The India Today Group’s flagship Aaj Tak and India Today TV have once again bagged the top honours at the prestigious exchange4media News Broadcasting Awards (ENBA) 2020.
The awards recognised the Group’s gold-standard news content and applauded its anchors, reporters, and editorial leadership for their sterling coverage of major events in a pandemic-ravaged year.
In a legacy spanning over 45 years, the Group continues to shine bright as the most credible and trusted news source.
The India Today Group broadcast and digital channels have won a total of 76 metals at the exchange4media News Broadcasting Awards 2020, out of which 31 are Golds!
Aaj Tak’s unbeatable free and fair journalism has once again earned “The Channel of the Year Award- Gold”.
“The Best News Director of the Year – Gold” was taken by Aaj Tak’s Supriya Prasad, whose guidance has helped the channel fly high.
The “Coverage by a Reporter” also went to Aaj Tak, with Anjana Om Kashyap bagging the Gold for Rajtilak and for the Best Anchor.
The other Golds bagged by the channel include the “Best Coverage of Auto Sector” and the “Best Breakfast Show 9 Baj Gaye”. Apart from these, Sweta Singh was felicitated with a very prestigious award as an Editorial Leader for the ‘Outstanding work and contribution’ during Covid-19.
India Today TV has been one of the most awarded channels, honoured with titles like the “Best Anchor and Best Coverage – Gold” for Rajdeep Sardesai, “Best Late Prime Time Show – Gold” for Gaurav Sawant and the “Best Anchor on Digital News – Gold” to Nabila Jamal.
Whereas Lallantop bagged 9 coveted awards out of which 2 are Golds for the Best Digital Media News Channel Hindi and the Best Anchor on Digital News Channel to Saurabh Dwivedi.
Expressing her delight at the big wins for the India Today Group at the ENBA 2020, Kalli Purie, Vice-Chairperson of the India Today Group, said, “I am very excited to share with you that the India Today Group has won 76 trophies at the ENBA awards, a true goldmine. I think this is a recognition of pure journalism and the fact that viewers like to hear both sides of the story. Doing one side of the story is easy, doing both sides of the story is double the work. It strengthens our commitment to the middle path to always be that listening room between both sides.” India Today