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Time Now is one of the most beloved 24-hour news channels in England. Founded in 2006 by Times Global Broadcasing Company Limited (joint ventures of Times Group (Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.) and Reuters). Headquartered in Mumbai and broadcast in three different nations - India, Singapore and the USA - the station has become increasingly widespread in recent years.
rnab Goswami is the current editor-in-chief of the Kanals. This news station was the first in India to be started on portable monitors. This live TV station has received a number of prizes and distinctions for its unbelievable achievements in bulk communications and communications, among them the Exchange4media News Broadcasting (ENBA) Award, ENBA 2012 and News Channel of the Year.
Arnab Goswami, editor-in-chief, has made a comparison with Fox News' Bill O'Reilly, the famous presenter, because he is aggressively towards his audience. Currently, the audience can follow the news channels through on-line streams from various businesses across the state. The only thing you need to enjoy your streams is a powerful World-Wide-Web connection and a personal computer.
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Time Now is an English 24-hour news station located in Mumbai and broadcast in India, Singapore and the USA. This was the first news station in India to be started on Reliance Infocomm Network portable monitors. There is also a Strategic Affairs Expert Counsellor, Maroof Raza. In addition to his performances in news debate, he has established and presented a 20-part serial about the India Defence Force entitled Line of Duty.
One of the episodes in this serial, about the Siachin Glacier, won a prize in the 2005 Rome Film Festival's Defence Department documentaries section. The television show is the first Indian army show to be included in the Limca Book of Records.