Digital News Publishers Association body launched in India

24 Sep,2018

By A Correspondent


Digital News Publishers Association

Ten of India’s biggest media companies who collectively serve 70 percent of India’s online audience have announced a new collective, Digital News Publishers Association.


The organisation is committed to providing the most credible news in all languages to the Indian audience, to self-regulation and to promoting the business and editorial interests of all members, notes a communique.


The 10 founding members are: Dainik Bhaskar, India Today Group, NDTV, Hindustan Times, Indian Express, Times of India, Amar Ujala, Dainik Jagran, Eenadu and Malayala Manorama. DNPA is self-funded with contributions from every publishing house at a nominal joining fee. The organisation is open to any online news publisher; all membership will be cleared by the board.



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