1. Arnab Goswami describes Times Now journalists as ‘loose canons’

Arnab Goswami describes Times Now journalists as ‘loose canons’

Arnab Goswami, the Editor-in-Chief of Times Now and ET Now, described Times Now and its journalists as 'loose canons', drawing comparission between other media organizations, describing their way of work as 'candy-floss journalism'.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: November 1, 2016 10:14 PM
According to media reports, Arnab Goswamy had, today in a editorial meeting, announced his resignation from the post of the Editor-n-chief of the television news channels Times Now and ET Now. According to media reports, Arnab Goswamy had, today in a editorial meeting, announced his resignation from the post of the Editor-n-chief of the television news channels Times Now and ET Now.

Arnab Goswami, the Editor-in-Chief of Times Now and ET Now, described Times Now and its journalists as ‘loose canons’, drawing comparission between other media organizations, describing their way of work as ‘candy-floss journalism’.

In an interview with Scroll.in the senior journalist claimed that Times Now covers news and opinion, comment and breaking news, activist journalism and news campaigns. Goswami popular for his shows, ‘Newshour Debate’ and ‘Frankly Speaking with Arnab’, said that the channel has only one category and that is audience. Speaking on the launch of the channel 10 years back, Arnab Goswami said that the channel faced huge problems as a lot of things went wrong during the launch but the teamwork took the channel to the leaders table within a few span of time.

According to media reports, Arnab Goswami had, today in a editorial meeting, announced his resignation from the post of the Editor-n-chief of the television news channels Times Now and ET Now. Though the channel had not yet made any official announcement and are still running the teaser of the Newshour debate with Goswami.

The Senior journalist, credited for the major success of the news channel, started his career at The Telegraph in Kolkata and then joined NDTV in 1995, becoming one of the most popular faces along with Vikram Chanddra and Rajdeep Sardesai.

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