Vijayavani launches 10th printing center in Karnataka

Set up in Belgaum, the latest printing centre is considered to be a harbinger of Vijayavani’s circulation in neighbouring Goa and Maharashtra

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: Feb 14, 2013 6:52 PM
Vijayavani launches 10th printing center in Karnataka

Kannada daily Vijayavani has flagged off its 10th printing center in Karnataka. Vijayavani, published by VRL Media from the house of VRL Logistics, had recently created media frenzy by being the only Kannada newspaper in the state to launch nine editions within 90 days of its launch.


The 10th printing center has been launched in Belgaum, helping Vijayavani become only the second Kannada daily to cater exclusively to the political and commercial bee-hive.

 “We are happy to announce that we are launching our 10th printing center in Belgaum from February 11, 2013,” said Anand Sankeshwar, logistic baron and MD of VRL Media. “I am glad that we can deliver more news with the latest developments on the issues going on in and around Belgaum to our readers,” he added.


By setting the wheels into motion in the agricultural and industrial hub, Sankeshwar believes that it is a harbinger of Vijayavani’s circulation in the neighbouring states of Goa and Maharashtra.

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