New Delhi Television, commonly known as NDTV, is the first privately-owned television news company in India, having been founded in 1988. NDTV originally produced news programmes for state broadcaster Doordarshan1, then for STAR News from 1998 to 2003, before launching its own 24-hour TV news channels (NDTV 24x7 and NDTV India) in 2003.
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NDTV introduced its current logo on 27 February 2003.
- 1Doordarshan held a monopoly on Indian television until 1991.
| Television channels: English news: NDTV 24x7 | Hindi news: NDTV India | Business news/lifestyle: NDTV Profit/NDTV Prime | Lifestyle and food: NDTV Good Times
1Acquired by Turner and later shut down.