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Star signs Daily Hunt as an associate sponsor for IPL

The IPL sponsorship will be used to promote the new launch ‘Josh’

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NEW DELHI- Star Sports, theofficial broadcaster of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020), has signed a partnership with Daily Hunt as an associate sponsor. A close source confirmed the development to Indiantelevision.com. The brand aims to maximise its reach via advertising on IPL 2020.

The local language content discovery platform recently launched a short-video app ‘Josh’. As per reports, the IPL broadcast sponsorship will be used to promote the new launch.

Announcing the official launch on Wednesday, Dailyhunt said gaining phenomenal traction through the beta phase, Josh is Dailyhunt’s tribute to Bharat, celebrating its creative beauty and diversity. “In the last 45 days of its beta launch, Josh numbers have exploded: 200+ A-rated exclusive creators, 4 mega music labels, 50+ million downloads, 1+ billion video plays per day, 23+ million daily active users (DAUs), 21+ minutes time spent per DAU, and over 5 million User Generated Content (UGC) content creators,” the platform claimed.  

Star Sports already has signed up with brands like PolyCab, ITC, Coca Cola, Rummy Circle, AMFI, P&G, Kamla Pasand as associate on-air sponsors in the category. DailyHunt will be the 11th brand in the associate sponsorship category. 

Other than this Star Sports will have Dream11, Phone Pe, Amazon, and Byju’s as Co-presenting sponsors of the league in IPL 2020.

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