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Catch News completes one year of operation

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Catch News completes one year of operation

Catch News, an online news portal from The Patrika Group has recently completed one year of operation.

Vinny Ganju, COO, Catch News, said: “In today’s media ecosystem where content has become a commodity it makes me proud to see how Catch news in less than a year has been able to create a dominant position of a credible digital news platform. Catch News was launched with an intent to deliver original content with innovative content delivery experience to appeal to variety of readers and impulses.  And looking at the growth in last 1 year where we have gone from zero to over 3 million UVs in less than 12 months clearly shows our idea of news has been well accepted.  What readers like about Catch News is that the content ranges over everything from hard news to hard rock and how we handpick what’s important, interesting and ignored news of the day giving a complete perspective”.

Bharat Bhushan, Editor, Catch News, said: "It is this approach to news, constantly looking for ways to innovate, while keeping in mind traditional values of journalism, that set Catch News apart from a lot of other news portals. It's something that we hope to keep up as we move onward and upward”.

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