Kochi: Asianetnews.com, the digital division of Asianet News Network, on Tuesday achieved a milestone by reaching 1 Billion Page Views for the month of September 2020. Regarded as the fastest growing digital news platform in India and undisputed leader in the Malayalam, Kannada and Tamil segment, Asianetnews.com has witnessed unprecedented growth in the last one year. Asianetnews.com, which is present in 7 languages including English, Hindi, Bangla, Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil and Kannada, has been maintaining a growth rate of more than 100% Y-o-Y in last 3 years.
Asianetnews.com has experienced 2.5X growth in User Base and 3X growth in Monthly Page Views from September 2019, enabling the platform to breach into the elite club of Top 10 Digital News Platforms in India (as per ComScore Mobile Metrix Ranking July 2020). Asianetnews.com has also witnessed a 10X surge in Video Views on the platform in the last one year. It has also achieved 2X growth in the number of subscribers on social media channels – YouTube and Facebook.
Abhinav Khare, CEO, Asianet News Network said, “Asianetnews.com’s 1 Billion Monthly Page Views feat is a historic milestone and sign of us leading a futuristic digital revolution. At this pivotal juncture in our journey to becoming India’s No.1 digital news platform, I would like to extend my heartfelt gratitude to all our readers, partners, agencies, and other stakeholders, who believed in our potential. We assure our loyal associates that we will continue to better ourselves every single minute and remain Straight, Bold & Relentless.”
Rajesh Kalra, Executive Chairman, Asianet News Network said, “I am excited to have joined the Asianet News family at a time when the digital wing has achieved this commendable milestone. With a combination of teams that have a leadership position in several spheres, be it TV, Print, Radio and Digital, Asianet News Network is uniquely placed in India for an unprecedented growth. Also, so far we have seen national English brands go regional, but with Asianet News Network, we should be the first regional brand that will go national.”