Social Media News From India And The World [3rd February 2014]

by Prasant Naidu on February 3, 2022

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India News Headlines

1. Delhi High Centre slams Centre over delay in email policy: The Delhi High Court has come down heavily on the Centre for not framing the e-mail policy for government employees in consonance with the Public Records Act, so that official data is not transferred to a server outside India. Read more here.

2. Vdopia crosses 10 million unique viewers in India: Vdopia Inc., mobile and online video advertising, surpassed 10 million unique viewers. comScore’s Video Ad Metrix ranked Vdopia as the No.1 ad network in India for December 2013 with 10.65 million unique viewers. Read more here.

3. India can’t get enough of social networking; online retail on rise: Report: ‘India Digital Future in Focus’, a report by internet analytics company, comScore, examines how the latest trends in web usage, online video, mobile and search, social and shopping are currently shaping the Indian digital marketplace and what that means for the coming year. Read more here.

4. Bindass’ new campaign encourages youth to ‘B for Change’: Almost three years after the ‘What I am’ campaign, Bindass (formerly known as UTV Bindass) has rolled out yet another brand campaign called ‘B for Change’. Read more here.

5. MTS brings DK Bose back: MTS’ interesting music video extends its campaign that promotes the data product, MBlaze. Read more here.

World News Headlines

1. Twitter partners with 300 Entertainment to give ‘full access’ of its user data to the music industry: Hot on the heels of a deal with CNN and Dataminr to bring the benefits of its data to journalists, Twitter is focusing on unlocking the potential of its platform for the music industry. Read more here.

Prasant Naidu

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