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ZEE Media crosses 150 million viewers mark

19-February-2016
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ZEE Media crosses 150 million viewers mark

Zee Media has crossed 150+ million viewers mark on an average weekly basis.

Pooja Gupta, Marketing Head, ZMCL said, “It's rare to be able to touch so many people's lives and we take pride in adhering to our proposition of delivering IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS, VARIED PERSPECTIVE and INSPIRATIONAL STORIES! This journey though exhilarating, sometimes tumultuous times, has been an enriching and enlightening one. While ZMCL have remained intact over the years and have gained credibility for our strong foothold and news coverage, ZMCL is impatient like any innovators. It seeks potential everywhere and every problem is an opportunity for growth.”

R. K. Arora, CEO, ZMCL said, “As the largest news network ZMCL believe our work must be integral to our mission of nurturing more informed and aware citizens, inspiring moments of optimism and happiness, creating value and making a difference to their viewer’s lives.”

Dr. Bhaskar Das, Group CEO, ZMCL said, “The attempt is to achieve a new pinnacle in terms of revenue and market share. So let the revelry continue from a million to a zillion!”

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