New Delhi: India TV Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Rajat Sharma has decided to relinquish the Presidentship of NBDA, according to NewsDrum.
After leading the news broadcasters’ largest body for the last six years, in a voluntary decision, Sharma is likely to convey to the Board to elect a new President as he wants to focus his energies on creating new shows.
Follwing this, ABP Network CEO Avinash Pandey has taken over the reins of television news industry body.
Sharma is likely to revive his iconic show Aap Ki Adalat soon.
During his stints with NBDA as president, Sharma led the broadcast industry and took efforts to make the fraternity more accepting of contemporaries and strive for healthy competition.
Formerly known as the News Broadcasters Association (NBA), India’s largest body of news broadcasters, changed its name to News Broadcasters & Digital Association (NBDA) on August 13, 2021.
NBDA is the largest organization of news broadcasters, consisting of almost all major news networks in the country. NBDA believes in editorial standards ensuring objectivity, neutrality, fairness, and accuracy in reporting.