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India TV's rise as India's leading news channel in a short period of its existence owes much to the vision of its chairman and editor-in-chief Rajat Sharma and the dedication and work of its ever-growing team of news TV professionals. bright . Rajat Sharma co-founded India TV with his wife Ritu Dhawan in April 2004 in an upscale studio in Film City, Noida, then considered one of the biggest news TV studios in Asia. In 1997, Rajat Sharma and Ritu Dhawan created their own production house – the Independent News Service (INS), the parent company that owns India TV. In a short period, India TV has created benchmarks in innovation, impact, ratings, time spent and viewer support. Indeed, Indian TV news has inspired talk shows on rival channels, Bollywood films, BBC documentaries and Time Magazine articles, even Amul panels. In today's rampant me-too-ism, India TV is perhaps the only Hindi news channel that is perceived as "brave" and "different". Channel 1 position is not accidental. This is the result of Sharma's reign of leading a lonely "credibility first" path. It is the result of the efforts of a self-made man who kept his feet down to the ground, a journalist for whom the viewer's interest was the most important.