Arnab Goswami, the renowned television journalist, and the Editor-in-Chief of Times Now and ET Now has resigned. The decision was announced at an editorial meeting. Goswami told his team that he will start something on his own.
According to The News Minute, Goswami in an editorial meeting announced that he has resigned. Goswami was recently given “Y category” security cover from the government after the Intelligence Bureau perceived a threat to his life from “Pakistan-based terrorist groups”.
He told the editorial team that he believes in the media and that he will continue on television. Goswami has been with the channel for over a decade. Highlighting his channel’s achievements over the last few years, Arnab had said, “For the last ten years, Newshour and Frankly Speaking have defined the news agenda in India.” He said: “I don’t care about ratings, but we’re number one.”
He reportedly told them that he “believes in the media” and will “continue with television”.
Arnab Goswami Idea Of New Media:
Goswami began his career with the Telegraph and later spent several years as an award-winning news anchor at NDTV, and later joined in TimesNow. Arnab is an army officer’s son. Arnab has a Bachelor’s in Sociology from the Hindu College in Delhi University. In 1994, Arnab completed his Master’s in Social Anthropology from St. Antony’s College
Rajdeep on Dhol, Barkha and Sagarika dancing when they heard that #arnabgoswami resign from Times Now.
— Thakur Baldev Singh (@HathwalaThakur) November 1, 2016
End of an era with Arnab quitting Times Now. I shall observe one minute noise to mark the occasion.
— Rohan (@mojorojo) November 1, 2016
— Shahid Javed Ansari (@sjansari) November 1, 2016
Arnab Goswami quits from Times Now.
The channel thus loses a lot of its value AND ALL ITS VOLUME.
— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) November 1, 2016
Meanwhile in the Times Now Office a lonely speaker plays 'The Sound of Silence'
— Sahil Shah (@SahilBulla) November 1, 2016
Why has Arnab quit Times Now?
THE NATION WANTS TO KNOW!!!!!
— Dhruva Jaishankar (@d_jaishankar) November 1, 2016
— Rahul.N.Kanal (@Iamrahulkanal) November 1, 2016
Arnab Goswami 'resigns' from Times Now.
To start his own venture.
After being one unofficially.
He will now officially become S.C. Judge.
— Sorabh Pant (@hankypanty) November 1, 2016