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DD National crosses 1 mn subscribers on YouTube

After DD News and Rajyasabha TV, another public broadcasting channel DD National has joined the one million subscriber club on YouTube.

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'Breakfast with Champions' is YouTube's second Original in India after ARRived

Actor and television presenter Gaurav Kapur had last year announced a show last year named Breakfast with Champions on his YouTube channel that showcased real-life stories from the field of sports. Kapur announces that YouTube Originals has picked up the show for a new season.

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Instagram announces Instagrammer of the Year 2019 awards

With the aim of acknowledging its most engaging community members across the country, Instagram announced the Instagrammer of the Year 2019 awards. With a global community of over 1 billion users, Instagram has become the place where people across the world come together to create unique content,...

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Rajya Sabha TV's YouTube channel crosses 25 lakh subs

Riding on the digital wave in the country, Rajya Sabha TV’s YouTube channel has crossed over 25 lakh subscriber base. Vice president of India M Venkaiah Naidu praised its top editorial and technical team as well as employees for the achievement.

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Localising Facebook data in India will be a risk: Mark Zuckerberg

The demands for India’s data localisation are understandable but allowing it for one nation can trigger a demand from countries which are much more authoritarian and can misuse citizens' data, said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, according to reports.

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