Pratap Reddy Kasula has joined Asianet News Digital Telugu as the Editor. Asianet News Digital is South Indiaâs one of the largest online platform covering all four Southern languages â Malayalam, Kannada, Telugu, Tamilâ and the platform is also available nationally in English.
Kasula comes with over 30 years of experience in Telugu journalism. He is acknowledged as one of the best political analysts in the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
Kasula said, âI am proud to be a member of Asianet News family and I want to see Asianet News Telugu as No. 1 destination for news in the Telugu digital media.â
Credited for breaking some of the biggest news in Telugu media, Pratap was the first journalist who wrote articles on Rayalaseema country-made bombs in depth. His strength lies in political insider stories. With his rich and deep Telugu online experience, he will be working with the management to take Asianet News Telugu to newer heights and make it a formidable online destination in vernacular journalism.
âWe at Asianet News Digital are excited to have in our team a talented and experienced newsperson like Pratap Reddy. We are confident he will guide and lead the team and build the Asianet News Telugu as the No.1 digital news platform in Telugu,â said Anoop N, COO, Asianet News Digital.
âHaving a stellar editorial team across the board /languages is critical to our growth. We heartily welcome Pratap Reddy and are confident that Reddyâs induction will help us bolster our position and reach pole position across languages in digital and broadcasting like in Malayalam. We are confident that FY19 will be a year of consolidating Asianet News digital and Asianet News Media and Entertainment (AMEL) as a media tech entity and be a preferred choice for all key stakeholders, advertisers, employees and investors,â said Amit Gupta, CEO, AMEL, Asianet News Network.
Having started his journalism as a trainee reporter in Udayam, a Telugu daily and promoted as Hyderabad city Special-in-Charge and later as Bureau Chief. Pratap Reddy was also the Assistant Editor of the socio-political magazine Suprabhatham, which was a main competitor to Telugu India Today. He also had a stint in Indiainfo.com he was selected as editor of One India Telugu in 2010 and built the brand singlehandedly, which today is one of the most popular Telugu portals.