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News Republic partners Cricbuzz to provide latest scores
MUMBAI: Global mobile media and publishing application News Republic has entered into a strategic partnership with Cricbuzz to bring cricket scores to mobile devices around the world.
The partnership will allow News Republic app users to access the latest cricket news and scores of all matches. The users can select the ‘cricket’ topic and read the news and score updates.
News Republic India country director Radhika Shukla said, “We want to ensure that our users have access to the news from all genres. Bringing the excitement of sports news to our readers is something we are delighted to do.”
News Republic app users can now read the Cricbuzz content i.e. ‘news’ and ‘latest scores’ side by side with one tap, share it and save it to view later while travelling even when they are offline. They can also receive notifications every time there is a new article from Cricbuzz.
Cricbuzz.com CEO Pankaj Chhaparwal stated, “Being a part of digital media, we understand the importance of expanding our userbase continuously and with News Republic coming to India, we are excited to get on board and offer cricket updates to its growing audience.”
With 1,500 licensed newsfeeds worldwide, News Republic claims to share 50,000 unique articles every day.
The app provides a variety of content to its readers across all genres ranging from politics, business, sports, entertainment, technology and more. With this partnership, News Republic aims to provide cricket content to its Indian as well as global readers.
News Republic app delivers fully licensed articles, photos and videos from over 1500 news organisations around the world (e.g. Reuters, BBC, AFP, Bloomberg, India Today, Guardian, Huffington Post, Mashable). The content can be personalised for a news flow customised for each reader.
In India, News Republic has partnered with Hindustan Times, India Today, Aaj Tak, Business Today, Cricbuzz, New Indian Express, Oneindia, BBC, India.com and more. Its apps also incorporate RSS feeds to cover specialised reader interests.