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Shoaib Ahmed:

Interesting interpretation of stakeholder interest. Traditional thinkings must change as the delivery environment changes.

Originally posted on paidContent (old):

What do local New Yorkers really want to read about? Well, cricket and Bollywood, of course.

One of New York’s longtime tabloids The Daily News has added a news section to its website called Desi that targets the city’s large South Asian community.

The paper is using technology to siphon South Asian stories from papers around the world. A small staff helps ensure the content reflects the interest of the American diaspora.

According to SVP of Daily News Digital, Steve Lynas, the paper’s research shows that second and third generation immigrants want South Asian news — but they want it presented and curated with American sensibilities. This includes everything from story choice to changing spelling.

The result is stories like “Bollywood actress beheaded,” “Chicken gives birth to live chick at Sri Lankan farm” and “Nepal war children head from poverty to university.” There is also a mix of New…

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