Headlines Today

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Headlines Today
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Launched April 7, 2003
Owned by Living Media
Picture format 4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Country India
Language English
Broadcast area India
Headquarters Delhi, India[1]
Sister channel(s) Aaj Tak
Website www.headlinestoday.in

Headlines Today is a 24-hour English language television network based in New Delhi that carries news, current affairs and business programming in India, the channel is owned by TV Today Network Ltd. which is a part of Living Media.

Launch[edit]

The channel was launched in the year 2003 is a sister channel of the Hindi Aaj Tak news channel and is one of the four niche news channels from the TV Today Network stable other than Aaj Tak, Tez and Dilli Aaj Tak.

Headlines Today is a news channel that gets straight to the point and has been created to match the speed and lifestyle of the big city. The second channel by the group has been specially styled to understand the urgency of news for its busy urban audience. The stories are slick and short. The anchors are young and direct. The look is busy with multiple tickers and split screens. The all-encompassing philosophy - like that of Aaj Tak, it's sister channel and now India's number one news channel, is to deliver news with unparalleled passion, accuracy and speed. Headlines Today is the sharp news channel for sharp people.

It caters to the information needs of the young, on the move, mainly urban English-speaking audiences who have little time for elaborate news analysis. Of course, Headlines Today offers not just the best of national but also international coverage in light of the fact that today's viewer is truly cosmopolitan and has a global outlook. Headlines Today is one of the leading English news channels among elite audiences.

Programming[edit]

Headlines Today has many popular extra-news programmes such as "Wheel Spin", "EQ", "The Big Ticket", "Grand Stand" and "Sports Today".

Early morning 7'o clock it starts with the programme HEADSTART. The program is about giving fresh news and information with discussion among three of the newsreaders of this channel.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "India Today Group". India Today Group. Retrieved 2010-10-09. 

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