Story of Arnab Goswami’s Journey in News and Media world

Before joining NDTV in 1995 Arnab Goswami started his career in The Telegraph in Kolkata. He later shifted his career in TV news broadcast with NDTV 24×7 in 1995. He also anchored daily newscasts, and reporting for News Tonight a programme telecast on DD Metro. Later as the news editor, he was part of NDTV’s core team during the transition from programme producer to the 24-hour mode in 1998. He hosted the Newshour show every weeknight. Newshour was the longest running news analysis shown on any channel (1998–2003). As a Senior Editor with NDTV 24×7, he was responsible for the overall editorial content of the channel. Goswami was the editor-in-chief and a news anchor of the Times Now news channel. He became famous because of the show ‘The Newshour’ and the Punchline “Nation Wants to Know”. Later he co-founded Republic TV after some disputes with Times Now. During the launch of the Republic TV, Goswami has said that “being a nationalist is a prerequisite to being a journalist”.

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