Times Network, the 24-hour, English news channel in India that is owned by The Times Group revealed the logo for its upcoming Hindi news channel – NavBharat, yesterday via a Twitter post. The new channel will air from the 1st of August 2021 and will be the third HD, Hindi news channel in the country.
The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting said that the trial run for the channel was done in the month of May and the new channel will start airing soon. In April, an advertisement was also shared across social media platforms in order to look for employees for the new channel, as a lot of new positions (reporting, output desk, research team, etc.) were open for application and had to be filled.
Times Network is a division of Bennett, Coleman & Company Limited (BCCL), which is the parent company that owns and operates some of the most famous and successful news portals, namely – The Times of India, Economic Times, and Mumbai Mirror. Television channels such as – TIMES NOW, Times Now (World), ET NOW, Movies Now, Romedy Now and Romedy Now HD, MNX and MNX HD, Zoom, etc. are owned by The Times Network too.
With a motto of ‘Now or Nothing’ the news network of Times Now has a resilient aim of empowering the youth for a better future. The company believes that as India progresses, the youth of today will lead the country in the future. These are the people who currently need to be shaped and molded into well-informed adults of tomorrow. For them, the past is a memory and the future is NOW. This is the generation of NOW-people. The company has a reputation for delivering the right information to its viewers within the right time and promises to continue to do so. The network has stamped its leadership as a curator of segmented and differentiated content across news and entertainment genre.
In the present dynamic broadcasting landscape where TV is an enduringly powerful platform, Times Network leads with its ground-breaking innovation and being a disruptor that creates a new genre of content. With a global presence across 100 countries, Times Network – part of India’s largest media conglomerate.