The announcement comes after the company received a lot of requests from its existing and new clientele for the addition of more niche and industry-focused news channels.
The announcement comes after the company received a lot of requests from its existing and new clientele for the addition of more niche and industry-focused news channels.

Digpu News Network to strengthen portfolio with 155 more news channels

With their aim to promote vernacular news channels, Digpu is associating with online news channels from across India with a major chunk from states like Maharashtra, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and the North-Eastern states.
UPDATED ON APR 01, 2020 03:43 PM IST

Digpu News Network, India’s largest news distribution company is going to be associated with 155 more online news channels in the first quarter of Financial Year 2020-21. The announcement comes after the company received a lot of requests from its existing and new clientele for the addition of more niche and industry-focused news channels.

Since the inception of Digpu News Network in the news and media industry, it has reinvented the whole concept of PR News. It gave the industry a new yardstick of ‘Assured Publication’ by developing the most affordable PR news publication packages.

Speaking of the gigantic success, Kunwar Devender Singh, CEO, Digpu News Network said,” We envision creating a sustainable and effective media industry which aligns with our ethics and client-centric deliverables. Today, Digpu News has become synonymous with high-quality news content and unbiased journalism. Our news publication packages are the most affordable around the globe in terms of the value that is offered.”

Although the past few months have been crucial for the world, there seems to be no interlude for Digpu. On asking about this, Kunwar said,” With the sudden lockdown in the country, the number of enquiries has skyrocketed. This is because the people are glued to their mobiles and are spending good time on the internet since most of us haven’t yet figured out a routine for the lockdown.”

Speaking about the associations, Cheshta Bakshi, Chief Business Officer, Digpu News Network said, “This is an opportunity and we won’t leave it. We are in the final stage of negotiations with some national news channels while some others are being analysed by our approval team. Hopefully, the process will be completed in a month or so.”

With their aim to help and promote vernacular news channels, Digpu is associating with online news channels from across India with a major chunk from states like Maharashtra, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and the North-East part of the country. Many premium news channel associations are also in the pipeline. Inevitably, Digpu will become one among the world’s largest news networks with over 500 direct news channel associations.

“In 2019-20, we added more than seven thousand subscribers to our own news channel -Digpu.com and with the addition of new categories; it is slated to grow 10 times this year. To maintain the credibility of all news published via Digpu, all the news articles are published and distributed only after internal research and fact-check,” says Cheshta.

With the increase in the number of enquiries, the company also plans to add its Authorized News Agencies and Freelancers in several parts of the country. This prospect could be luring for a lot of people as the online business can be run successfully even by working from home, which is now quite important given the lockdown due to COVID-19 threat.

About the business opportunity, Kunwar said,” Due to the increase in global internet penetration, every company and individual is spending a huge amount on digital branding with a motive to showcase themselves at the top of various search engines. The best part of our industry is that 100% of our operations are powered by the internet, emails and phone calls. Therefore, our agencies and freelancers can earn good revenue even in the current global scenario.”

Disclaimer: This content is distributed by Digpu News Network. No HT journalist is involved in creation of this content.

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