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Aaj Tak is an Indian Hindi language news channel owned by Living Media Group. It is one of the oldest Hindi news channels in India.

Aaj Tak
Aaj tak logo.png
Launched31 December 2000; 18 years ago (2000-12-31)
NetworkBroadcast television and online
Owned byLiving Media
Picture format16:9 (1080i, news portal)
16:9 (2160p 4KTV, news portal)
Audience share176,711 (August 2019, BARC India)
Slogan"सबसे तेज़"
(English: 'Fastest ever')
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi
Broadcast areaIndia and International
HeadquartersNoida, Uttar Pradesh, India
Sister channel(s)India Today
Tez
Dilli Aaj Tak
Websitehttps://m.aajtak.in
Availability
Satellite
Tata Sky (India)Channel 509 Channel 508 (HD)
Dish TV (India)Channel 655
Reliance Digital TV (India)Channel 406
Sun Direct (India)Channel 572
Videocon d2h (India)Channel 303
Airtel digital TV (India)Channel 313 Channel 314 (HD)
Dish Network (USA)Channel 706
Hathway Digital TV (India)Channel 205[1]
Dish Home (Nepal)Channel 704
Sky (UK & Ireland)Channel 710
Cable
Asianet Digital (India)Channel 523
Siti Cable (India)Channel 304
Streaming media
Windows 10A2z News UP Live
TVPlayerWatch live (UK only)
A2z News UP Livelivetv.html Watch Live
Aaj Takk LiveWatch Live

Associated journalists

Controversies

In November 2015, a video came online showing an Aaj Tak reporter bribing a kid with money to purchase liquor in order to convince him to give a negative statement against a BJP leader for which the channel received condemnation.[2][3]

Accolades

According to a 2006 poll jointly conducted by the BBC and Reuters, of specific news sources spontaneously mentioned by Indians, Aaj Tak was the most trusted.[4]

Aaj Tak HD

On December 14, 2018, Aaj Tak, launched their first Hindi high-definition channel Aaj Tak HD on TATA Sky Channel 508 owned by Living Media Group.

See also

References

  1. ^ DISH International TV Channels (Hindi)
  2. ^ "Exposed Aaj Tak journalist tutoring a poor child to give a bite against the government".
  3. ^ "Everyone furious at Aaj Tak after this leaked video".
  4. ^ BBC/Reuters/Media Center Poll: Trust in the Media (pg. 13)

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