New Delhi: Now the bioscience sector has got a unique news platform in form of a dedicated publication, the BioVoice, E-Magazine. Launched on May 14th, easily accessible, free of cost yet quality magazine, will bring latest articles, deep analysis, interviews and columns besides the end to end coverage in a most user friendly format.
From latest updates to deep insights, it will ensure the end to end coverage of issues that matter most. It will bring important news content from biotech, medical technology, health, agriculture and education verticals and thus, accelerate the communication on happenings in the industry. The first edition of BioVoice features renowned experts in their own fields besides an initiation of series of interactions with politicians on bioscience policymaking. The cover story on Bt Cotton catches the current context of its controversial journey. Chat with BioVoice, Expert Columns, News Bytes, Special Stories, Face to Face, Bio-Innovation, Bio-Social and much more to explore.
Apart from the monthly magazine, the live news portal, BioVoice News has been delivering the quick updates and deep analysis across the various bioscience verticals as well. Besides the portal, it also delivers the news through its social media handles on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
Both the initiatives, BioVoice E-Mag and BioVoice News are spearheaded by the Delhi based Media house startup, PetriDish Media Private Limited.
With rising social media participation, the diminishing lines on one sided communication are there to see for one and all. The company intends to offer its news platforms for engaging into an interactive dialogue.
“The pivotal point, around which much deliberations and brainstorming revolved before the plunge was taken, is the lack of appropriate coverage of the bioscience sector. Based on the feedback and intense deliberations, it was decided to go ahead despite our limited resources. Yet it was heartening to see the overwhelming response and congratulatory messages from the stakeholders,” mentioned Mr Rahul Koul, Chief Editor, BioVoice News.
In his comments, Mr Bhaskar Jha, Business Head, PetriDish Media expressed happiness on the launch. He elaborated, “Hope the magazine caters to the requirements of the industry as well as other stakeholders. Our efforts have been driven by strong passion to help bridge the gaps that exist in the existing formats of media business in the sector. We encourage all to connect and start the two way dialogue.”
The changing perception of digital times is much visible with the BioVoice News site being flooded with the increasing number of visitors. At the same time, the BioVoice E- Magazine is expected to reach 10,000 subscribers in the first few editions itself. To read the magazine, you will have to click on the BioVoice eMag section and subscribe only once in your lifetime.
With new audio-visual multimedia format, this vibrant media platform connects various dots thereby filling the existing gaps that have been limiting the options for reaching out within the bioscience industry.