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TV18 & CNN extend partnership on CNN IBN

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MUMBAI: TV18 and CNN International have extended their collaboration on CNN-IBN.

In this second term, the two will strive to take the partnership to next level, enabling CNN-IBN viewers to stay ahead on news from around the world and across multi-platforms.

Talking about the extension, Network18 chairman Adil Zainulbhai said, “We are delighted to announce the renewal of this extremely cherished partnership between two most respected brands in journalism. In this second term, we aim to present a brand new CNN-IBN that will bring news with even greater speed, accuracy, clarity and credibility and keep the viewers tuned to global developments much ahead of others. With this renewed partnership, we will enhance the process of news gathering and delivering it to our viewers by informing and enlightening.”

The renewed addendum aims to cut through the noise and clutter that is currently prevailing on the television news space. It will also provide the channel an opportunity to access live reports and discussions in real time from CNN studios around the world. CNN will also provide the technical knowhow and training to CNN-IBN anchors and editors.

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