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Republic World promises a world-class user experience in digital news

Republic World will now deliver an all-new interface with cutting-edge tools for its users.

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NEW DELHI: Republic Media Network’s digital pillar, Republic World, is all set to roll out an all-new experience for its users across the globe. Republic Media Network has been working with best-in-class technology, digital experts and consumer behaviour analysts to perfect the product for a game-changing digital news experience.

The big digital announcement of the Network comes in the final run-up to the launch of Republic Bangla— Republic Media Network’s foray into the regional broadcast space.

After becoming one of the top digital news publishers, Republic World will now deliver an all-new interface with cutting-edge tools for its users to have a splendid digital news experience.

A large product and design team are working to deliver a world-class experience to its digital users in just a few weeks. The operation has been put in motion after intensive research, an acute study of consumer behaviour, and a deep understanding of emerging technologies.

Republic Media editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami said, “We are in the midst of such an exciting phase of growth at Republic. On broadcast, we are on the heels of our third channel launch in our third year and on digital we have a massive team working to deliver a world-class product to its users. I am personally exhilarated at the digital product being rolled out in a few weeks from now. It is going to disrupt the digital news experience for good.”

Republic World, which has stormed into the top news publishers, will deliver an interface for an all-access platform. An integrated and interactive news experience will ensure that users consume and be a part of the large-scale news wheel as they want it, how they want it and when they want.

The platform, across experiences, will not just set Republic World apart from its current digital news contemporaries, but will also bring in a whole new dynamic that maximises the news experience for the fast-paced on-the-go user.

The soon-to-be released digital product will keep Republic World heavy on innovation and news value, and meet its pledged commitment of being the fastest experience with an even shorter load time. Breaking away from the current models of digital news, Republic World is set to disrupt with thoroughly engaging formats to its users. It is an unprecedented product developed for evolving digital user expectations.

Republic World’s latest innovations will change the way the news is delivered, read, viewed, shared and interacted with. There will be ‘no compromise’ on user experience and news content. 

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