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Leading Digital Media Platforms Join Hands to Launch Indian Digital Media Association

Leading Digital Media Platforms Join Hands

Leading Digital Media Platforms Join Hands to Launch Indian Digital Media Association

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], October 26 (ANI): Leading Digital Media Platforms Join Hands to Launch Indian Digital Media Association – Launching of the Indian Digital Media Association (IDMA), the country’s largest conglomeration of digital media platforms, as a gaggle of leading “nationalistic” digital media platforms have close and launched this platform with an aim to safeguard the interest of those platforms, participate in dialogue with stakeholders, uphold standards of stories reporting within the national interest and have interaction with the govt for policy formulation.

The foundation members are Republicworld.com, OTV Digital, OpIndia.com, Goachronicle.com, DeshGujarat.com, Assamlive.com, NewsX.com, Sundayguardianlive.com and InKhabar.com, have a collective unique viewership of over 100 million users and can be guided by the ‘nation first’ principle and additionally over 25 digital news members are being onboarded to the association and its going to be the eyes and ears of digital media platforms, to function an intermediary on its behalf and can be the central point of joint action on matters of interest.

In this new scenario of digital space has opened unfathomable avenues, the patterns in consumption of stories have also undergone a tectonic change. an outsized portion of the population consumes information on digital news platforms and aggregators are so far unregulated and scattered,” the statement said on Monday.
It said that that the IDMA will serve with the guideline of being 100 per cent Indian, uncompromisingly nationalistic and can take the voice of India to the world to the country’s largest conglomeration of digital media platforms and one that puts the nation’s interest announce the launch of the Indian Digital Media Association (IDMA)– above everything else. IDMA may be a pro-nation, Indian-owned, Indian-edited, and Indian-controlled digital news association,” the statement said.

This is to adhere the facts that IDMA aims to make sure that Indian interests are protected against vested foreign interference and control and stands against all overseas control of the Indian digital media, because it directly compromises Indian interests and Indian users as these disruption in media within the coming years are going to be digital. India will see an outstanding shift towards digital media with their own niche disruptions in Indian Digital Media space to make an association is that the formation of a force to be truth voice of a vibrant India digital media space and that digital media has the potential to not just shape, but change the national discourse is that the news cycle a slave to television media, that seeks punchlines and agendas, not the reality said OpIndia Editor Nupur Sharma who welcomed the formation of the pro-nation digital media association as she described how this is an attempt to not just strengthen, but organise and advocate for the interest of Nationalist Digital Media that has the potential today to shape the country and what its citizens mention about nationalistic media platforms of the country have close to uphold a vision for India that’s indirectly or surreptitiously owned by foreign elements and added that the IDMA strongly believe that it should be its aim to require Indian media global, instead of compromising the interest of Indian readers and their right to information by inviting overseas control, which could not necessarily be inclined to guard the interest of Indian readers and platforms.

“It is that the founding members’ firm belief that the rampant corruption of stories stems from vested interests and their stakes in digital journalism that owe their allegiance to interests aside from those of India,” it added.
The IDMA believes that it’s time for Indian editors and owners to return together and fight the onslaught of foreign ownership and editorship since the attempts by foreign entities and organisations to corrupt news by pushing vested global agendas unethically are at its zenith and dynamic, transparent, ethical and conscientious association that might keep Indian interest, the interest of its readers, journalistic integrity alongside industry interests paramount, in its quest to organise a sector that has illimitable potential.

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