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'Arnab Goswami to Host Newshour till the 3rd week of November'

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'Arnab Goswami to Host Newshour till the 3rd week of November'

After  a week of exchange4media breaking the news of Arnab Goswami  stepping down from the Times Network as President -News & Editor-in-Chief, Times Now and ET Now, the TIMES NETWORK has issued a statement announcing the acceptance of Goswami’s resignation.  

The statement said, Goswami will remain in his current position with TIMES NETWORK till the latter half of November 2016 and will continue anchoring the flagship show Newshour till then.

M K Anand, MD & CEO, TIMES NETWORK, while conveying his  best wishes to  Goswami  commented that, “ TIMES NETWORK cherishes the decade long association it had with Arnab. We are sure he will do well in his next endeavor and our good wishes are with him.”

In the spirit of reciprocity,  Arnab Goswami  remembered his long journey with TIMES NOW and shared, “It’s been an exciting ride at TIMES NETWORK. We have changed the way news is done and I have worked with fantastic professionals in this journey. To these professionals, I dedicate the success of the last decade as I look forward now to the future”

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