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Google makes big bet on short video and content space in India

videos | Dec 22, 2020 7:31 PM IST

Google makes big bet on short video and content space in India

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Six months since the ban on several Chinese applications including TikTok, Google has made a big bet on short video and content space in India. It has backed InMobi Group's Glance, a lock screen content platform, as well as Dailyhunt's parent company VerSe Innovation for its short video platform Josh.

Six months since the ban on several Chinese applications including TikTok, Google has made a big bet on short video and content space in India. It has backed InMobi Group's Glance, a lock screen content platform, as well as Dailyhunt's parent company VerSe Innovation for its short video platform Josh.

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The funding comes from the $10 billion India Digitization Fund that was launched by Google CEO Sundar Pichai in July.
CNBC-TV18 spoke to Naveen Tewari, CEO of InMobi Group; Virendra Gupta, founder of VerSe Innovation; and Umang Bedi, co-founder of VerSe Innovation, for more details.
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