Popular Indian news channel, India TV is set to unveil a brand new look on Monday, complete with a new logo and package.
The channel has also spruced up its editorial team with veteran journalist Q W Naqvi as its editorial director. It has also roped in Amitabh Sinha, who was with Aaj Tak for the past 18 years. He is the executive director. Pranay Yadav has been appointed the executive editor and Shivendra Kumar as the deputy executive editor.
The news gathering team is to be headed by the new executive editor Rahul Choudhry from Aaj Tak with Sukesh Ranjan as political editor, Shamsher Singh as current affairs editor, Prateek Trivedi as associate editor and Sundeep Sonwalker as deputy editor.
Commenting on the new appointments India TV MD & CEO Ritu Dhawan said, ���When the channel announced the appointment of QW Naqvi as the editorial director in October, it was always on cards that the content team will be further strengthened to gear up for the biggest event in the news genre, to begin with the General Elections slated for 2014.�
���Our viewers can be assured of most accurate and responsible news reporting, which will further cement our leadership position in Hindi News genre,� said Naqvi.
���All such efforts are a testimony to our commitment to broadcast a perfect mix of news, views & analysis to our ever-evolving audiences and we are sure that we will be able to create and maintain a perfect content mix,� added Dhawan.