Bharti Airtel’s DTH platform, Airtel Digital TV has been launching new offers for its new subscribers. Airtel Digital TV is one of the most popular choices out there in case you are in search of a new DTH connection. However, this piece of news is not about a new promotion from Airtel Digital TV or a product but about a major new channel addition that has been made on Airtel Digital TV. As per the updates from the subscribers and the channel list of Airtel Digital TV, a new addition that has been made for the subscribers' choice includes “Times Now Navbharat HD”.
Airtel Digital TV Gets New Channel
It’s worth noting that the channel that has been added with the name of “Times Now Navbharat HD” is a new channel from Times Now. It will exist besides the old Times Now channel which is an immensely popular English news channel in India. The new Times Now Navbharat HD channel will be available at LCN 327 on Airtel Digital TV. Another thing worth noting about the channel is that it is not an FTA channel, meaning that the subscribers will have to shell out a few bucks to subscribe to this channel. The channel will be available to the subscribers at the price of Rs 1.50 per month.
Information About Times Now Navbharat HD
In an official statement, Times Group has also informed about the launch of this Hindi news channel. The editor-in-chief of the news channel would be Navika Kumar, and the roster of anchors would include names like Sushant Sinha, Padmaja Joshi, Ankit Tyagi, and Meenakshi Kandwal. Times Now also noted that the new channel would be seeking to break away from the stereotypical news format and would be aimed at innovative news delivery, with solution-oriented discussions.
Times Group’s new Hindi news channel has been launched with the tagline of “Ab badlega Bharat, Banega Navbharat” thus stressing the “New India”. The group has also clarified that it won’t be running after sensational TRP chasing headlines, but would be dedicated to bringing worthy news to the viewers. The channel is also available across other MSOs now.