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News Nation launches outdoor campaign to mark 3 years of its launch

07-March-2016
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News Nation launches outdoor campaign to mark 3 years of its launch

News Nation has completed three years of its launch recently. During these three years News Nation has become a formidable name to reckon with in the Hindi News genre. As a part of its branding strategy News Nation has embarked on a nationwide outdoor advertisement campaign. The first leg of the campaign started in Delhi from 27th Feb'16.

The campaign is spread across all crucial locations in Delhi like Indira Gandhi International Airport (arrival and departure), various Bus Queue Shelters, Metro Pillars, Standard billboards, Digital screens at airport etc. Since the launch of our campaign we have received massive response from people in terms of brand recall.

Abhay Ojha – Executive Vice President – Sales & Marketing, News Nation said “The Outdoor campaign launched in Delhi imprints the fact that News Nation has outranked established News channel and has proved stratospheric success. We thank our viewers for their loyalty towards the brand and acknowledging the dynamic content we offer”.

The campaign will continue in Delhi for a couple of months.

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