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These awards stand testimony to the relentless effort put in by a very young team: Kartikeya Sharma

03-February-2015
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These awards stand testimony to the relentless effort put in by a very young team: Kartikeya Sharma

exchange4media News Broadcasting Awards or ENBA, started in 2008, honours the best work in television news broadcasting in India every year. ENBA 2014 saw NewsX, an English news channel started around seven years ago, sweep awards in categories for News Channel of the Year (English) and Young Professional of the Year (Editorial)- English.

Rishabh Gulati of NewsX won the Young Professional of the Year (Editorial) - English.

“These awards stand testimony to the relentless effort put in by a very young team, which is trying to push boundaries and challenge established players to create space for itself in the market...NewsX brings to you a breath of fresh air, perhaps what you don’t find on other channels. I think this is one of the major reasons why people are turning to NewsX,” said Kartikeya Sharma, Group Chairman, ITV Network.


Gulati said, “I am fortunate to be working with the channel. The award means a lot and sends a message that if you have the determination and are willing to work hard, age and experience is not everything. For the youths, who are thinking about journalism as a career, must also think journalism as a service to India and people and larger cause of humanity as somebody told me once.”

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