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BARC week 44: Times Now, ET Now, CNBC Awaaz continue to lead genres, India TV now leads Hindi News genre

MUMBAI: In week 44, While Times Now maintained its number one position in the English news channels genre in the All India (U+R) market according to Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India data, Aaj Tak slipped to second slot, while India TV secured the leadership position in the Hindi...

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BARC week 42: India TV is No. 1; Times Now, ET Now, CNBC Awaaz retain top slot

MUMBAI: In the Hindi news channels segment, India TV climbed up one step ahead and stood at the number one position. On the other hand, Times Now continued to rule the English news channels genre in the All India (U+R) market according to Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India data for...

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“Under Arnab’s guidance, ET Now will innovate & redefine biz news genre:” MK Anand

Speaking to Indiantelevision.com, Times Network CEO and managing director MK Anand shares the network’s plans and proposals for the future.

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News channels’ budget special

Every channel has roped in a series of exclusive programming for the union budget 2015 coverage.

Specials Budget Budget 2015
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“There is a growing difference in the way the economies are performing”: Jack Lew

The secretary of treasury, US in an interview exclusive to NDTV speaks on Make in India, optimism about India, how to battle slowdown and much more.

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