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CWG sponsors get a new platform as OC launches ‘Village News’

07-October-2010
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CWG sponsors get a new platform as OC launches ‘Village News’

The Organising Committee (OC) of the Commonwealth Games has come up with an 8-page newspaper, christened ‘Village News’. The newspaper is being circulated at the Games village from October 6, 2010 onwards and will be continued for the entire duration of the Games.

In conversation with exchange4media, sources in the CWG Organising Committee said that it offered yet another platform to the Games sponsors through this newspaper. All the sponsors of the Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010 are being mentioned in the daily newspaper, which is in the glossy paper format.

‘Village News’ is covering various reports on Commonwealth Games, the various sports events, the players and their routine life at the Games village. The newspaper is being distributed free of cost at the village and the players’ rooms on a daily basis.

 

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