The English translation of Bible was started in 1604, and the process continued for nearly seven years. The King James Version is the third official translation of the book. This version was produced only because the Protestant groups found plenty of problems in the first two translations of the Holy Bible.
It is another important translation of the Holy Book.
Biblica is the original creator of this version. New International Version is relatively newer, as it was introduced in 1970. Its publisher has granted rights to two separate companies in United Kingdom and United States of America. This version was released in 1973 by the New York Bible Society. The job of producing the NIV was assigned to the society back in 1965.
It the latest version of the Bible as compared to NIV and KJV. Biblica is also responsible for this version of the Holy Book. It was introduced in 2002. As far as the content is concerned, there is hardly any major difference between TNIV and NIV.