World popular BBC in Telugu

World popular BBC in Telugu

The globally renowned media giant British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has recently unveiled a plan to expand its arm by making their network available in four Indian languages like Telugu, Gujarati, Marathi and Punjabi very soon.

More details weren't disclosed but their Journalist team in India hints about a hiring program in Andhra University and Hyderabad University. With an investment of about 289 million pounds, BBC is looking to boost its profile in India by launching regional services.

Reportedly, a total of 157 people will be recruited for BBC's Telugu website and social media site in India and it's likely to take effect by end of 2017. The UK-headquartered company, which will have coverage in other three languages apart from Telugu - Gujarati, Punjabi and Marathi, is concentrating majorly on digital world in the industry.

The new entrant to Indian media will not just serve qualitative content, in fact it will provide employment to numerous fresh and experienced students of Mass Communication and Journalism unit. Later in 2017, BBC is expected to launch a regional portal on its web app which will platform the language-based content.