NewsX

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NewsX
NewsX
Launched 27 March 2008
Owned by ITV Network
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audience share 120,000
Slogan News. Not noise
Country India
Language English
Broadcast area India
Headquarters Noida, India[1]
Sister channel(s) India News
The Sunday Guardian
Website www.newsx.com
Availability of NewsX channel is on all MSO platform like Hathway, Den, siti, Incable etc.
Satellite
Dish TV Channel 608
Tata Sky
  • Channel 513
  • Channel 512 (HD)
Airtel Digital TV Channel 374
Big TV Channel 460
DD Direct Plus Channel 51
Videocon d2h Channel 358
Cable
Asianet Digital TV(India) Channel 421

NewsX is a 24-hour English News media|news television channel in India. It is owned and operated by ITV Network, a private limited company under the management of Kartikeya Sharma. Sharma bought NewsX under the umbrella of his ITV network in 2012.[2] NewsX is India’s only free to air English news channel.

History[edit]

Launched on 27 March 2008, the channel is a recipient of national and international awards.[weasel words] It is owned by Kartikeya Sharma, Chairman and MD, ITV Network and spearheaded by Editor-in-Chief, Rahul Shivshankar.[3]

On July 2012, Kartikeya Sharma led ITV Network (Information TV Private Limited) (India News) acquired News X.[4][5][6]

Management[edit]

The channel's management includes:

Awards[edit]

  • Best Investigative Feature – NT Awards 2012.[8]
  • Film & Television Reporting – Ramnath Goenka Awards for Excellence in Journalism 2010.[9]
  • Environmental Reporting - Ramnath Goenka Awards for Excellence in Journalism 2010.[9]
  • News Reporter & Videographer Of the Year 2009 by Indian News Broadcasting Awards (4 Nominations)[10]
  • Pioneering Initiatives in Digital Technology 2008 by NT Special Award[11]
  • Best News/Current Affairs Promo 2008 by Silver Promax Award - Singapore[12]
  • India Business Roundtable Awards in Maryland.[13][14]
  • News Channel of the Year (English) at ENBA.[15]
  • Red Ink Awards for excellence in Journalism.[16]

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