Columnist Arnab Goswami’s news channel Republic TV propelled at 10 am on Saturday. The channel turned into the first in India to be publicised live on Star India’s online streaming giant Hotstar.
“Today this Saturday morning, we dedicate this channel to you, your faith, your belief and your love. We feel swayed in your affection…My team is raring to go and charged-up,” he added.
Arnab has a significant interchanges group amassed – Mindshare as the media organisation, Ogilvy India as the inventive office and Laqshya Media Group as the out-of-home (OOH) publicising office.
Columnist Arnab Goswami stunned everybody when he chose to stop Times Now. In any case, his passionate fans did not need to sit tight for long as the previous prime time anchor declared his new pursuit, Republic, soon. Goswami propelled the Republic’s authentic Twitter and Facebook pages, alongside a site. Like his ‘The News Hour’ appear on Times Now, the online networking drive was only a display that entertained the group of onlookers.
“Dear viewers, you’ve supported me over the years & Republic is the result of your faith. I am happy to tell you that Republic TV is a free to air channel. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Northeast to Gujarat, Republic TV is FTA (FREE TO AIR). My young, passionate, idealistic & committed news team needs your support. This committed news team is putting out a FREE TO AIR channel for you. Back them, contact your cable/DTH provider now,” Goswami had said a day before.
Prior this month, Republic TV additionally reported a tie-up with Microsoft as its technology accomplice and veteran performing artist Kamal Haasan as the voice of Republic TV for the channel dispatch.
Some tweets appreciated Arnab’s new venture:
— Anupam Kher (@AnupamPkher) May 5, 2017
The Republic- breaking Super duper exclusive only in decibels higher than 200 so now ONLY BATS can hear it. so exclusive.
— Aditi (@awryaditi) May 6, 2017
I just watched Republic TV for an hour. Everyone seemed to be in loud agreement.
— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) May 6, 2017