New Delhi, Delhi, India:NDTV bagged three prestigious medals at the Asian Digital Media Awards held in Kuala Lampur recently. India’s leading broadcaster won Gold for its iPad App, Silver medal for the Best Social Media Strategy and Bronze medal for the Best News Website in Asia ( www.ndtv.com).
Held by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA), the Asian Digital Media Awards celebrate the work of news designers, journalists and infographics experts from all across the continent.
Elated with the win, Vikram Chandra, Group CEO, NDTV said, “Creation of world class apps across genres - News, Sports, Food etc and platforms - iOS, Android, Windows - is an increasingly important part of NDTV's overall strategy. The recognition by the most important digital awards in Asia helps us feel that we are on the right track.”
More than 50 media companies from 16 countries across Asia and the Middle East participated in this competition.
NDTV Ltd, founded in 1988, is India's largest news and infotainment network. It is home to the country's best and brightest reporters, anchors, camerapersons and producers. 23 offices and studios across the country host India's most modern and sophisticated production, newsgathering and archiving facilities. NDTV has an unmatched track record of successfully launching both news and lifestyle channels; NDTV 24x7 is a clear leader in the English news segment; NDTV Profit, a 24-hour business plus channel, is India's number one business news channel; NDTV India is amongst the country's leading Hindi news channels; while NDTV Good Time straddles issues from health and holistic healing to fashion and food. NDTV is credited with pioneering several broadcasting and programming initiatives in Indian television and has expanded into one of the nation's biggest broadcasting houses by growing beyond news broadcasting and venturing into non news verticals. NDTV has received many accolades for pioneering causes and for taking a leading role in Corporate Social Responsibility. For more information visit www.ndtv.com.
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