Yet another good news from the house of iTV Network. After a series of launching new news platforms, iTV network added a fresh feather to its crown with the launching of the NewsX Telugu portal https://newsxtelugu.com. After successfully launching Kannada, NEWSX is now entering the Telugu market spread across two states viz. Andhra Pradesh and Telangana and promises to delight the the audience’s with a complete package in the local language.
iTV Network which is rapidly expanding its footprints in south India is coming out with a new age news portal https://newsxtelugu.com which will have a real-time update of news across all sections- current affairs, politics, national security, entertainment, sports, health, travel curated by some of the best content generators form the Telugu news media. There’s a massive wave towards regional content across platforms and the subscribers of vernacular content are growing exponentially in tier 1 & 2 cities. NewsX Telugu will cater to the audiences of the new India who wish to consume content in their native language. The cultural ethos and heritage will keep Telugu readers coming to our site to feel the same.
On this occasion, Rishabh Gulati, Managing Editor, NewsX said “As a newsperson connecting with people is the number one priority. As a national network, being able to reach out to a Telugu audience and having a chance to tell their stories, hehearheir views, in their language and bring them to a national audience will be a real privilege. NewsX is a respected and credible brand and I’m looking forward to this platform to serve India’s Telugu speaking citizenry”
Jayaprakash Ramaiah, Executive Editor, iTV network said, “With a promise to deliver ‘News, Not Noise,’ we are thrilled to announce the launch of our new website, NewsX Telugu. The website is launched with a special focus on the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana along with other interesting segments like entertainment, health, lifestyle and technology et al. We promise to bring news that is unbiased and fair-minded while maintaining independence and objectivity in our editorial policy.”