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TNL growth

Tourism News Live, India’s premier travel and tourism portal, is now read in 175 countries as it continues to expand its media platform highlighting the concerns and aspirations of the industry both in India and overseas destinations.

While India continues to be the focal point of coverage, it has made significant inroads into the USA, Middle East, South-East Asia, Europe, Africa, Australia and South America.

Indian readers constitute 61.7% of the readership but followers in the United States and UAE are growing at a fast rate as well. While readers in the US represent 12.9% of the total readership, UAE contributes 6.6%.

There is a steady number of visitors from other Middle East nations like Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait and Qatar too. Similarly, the readership has been growing rapidly in the UK, Australia, Canada, Norway, Germany, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia.

The Association of Tourism Trade Organisations India (ATTOI) President Vinod CS said that Tourism News Live (TNL) has grown into a powerful voice for the travel and tourism industry. “The Covid-19 pandemic has brought immense misery to the sector, which is now strategizing to find the fastest way to recover. At this time, TNL has been a great source of support and strength for all stakeholders in the industry,” he said.

“The core team headed by Director Subhash Ghosh, Director and Editor-in-chief DJ Hector and Business Development Manager and Special Correspondent Smith Zachariah, has been able to highlight the concerns of Kerala, India and the world in a commendable manner,” the ATTOI President said.

“While the website has developed considerable reach internationally, Tourism News Live will continue to primarily address the concerns and aspirations of the Indian tourism industry,” Editor-in-chief DJ Hector noted. “However, there is a lot for us to learn from other countries and their tourism boards and that makes it important for us to keep track of all relevant international developments related to the sector.”

Subhash Ghosh said the website has been able to grow rapidly in terms of its reach during the past four months, despite the COVID-crisis. “Tourism News Live would like to thank its readers, both domestic and international, for their wholehearted encouragement and hopes to receive unstinted support in future as well,” he said.