Aaj Tak

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आज तक
Launched 31 December 1998
Network Broadcast television and online
Owned by Living Media
Picture format 4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Audience share 115,885 (Jan 2017, [1])
Slogan "Sabse Tez" (English: 'The Fastest')
Country India
Language Hindi
Broadcast area India and worldwide
Headquarters Noida, India
Sister channel(s) India Today
Website www.aajtak.in
Tata Sky (India) Channel 509
DD Direct Plus (India) Channel 58
Sky (UK and Ireland) Channel 818
Eutelsat 28A (Europe) 11344 V 27500 2/3
Videocon d2h (India) Channel 303
Airtel digital TV (India) Channel 313
Dish Network (USA) Channel 706[2]
Dish Home (Nepal) Channel 704
Asianet Digital (India) Channel 523
Streaming media
TVPlayer Watch live (UK only)

AAJ TAK is a 24-hour Hindi news television channel owned by TV Today Network. AAJ TAK loosely translates as "Till Today" or "Up to the Minute". AAJ TAK initially began as a news bulletin on a public television station in India and turned to an independent channel after the carrier did not renew its contract. In India, AAJ TAK is free-to-air. In 2006 it began offering a pay channel to international markets.

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In November 2015, a video came online showing an Aaj Tak reporter bribing a kid with money to purchase liquor in order to give an anti-BJP statement for which the channel received widespread condemnation.[3][4]


According to a 2006 poll jointly conducted by the BBC and Reuters, of specific news sources spontaneously mentioned by Indians, Aaj Tak was the most trusted.[5]

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