Rahul Gandhi, former Congress president, might begin podcasting quickly as per a report citing a Congress member accustomed to the matter. This podcast will probably be a counter to the Mann Ki Baat radio broadcast by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. As of now, the podcast is within the strategy planning stage and there are not any dates for when it would go reside. The podcast comes after the occasion’s social media campaigns through the coronavirus lockdown – Communicate Up India – turned out to be a “large hit”.
Based on the report by Hindustan Instances, the Congress member who requested to remain nameless acknowledged, “Proper now, we’re on the strategy planning stage and are discussing the finer factors with the consultants and asking them how one can go about it.” The official added that when this podcast goes reside, it is going to be a counter to the Prime Minister’s Mann Ki Baat month-to-month radio broadcast. Additional, the Congress member acknowledged that the occasion is exploring different platforms as effectively together with LinkedIn.
Speaking concerning the Communicate Up India on-line marketing campaign, the official shared that it was a “large hit.” In the course of the marketing campaign, greater than 5.7 million occasion leaders and staff uploaded their messages on varied social media platforms, as per the report.
To recall, Rahul Gandhi began a YouTube channel again in 2017 and has to this point received 294,000 subscribers. However, PM Modi’s YouTube channel, which was additionally began in 2017, has over 6.four million subscribers. The previous Congress chief can also be behind by way of social media following on Twitter and Fb.
Particulars on what the podcast will probably be about are additionally at present unclear and the frequency of additionally it is unknown. Nevertheless, extra data on the identical might be anticipated on the approaching weeks. A podcast might be an effective way to speak with the general public and attain out to a bigger variety of individuals, in an effort to inform and share concepts.