Friday, February 10, 2006

Channel 7 bought by CNN-IBN


CNN IBN (TV 18) has bought Channel 7, the Jagran's near flop Hindi news channel. So with a substantial English viewership, Mr Rajdeep Sardesai is gonna get a share of Hindi viewership as well.
Now the galaxy of four channels with CNN-IBN, CNBC, Awaz and Channel 7, the company will have a fare share in electronic media.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Isnt it ironical Rajdeep and Raghav Behl are trying to expand and private news channel pioneer Prannoy Roy is seriously thinking of selling out. Its even more ironical when one realises that Prannoy Roy is an economist and used teach economics at University.

editindia said...

You are damn right. Good observation.

Ashish Thakare said...

The take over of Channel 7 by CNN- IBN could mark consolidation in the volatile media market. With the giant Times group launching Times Now, it would be interesting to see how coverage is affected. Lets hope the coverage done by the channels improve.
Great Blog!

Anonymous said...

it is amazing to know that CNN IBN has bought this almost flop news channel. but the news presentation of this chanel was so good, only thing it need is to improve and it will be done by Rajdeep sardesaai.so hope it will be a feather in a cap of CNN-IBN.

Anonymous said...

it is amazing to know that CNN IBN has bought this almost flop news channel. but the news presentation of this chanel was so good, only thing it need is to improve and it will be done by Rajdeep sardesaai.so hope it will be a feather in a cap of CNN-IBN.

aditya raj said...

it is amazing to know that CNN IBN has bought this almost flop news channel. but the news presentation of this chanel was so good, only thing it need is to improve and it will be done by Rajdeep sardesaai.so hope it will be a feather in a cap of CNN-IBN.

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