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Odisha’s Eastern Media Limited gets makeover as ‘Sambad Group’

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Odisha’s Eastern Media Limited gets makeover as ‘Sambad Group’

A household name in print media and Odisha’s largest media conglomerate Eastern Media Limited (EML) revealed its corporate identity as Sambad Group on October 9.

The Chairman of Sambad Group Soumya Ranjan Patnaik unveiled the logo on the occasion coinciding with the 33rd foundation day of ‘Sambad’ – state’s most-read and widely circulated vernacular daily, in presence of Group’s Managing Director Monica Nayyar Patnaik and Executive Director Tanaya Patnaik at the gala event held at Jayadev Bhawan.

“Sambad Group is the only media house in the state and probably in the country which caters to all sections of the society. It is the most diversified media company in the state and has set a benchmark in all its verticals. We are committed to deliver quality content to our target audience,” Monica Nayyar Patnaik said.

The largest among the group ‘Sambad’ has thirty regional offices, four printing centres, thirty three sales offices, a largest read Odia daily, two leading Odia magazines, a television news channel and two radio stations.


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