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News Republic goes regional, shares BBC’s Chinese, Hindi, Russian & Spanish content

10-June-2015
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News Republic goes regional, shares BBC’s Chinese, Hindi, Russian & Spanish content

BBC World Service’s content in four languages is now available to users of global news app for smartphones, tablets and wearables, News Republic.

The content syndication agreement between BBC World Service and News Republic, more than 12 million active users of the News Republic news app now can access the BBC World Service news content from BBC Chinese, BBC Hindi, BBC Mundo (in Spanish) and BBC Russian.

Head of Business Development, BBC World Service, Simon Kendall, says: “We are pleased to announce this exciting development with News Republic, which will contribute to BBC World Service’s substantial audience reach in the digital space.  We look forward to reaching out to new audiences through this innovative digital platform and to providing our loyal World Service audience with a new way of consuming our multilingual content.”

Gilles Raymond, CEO of News Republic, adds:  “BBC World Service has a superior reputation in the news business and we are pleased to contribute to their digital deployment by bringing their news to our rapidly growing user base.  Mobile apps, such as News Republic, provide the innovation required to address mobile news consumers’ demands for easy to navigate, personalised, trusted and timely news on the go, and partnering with BBC World Service will considerably enhance the content offered.”

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