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NDTV Profit beefs up offering with three new shows

02-September-2006
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NDTV Profit beefs up offering with three new shows

NDTV Profit has started three new shows – ‘Breakfast With Profit’, ‘Profit Fundamentals’ and ‘Profit Newsroom’. The three news shows will be aired between 8 am and 5 pm and will bring the flavour of the market, live reports, views, opinions, movements, buzz and trends of the market.

‘Breakfast With Profit’, as the name suggests, is a 60 minutes breakfast show, which brings to the viewers the top business headlines, stock market expectations, impact of key policy announcements, along with news and current affairs. The show will be aired every morning at 8 am on all week days.

‘Profit Fundamentals’ is a 30-minute show that brings live market action, breaking news and corporate developments just as trading begins to hot up. The show’s USP is spotting the early trends driving the trading calls and influencing the stock markets. The show will be aired at 11 am every morning on all week days.

‘Profit Newsroom’ airs at 12.30 pm on all week days. It is a 30-minute news show which brings to the viewers all breaking news, live reporter feeds, opinion and discussions with participation of industry leaders and market gurus.

Commenting on the launch of the three new shows, Vikram Chandra, Managing Editor NDTV Profit, said, “Our three news shows starting in the morning till midday will cover the market action and provide in-depth analysis of the market and bring to the viewers the day’s ups and lows, trends, policies and breaking news. With reporters across the country giving in live feeds, the three shows will compliment each other in building up to the closure of the market everyday. These shows will link to the pulse of the market as and how it evolves every minute, every day.”

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