The shows titled – Politics First, Inside, Latitude and Bollywood Weekend - cover a wide spectrum of subjects ranging from politics, Bollywood, international news
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Mumbai | June 14, 2013
TIMES NOW, India’s No. 1 English news channel now gives its viewers 4 more reasons to tune-in to the weekends. The channel has introduced 4 power-packed shows covering a wide spectrum of subjects ranging from politics, Bollywood, international news. With these shows, consumers can expect their weekends to be action-packed with edge-of-the-seat entertainment & news that will keep them busy on the weekends as well.
Politics First, a new bar in Political Reporting brings serious political journalism back to the center stage. This weekly programme isn’t just about sound bites, It is a reporter-based programme which focuses on hard political stories like political cover story, political interview or exploring political angles to an issue that have affected the viewers. The stories have an exclusive angle that may or may not have been explored before. Tune in on Saturdays at 9.30pm.
Inside, the investigative news documentary is back! The show breathes on a hardcore, investigative reporting on the field in the news documentary format. From a detailed coverage on the issues affecting the Nation, like the Coalgate controversy, Armsgate tainted chopper deal, Bitty Mohanty nabbing case, what exactly had transpired, how the story broke, progressed and where it currently stands; every inside information that the viewer needs. Tune in on Saturdays at 8.30pm.
Latitude, an international news show anchored by TIMES NOW’s Strategic Affairs Analyst Maroof Raza, who is the most direct, straight-talking and hard line voice on international affairs in India. The show unveils all the news & action happening globally, with an Indian angle to it. Tune in on Saturdays at 10.30pm and Sundays at 10.30am.
Bollywood Weekend – Your favourite weekend entertainment show E NOW SPICE dawns an all new avatar in the form of ‘Bollywood Weekend’. The entertainment current affairs show on weekends is packed with real entertainment news and not just the frills. Tune in on Saturdays at 1.30pm.