Aaj Tak Hindi News Channel Live TV Streaming
- 26 April 2021,
- 4:46 PM
Watch Aaj Tak TV News Live TV today online in full HD for the latest news headlines and updates. Catch Live Samachar in Hindi on Aaj Tak TV news channel.
Aaj Tak Hindi News Channel
Owned by Living Media Group, Aaj Tak is a Hindi news channel that is among the oldest ones in India. Some of the top journalists associated with Aaj Tak for a long time are Rajdeep Sardesai, Anjana Om Kashyap, and Sweta Singh. It was launched nearly 21 years ago and since then it saw a high increase in viewership. However, Aaj Tak has its share of controversies, one of the popular ones is that during the death of great actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The veteran news channel was fined ₹ 1 lakh along with being forced to broadcast apologies for spreading fake news.
Aaj Tak TV LIVE Streaming
Aaj Tak is one of the most popular and oldest broadcasters of Hindi news. The live streaming of this news channel is available on its website, and YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/aajtak/videos. Apart from these, you can also live stream Aaj Tak TV on YuppTv, Hotstar, etc. The streaming quality of this veteran news broadcaster was SD during its inception. However, to stay updated with the progressing technology, Aaj Tak launched their high-definition channel on 14 December 2018. Aaj Tak HD has better quality video and audio, which gives an improved experience to the viewers. This HD channel is available on Hotstar.
What is the Channel No. of Aaj Tak on Dish TV?
Aaj Tak is available on Channel No. 655 on Dish TV. Previously, it was aired at 558 channel number. On the Tata Sky platform, Aaj Tak SD and Aaj Tak HD are paid channels. The standard definition (SD) channel is available for ₹ 0.75 and the HD channel costs ₹ 1.50, excluding tax. Having a stellar reputation, Aaj Tak is one of the best news channels on Dish TV. For 13 consecutive years, it has won the Best News Award at the Indian Television Academy Awards. Aaj Tak is also available in other countries besides India such as the United Kingdom, Australia, Malaysia, the Middle East and others.