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”.