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Vijayavani enters Gulbarga

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Vijayavani enters Gulbarga

Vijayavani has launched its ninth edition in Gulbarga. It is present in Bangalore, Hubli, Mangalore, Bijapur, Mysore, Gangavathi, Chithradurga and Shimoga.

Talking to exchange4media, Anand Sankeshwar, Managing Director, Vijayavani said, “Vijayavani is doing extremely well. The idea is to cover the whole of Karnataka in coming years. This new edition will mark our presence in Gulbarga.”

The newspaper will have 16 pages with a cover price of Rs 3. The print run in Gulbarga will be more than 20000 and 2.5 million all around the state.

In addition, Vijayavani will carry a four-page supplement on various subjects such as Vittavani (Commerce), Lalitha (Women), Masth (Youth), Samskruti (Culture), Cinivani (Cinema), Putani (Children), and VijayaVihara (Sundays), each on a different day of the week and for different variety of readers.

In the last three months, the organisation had launched nine editions.

The organisation has decided to promote the launch using various medium such as TV, internet, radio and outdoor. Plans to launch other editions are in the pipeline.

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