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Times Internet launches Samayam – digital news & infotainment brand in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam

03-November-2015
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Times Internet launches Samayam – digital news & infotainment brand in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam

Times Internet (TIL), a digital products company that is part of the Times of India Group, has launched ‘Samayam’ – a news, entertainment and lifestyle content destination available in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam languages. Samayam has been created to bridge the gap between users looking for quality content in their very own languages and trustworthy platforms providing them.

Samayam is available as an android app, on mobile web and also on desktop. With the launch of Samayam, Times Internet’s language offerings are now available across eight languages – Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Gujarati, Marathi and Bangla – in addition to English.

Speaking on the launch, Puneet Gupt, Head of News Business at Times Internet, said, “We are really excited to launch Samayam. Mobile led media landscape is evolving rapidly in India and we hope to become the destination of choice for millions of Indians and Indian diaspora users across languages and platforms.”

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