NDTV's Consulting Editor, Barkha Dutt recently put out a post on her Facebook page and criticised Times Now’s Editor-in-Chief for calling journalists like her ‘terror sympathisers’. Soon Twitter was abuzz with reactions and counter reactions; here is how Twiterrati reacted to the spat
Being his first interview with any private news channel post coming to power in 2014, Modi’s decision to choose Times Now for this exclusive one-on-one had the nation glued to the show, and that included ideologically diverse group of journalists belonging to an eclectic mix of political affiliations, who quickly went about praising, criticising, and even mocking both the guest and the host
Arnab Goswami, President, News, Editor-in-Chief of TIMES NOW, ET NOW and Magicbricks NOW speaks about ‘what next’ after the ten year Milestone achieved by Times Now, reasons on wanting to remain the ‘Deer’ in the business, playing the game with the hunger on a number 2 and not the complacency of a Number 1.
The conference which is being organised to commemorate the 10th anniversary of launch of Russia Today will address the causes, benefits and challenges of the growing number of international news broadcasters, changes in audiences’ demands and expectation when it comes to news, and the role that different opinions play in creating checks and balances for a multipolar world