Published On: Sat, Jun 16th, 2018

New digital platform emerges in Kerala with a rare support form British to rewrite Indian media’s future

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A Kerala based media tycoon, Ansif Asharaf, who is the Chairman of the Cochin Herald and Chief Editor of Cochin Herald magazine, and the son of the founder of Cochin Herald weekly newspaper, late Dr S A Mohammed Asharaf, has lent the legacy of the British media industry to rewrite the future of the Indian media industry by starting a revolutionary digital platform with a domain name similar to that of a renowned newspaper popular in the United Kingdom in the 18th century -British Herald.

In India, the media sector is highly competitive. Actually, several new digital platforms emerge each day in this country. But, only few embrace success.

Mr Asharaf has assured that his new media platform would be a youthful media portal. In fact, such a concept is different and sounds progressive and fearless. Therefore, it is likely to let the organisation give a different approach to the prime subjects such as politics, sports, economy, business, technology, entertainment and culture.

Mr Asharaf is a very successful person in the digital business. He is first Indian to be awarded at Asia Pacific Economic Summit. Hope his success sagas would repeat again and again.

His new portal (www.britishherald.com) would definitely bring a feather on his cap, which is tightly filled with numerous feathers.

 

Vignesh. S. G

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New digital platform emerges in Kerala with a rare support form British to rewrite Indian media’s future