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Aaj Tak, India Today TV win best Hindi, English News Channel honours respectively at ENBA

27-February-2017
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Aaj Tak, India Today TV win best Hindi, English News Channel honours respectively at ENBA

The latest edition of exchange4media's news broadcasting awards, or ENBA, honoured the best and brightest in the world of broadcast news in a glittering ceremony held in Noida today.

ENBA celebrates the success of television news professionals across 31 different categories. Standing true to its reputation, ENBA generated an enormous response from the broadcast news industry garnering over 300 entries for the various category of awards.

This year's big winners included India Today TV, which won the Best English News Channel of the Year, while Aaj Tak won the Best Hindi News Channel of the Year. Rajat Sharma from India TV also won the Best Hindi Editor-in-Chief of the Year while Rahul Kanwal (India Today TV)was honoured with the Best English Editor-in-Chief of the Year.

Kartikeya Sharma of iTV Network was named the Best News Television CEO of the Year.

CNBC TV18 and its sister channel CNBC Awaaz were also honoured in the BARC India Business News category. The former won the BARC India Business News Channel of the Year (English), while the latter was accorded the same in the Hindi language category.

News9 was lauded as the Upcoming National News Channel of the Year, while Ashish Singh from NewsX won the Young Professional (Editorial) of the Year.                                                         

The jury for ENBA 2016 was led by Star India’s Managing Director Sanjay Gupta. He was accompanied on the jury by several other stalwarts such as Alok Mehta, Chief Editor, Outlook Hindi; Junior Anand Gupta, Founder SHE & Ninja Girl Bags; Archana Datta, Ex – Director General, All India Radio & Doordarshan; columnist Devi Cherian; Dheeraj Jain, Managing Director, Radcliffe Capital; author Jaishree Mishra, senior journalist Shravan Garg and Sudhir Mishra, Founder & Managing Partner, Trust Legal, Advocates & Consultants.

The complete list of winners can be seen below:
 

A. PROGRAMME
Best Current Affairs Programme - English
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Chennai Floods - Deepak Bopanna NEWS9 Winner
Best Current Affairs Programme - Hindi
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Jannat News18 India Winner
BARC India Best Business Programme - English
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 India Business Report BBC World News Winner
BARC India Best Business Programme - Hindi
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Ghar Ek Sapna - Scheme Trap & Hidden Cost India News Winner
Best Talk Show - English
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Cover Story Special: Living With Triple Talaq NewsX Winner
Best Talk Show - Hindi
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Parvez Musharraf Exclusive Aaj Tak Winner
Best In-depth Series - English
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Tower of Death - Bansy Kalappa NEWS9 Special Jury Commendation
2 Truth Vs Hype NDTV 24x7 Winner
Best In-depth Series - Hindi
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Operation Blackboard India News Winner
Best News Coverage - National - English
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 NDTV's Extensive Coverge of Drought in India NDTV 24x7 Special Jury Commendation
2 Surgical Strike India Today TV Winner
Best News Coverage - National - Hindi
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Floods (Prakash Kumar) ABP News Winner
Best News Coverage - International - English
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 November Paris Attack 2015 Noopur Tewari NDTV 24x7 Winner
B. PERSONALITY
Best Anchor - English
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Bhupendra Chaubey for Big5@10 CNN-News18 Winner
Best Anchor - Hindi
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Sweta Singh Aaj Tak Winner
Best Spot News Reporting - English / Hindi
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Gaurav Sawant - Spot News India Today TV Winner
Best Continuing Coverage by a Reporter - English / Hindi
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Agustawestland case - Ashish Singh NewsX Winner
Best Videographer - English / Hindi
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Jaltson A.C. BBC World News Winner
Best Video Editor - English
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Nitin Kaushik NewsX Winner
Best Video Editor - Hindi
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Nitin, Ajay, Amit - Vande Matram (Cap Saurabh Kalia) Aaj Tak Winner
Best News Producer - English / Hindi
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Sunthar Rajagopal CNBC-TV18 Winner
C. MARKETING
Best Channel or Programme Promo - English /Hindi
S.NO. Programme/Person Channel  
1 Chidiya Udd - Hindi NDTV Network Winner
Overall Excellence
Young Professional of the Year – Editorial- English/Hindi
Ashish Singh, NewsX
News Television Editor-in-Chief of the Year- Hindi
Rajat Sharma, India TV
News Television Editor-in-Chief of the Year- English
Rahul Kanwal, India Today TV
News Television CEO of the Year
Kartikeya Sharma, iTV Network
BARC India Business News Channel of the Year - English
CNBC TV18
BARC India Business News Channel of the Year - Hindi
CNBC Awaaz
Upcoming National News Channel of the Year
NEWS9
News Channel of the Year- English
India Today TV
News Channel of the Year - Hindi
Aaj Tak

 

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