Mirror Now

Mirror Now is an Indian, English-language news channel owned by The Times Group.

Mirror Now
Launched1 November 2015 (2015-11-01)
Owned byThe Times Group
Picture format4:3 (576i, SDTV)
SloganYou. First.
Broadcast areaGlobal
Formerly calledMagicBricks Now (2015-2017)
Sister channel(s)Times Now
ET Now
Movies Now
Romedy Now
Tata Sky (India)Channel 614
Videocon d2h (India)Channel 355
Airtel Digital TV (India)Channel 377
ABNXcess (Malaysia)Channel 987
Asianet Digital (India)Channel 426
Streaming media
Live StreamingWatch Live

It first launched in 2015 as MagicBricks Now, a news channel with a focus on real estate news and information. The network was a collaboration with the Indian real estate website MagicBricks.[1]

On 23 March 2017, MagicBricks Now was replaced by Mirror Now, a news channel with a focus on civic issues.[2] Vinay Tewari is the Managing editor at Mirror Now.


  • India This Morning: Developing stories of the morning and newsworthy events.
  • The News: A general news bulletin with live news updates throughout the day.
  • Speed News Now: A snapshot of all the latest news in a rapid-fire presentation style.
  • Reporter Live: A news review of the stories that made the headlines since morning. Reporter Live provides an overview of what lies ahead for the remainder of the day.
  • Nation Now: An one-hour morning and evening news show that provides the latest news and sports updates from around the country.
  • Newsroom Live: A 30-minute news bulletin covering national, international, business, sports, crime, and entertainment news in a fast-paced, crisp and concise manner.
  • The Urban Debate: A live debate presented by Faye D'Souza that covers underreported topics and those that directly affect the residents.
  • The Last Word: News editor Tanvi Shukla goes beyond the big issues of the day.
  • News Overnight: Live 30-minute telecast that wraps up the important news of the day, with analysis of their possible impact.


  1. "Times Group launches India's first realty channel Magicbricks NOW". The Times of India. Retrieved 6 April 2017.
  2. "Times Network launches second English news channel Mirror Now". The Economic Times. Retrieved 6 April 2017.

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