Introducing Nyusu, India’s first multi-lingual, one-minute, video news app that gives you unbiased views on the most important news stories of the day. Download the app and get videos of a minute or less in Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu, besides English. The “breaking views” videos are produced by a team of seasoned journalists with experience in television and print in regional Indian languages.
Free to download, Nyusu will help you understand your world with clarity one, 60-second news video a time. Our team of journalists produces only the most relevant stories. Their fearless opinions provide you the right perspective on key issues that often get clouded by shrill and partisan commentaries. Our custom-made videos for smartphones cut through the clutter and offer balanced and insightful opinions. No reporter or anchor taking up precious time; just video and voice over. Crisp one-minute videos mean you spend less on data costs and yet remain the best-informed on top stories of the day.
The app lets you:
-Download the videos for offline viewing
-Post your video comment on a story
-Share video on Facebook, Whatsapp and Twitter
-Post your own citizen journalist videos
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Until recently, Sridharan, or Sri, was the Managing Editor of ET NOW, India’s No. 1 business news channel. He was tapped by the Times Group to help launch the channel eight years ago. He joined the channel as the head of “evening band”, responsible for news and features. He was made the editor in 2011, and in less than two years he helped make it the most watched business news channel in India. Prior to ET NOW, Sri was the Managing Editor of Business Today, part of the India Today group, where he spent 12 years. Sri has also done a stint with The Washington Post in Washington, D.C., as the Alfred Friendly Fellow of 1999. Sri currently serves on the board of the US-based Alfred Friendly Press Partners, being the only fellow to have been invited to join the board. Sri graduated from Delhi University with a Bachelor’s degree in English, and has attended the Executive General Management Programme at IIM Bangalore.
H R Ranganath
He is one of the most authoritative and credible journalists in Karnataka. Currently, he is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Public TV, Karnataka’s No. 2 news channel. His Writemen Media Pvt Ltd also operates a Kannada music channel (Public Music), and is looking to launch at least two more channels. Ranga made Public TV the second most watched Kannada news channel in less than a year of its launch. He comes with a rich and distinguished background in Kannada journalism. He was the editor of Kannada Prabha for 5 years, during which time he not only rejuvenated the newspaper editorially, but also helped push its circulation to 2 lakh copies a day. He joined the Indian Express group-owned Kannada Prabha in 1992 as a trainee reporter and rose to become its Editor in 2004. Ranga joined Asianet’s Suvarna News at a time when it was floundering with insignificant revenue and viewership. In the less-than-2 years he spent at Suvarna, Ranga took up GRPs from 20 to 100, and helped boost monthly revenue from Rs 20 lakh to Rs 1.5 crore. Ranga is a much sought after commentator even on national television. Ranga has degrees in Journalism, Criminology, and Public Administration. He has also been a Cochran Fellow of the US government, and a Fellow of Parliamentary Studies of the British government.
Shankar has more than 30 years of experience in journalism, mostly with The New Indian Express. He was the Editor for Karnataka and Kerala editions of The New Indian Express. Prior to that, he was the Deputy Resident Editor of The New Indian Express in Hyderabad. Apart from being responsible for bringing out the editions daily and deciding on the content, Shankar was instrumental in launching niche supplements like Science Express, Health, and Woman’s Life. He was actively involved in the launch of the editions of The New Indian Express in Tirupati and Rajahmundry and The Weekend in Visakhapatnam. He has worked in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Orissa. He then switched over to the digital platform and became Managing Editor of India Syndicate, which maintained the Microsoft News Network, and later Trivone, which ran the Deccan Chronicle website. Shankar did his Master’s in English from Kerala University and obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Law from Law College, Ernakulam, Kerala.