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Inext Plans Site; Inks Print & Online Content Deal With BBC Hindi

Inext the bilingual daily newspaper from Jagran Prakashan has inked a deal for making content from BBC Hindi available in print and online. Inext will source content for its national, international, sports and business pages from the online publication, and will also carry the BBC Hindi logo along with news stories. Inext, which currently has an ePaper available online, also plans to launch its website, which will feature the BBC Hindi News feed in its news sections.

Inext is a bilingual newspaper – not surprisingly, the only one in India – with content in both Hindi and English. This is BBC Hindi’s first print media partnership. According to the press release, it has partnered with radio stations, mobile business, and online: BIG FM, Hello FM, Radio Misty, Radio Tadka, Tomato FM, Radio Spice, Worldband Media, Bhaskar.com, Webdunia.com, OneIndia.com, Samachar.com, Airtel, Reliance Mobile, Vodafone, IDEA and OnMobile.

The BBC also has online publications in Urdu and Nepali.


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