DD Yadagiri is one of two Telugu-language TV channels from Doordarshan, the Indian public television broadcaster. The other is DD Saptagiri. It is named after the temple at Yadagirigutta in the Indian state of Telangana.
In 2014, the state of Telangana was carved out of the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh; these two states are where the Telugu-speaking population is concentrated. As a consequence, DD Saptagiri, which operated out of Hyderabad (in present-day Telangana) until then, shifted to the city of Vijayawada in post-bifurcation Andhra Pradesh, while DD Yadagiri was launched from Hyderabad.
November 2014–present (logo bug)
- In 1994, Doordarshan launched a number of channels in Indian regional languages. They were originally numbered from 1 through 18; they were renamed in 2000. (Most were renamed to the corresponding language; in the case of DD Podhigai, DD Saptagiri, DD Sahyadri and DD Girnar, they were named after hill ranges in the state where the language is spoken, while DD Chandana was named after sandalwood, a major produce of the state of Karnataka.)
| Television channels (Doordarshan):
National channels: Hindi generalist: DD National (HD) | DD Bharati and DD Retro | Sports: DD Sports | Hindi and English news: DD News (HD) and DD India | Parliament: Lok Sabha TV and Rajya Sabha TV | Specialised Hindi channels: DD Kisan (agriculture) | DD Gyan Darshan and DD Roshini (educational)
Regional channels: Tamil: DD Podhigai | Telugu: DD Saptagiri and DD Yadagiri | Kannada: DD Chandana | Malayalam: DD Malayalam | Marathi: DD Sahyadri | Bangla: DD Bangla | Odia: DD Odia | Gujarati: DD Girnar | Punjabi: DD Punjabi | Hindi heartland states: DD Uttar Pradesh, DD Madhya Pradesh, DD Himachal Pradesh, DD Bihar, DD Rajasthan, DD Uttarakhand, DD Chhattisgarh and DD Jharkhand | Urdu and Kashmiri: DD Urdu and DD Kashir | Northeastern states: DD Northeast and DD Arun Prabha
Free satellite TV service: DD Free Dish