It tops regional channels in six states
It is a moment to celebrate. Thanks to its thorough news coverage and intensely-debated talk shows, APN news channel has been adjudged No. 1 among all regional channels in the six states of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Jammu and Punjab in the latest weekly BARC (Broadcast Audience Research Council) report. The same report has placed it in second position in Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
In these painstakingly-prepared rosters, APN, which is short for Axis Press Network, has been placed ahead of Samachar Plus, ETV and National Voice as well as the respective local stations of India News and DD. In another related development, APN has made its debut on the list of 17 national channels that are rated by the central organization. Its competitors now include, among others, DD National, NDTV India, IBN7, Zee News, ABP News and Aaj Tak.
So what were the shows and programs broadcast by APN that left a mark on the minds of the viewers? Top-rated ones include APN Sena ka Badla, APN Surile Andaaz Mein, Wake Up Zindagi, APN Special Edition, Kasauti Par Char Saal, APN News, APN Mail, Desh ki Baat, APN Superfast, Office Office, Courts This Week, Legal Helpline, Aap Ki Rai, Mudda, APN Hisab Kitaab, India Legal, APN Campus Life, Courts Round-Up, Loktantra, Mera Bhi Naam Hoga, North East News, APN Uttarakhand and APN Prime.
APN has been rated India’s Most Trusted News Channel Brand by the TMM Trust Brand Report and has been recognized for its in-depth, analytical reportage and hard-hitting discussions on burning issues, without any bias or vested interests, in several national-level studies and reports. It has a team of over 1,000 journalists, editors, cameramen and broadcast professionals who work round the clock to present world class journalism to viewers.
So what are you waiting for? Press 542 on the remote and tune in to this subscription-only channel for your daily update of news and ideas. Or use any of the other options in the photograph. Don’t bother to go elsewhere. Kyunki yahan par, khabar hai to dikhegi!