News aggregator Dailyhunt (formerly Newshunt) has acquired a minority stake in local language news website OneIndia for Rs 15 crore. The deal will help Dailyhunt generate multimedia content (short videos and audio) for its platform. Following this, Dailyhunt CEO Virendra Gupta will be joining the board of Greynium Information Technologies, the company which owns OneIndia. Note that OneIndia also has an app called 60 Seconds Now which gives news snippets in 60-70 words in local languages such as Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu. 60 Seconds Now will continue to exist independently and the investment will be primarily used for producing videos and audio, BG Mahesh, founder and managing director of Greynium told MediaNama. He added that Greynium currently has a video production team of 10 and will be expanding in the coming days. They will be primarily producing videos in the non-news segment i.e. travel, gadgets reviews, personal finance etc. Greynium will be pushing the videos on Dailyhunt and on YouTube channels owned by OneIndia. Greynium also owns other websites called thatscricket (Cricket news), Gizbot (technology news), DriveSpark (auto and cars), Boldsky (fashion and lifestyle), NativePlanet (travel) and Filmibeat (cinema news). There's also click.in which is an online classifieds website. Dailyhunt will be using its distribution to reach out to its local language user base. Dailyhunt has a monthly active user base of 26 million and over 120 million downloads. Greynium's websites have 35 million unique views and more than half a billion page views a month. NetCore…
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