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New programming initiatives at CNBC-TV18

07-February-2013
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New programming initiatives at CNBC-TV18

This February, CNBC-TV18 is adding three new shows to its portfolio – ‘Tomorrow’s Winners’, ‘Market Buzz’ and ‘Business Saturday’. The newly introduced shows are part of the business news broadcasters’ efforts to constantly provide content that’s on the cutting edge of business developments in the country.

‘Tomorrow’s Winners’ and ‘Market Buzz’ are weekday shows, while ‘Business Saturday’ is the new live show on weekends.

Commenting on the launch of the three new shows, Suranjana Ghosh, Head – Marketing, CNBC-TV18 said, “These new shows provide critical updates, helpful guidance, trading strategies and insightful analysis. With differentiated markets’ programming like this, we are confident viewers will gain an extremely informed preparedness for their trading sessions – be it during market hours, in the evenings or during weekends.”

‘Tomorrow’s Winners’ is a show that will offer the best stock picks, trading strategies and ideas to gear viewers for the next day’s trading session. It will be hosted by Udayan Mukherjee and Sonia Shenoy. The show will be aired on weeknights at 11 PM.

‘Market Buzz’ will focus on F&Os, the day’s top trades and all the action from the Indian equity markets. Sonia Shenoy and Ekta Batra will host the show that will be aired on weekdays at 4:30 PM.

‘Business Saturday’ is a weekend news package that will keep the viewers up-to-date with the world of business. It will be aired in the time band of 9 AM and 12 noon on Saturdays.

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