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NewsNext 2010: Surviving journalistic jugaad as per Arnab Goswami

By Ashish Pratap Singh | Sep 02, 2010

The third session of NewsNext 2010 saw a very interesting discussion between LV Krishnan, CEO, TAM Media Research, and Arnab Goswami, Editor-in-Chief, Times Now. The two industry leaders shared their views on ‘News Television – Up close and Personal’. The discussion was followed by a special presentation by Krishnan on ‘News in today’s world’.

Noorings: Being Arnab Goswami

By Noor Fathima Warsia | Apr 26, 2010

Editors, anchors and news channels per se, are perfect subject for any conversation. Whether it is monologues of sorts on platforms like Twitter or dialogues and conversations in boardrooms and dining rooms – everyone has a view on our national news broadcasters. And it is near impossible that Times Now, or rather Arnab Goswami, is not a part of those conversations. As is true of most big stories, there is prize and problem of being Arnab Goswami.

The only way we can take on our competition is to out-think them: Jehangir Pocha

By Nitin Pandey | Oct 21, 2009

NewsX has been seeing quite some action in the last 2-3 months with some key appointments as well as plans to revamp and strengthen the channel. NewsX is also going free to air from October 2009. Jehangir Pocha, in an exclusive conversation with exchange4media, speaks about plans for the channel, its rebranding, content strategy and more.

Guest Column
Newsmanic: Lies, damned lies and breaking news on Times Now

By BV Rao | Sep 04, 2009

In the 30 hours between the disappearance of Rajashekhara Reddy’s chopper and the declaration of his death, information was sparse and nobody knew what was happening. But 24x7 news demands that information or no information, you have to keep the talk-shop going. But when a channel takes recourse to exaggeration and outright lies to create an illusion of victory over its rivals, you have to call the bluff, says BV Rao.

TV editors form Broadcast Editors’ Association to protect right to freedom of expression

By Puneet Bedi Bahri | Aug 24, 2009

The editors of broadcast media on August 22 announced the setting up of a body, christened Broadcast Editors’ Association (BEA), to strengthen the values of objective and fair broadcast journalism and to protect and promote the freedom of expression. Star News’ Shazi Zaman is the President of the Association, while Times Now’s Arnab Goswami and NDTV’s Pankaj Pachauri are the Vice-Presidents.

Overview 2008: Times Now emerges the leader among English news channels

By Noor Fathima Warsia | Jan 06, 2009

The year 2008 saw intense competition between NDTV 24x7 and Times Now. If the first half of the year saw NDTV 24x7 lead in the English news genre, the second half belonged to Times Now. The genre has seen the number one position shifting too often in the year, and on most occasions, in the favour of Times Now.

25 nominees announced for ‘impact Person of the Year 2008’

By Tasneem Limbdiwala | Nov 25, 2008

It has been a long and difficult list to choose from, but finally 25 nominees have been drawn up for the ‘impact Person of the Year 2008’. In its fourth year, the ‘impact Person of the Year’ is an annual initiative of ‘impact’, India’s leading media, advertising and marketing weekly from the exchange4media Group.

Times Now goes live on from November 19

By exchange4media News Service | Nov 19, 2008

Starting midnight of November 19, 2008, English news channel Times Now went live across all 6,000+ widgets and home site. Times Now has started with three shows that have a strong following amongst viewers, like ‘The Newshour’, Times Now’s flagship primetime show hosted by Arnab Goswami; ‘No Full Stops’, a weekly wellness guide, which focuses on ways to start living healthy; and ‘The Foodie’, a food-cum-travel show hosted by Kunal Vijayakar. Times Now plans to expand its offering in the coming weeks.

NewsNext 2008 to turn the spotlight on the business of news television

By exchange4media News Service | Aug 20, 2008

The Capital will see the who’s who of the Indian broadcast fraternity converging for the NewsNext 2008 conference on August 22. An initiative of the exchange4media Group, the day-long conference would focus on various issues such as the future of Indian news broadcasting, self-regulation, and language news TV, among others. Times Now is the main sponsor of NewsNext 2008.

Debate on DD1 on TRPs and ratings, Sudhir Chaudhary and Suneet Tandon moderate a lively debate

By exchange4media News Service | Mar 17, 2008

Television rating points (TRPs) have always been a hotly debated topic in the industry. Taking forward this debate, Doordarshan Delhi organised a live discussion on the topic in its programme ‘Friday Fever’ on March 14. The programme also discussed whether TRPs were representative of the entire viewership spread across India or not.