


JUS Punjabi launches on Verizon FiOS and


JUS Broadcasting launches JUS One, the first ever spiritual and religious content TV channel on DISH Network.


JUS Broadcasting production on all its TV channels goes tapeless, officially entering the HD arena.


The JUS Broadcasting studios undergo a massive expansion. Going from 3,500 sq. ft. to 14,000 sq. ft. The studios and administrative offices now occupy two floors in the Astoria building.


JUS Broadcasting ventures into the streaming music business and launches JUS Radio, available as a free download on Apple iOS and Android devices.


JUS Broadcasting launches two more TV
channels, JUS 24x7, a hard-hitting news and
millennial oriented content channel, and 9x Tashan, a full time music channel transporte from India. The JUS Pack is formed on DISH Network offering a bundle of just JUS channels for subscribers.


JUS Broadcasting goes international! JUS
channels are now available in Australia and New Zealand on the Vision Asia platform. JUS
Punjabi is available for streaming on Yupp TV worldwide.


JUS Broadcasting sets up its first international studio in Chandigarh, India, maintaining a staff of 45 people.
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