Guwahati: Atvi Infotainment, the parent company of EastMojo, is proud to present VibesMojo — its new portal for music, lifestyle and entertainment. Earlier known as Vibes Northeast, the brand is now back in a fresh new avatar.
VibesMojo will cover the entire gamut of topics under music, lifestyle and entertainment, ranging from latest fashion trends to beauty tips, pop culture to movie reviews, cooking recipes to fitness videos, among many others. Since VibesMojo is a mobile-first digital media platform, all its stories will be sprinkled with lots of videos and social media nuggets.
Tanushree Hazarika, co-founder and director of Atvi Infotainment, said: “We are very excited to come up with VibesMojo, which is the new avatar for Vibes Northeast. The whole idea is to focus on the music, entertainment and lifestyle scene, not just from Northeast but from across India.”
VibesMojo’s forte, however, will be music — it will give you the latest from the world of music, ranging from latest album releases to music reviews, artist profiles to best new music, so on and so forth.
Karma Paljor, co-founder of Atvi Infotainment and editor-in-chief of EastMojo, is gung ho about the new launch. “We are proud to start a lifestyle and music platform for India and the world that’s headquartered in the Northeast. We believe that we have the talent right here at home to produce engaging world-class content,” he said, adding: “Our reporters, experts and contributors will be sending us stories from across India which will then be produced here in Guwahati and uplinked for the world to see.”
Visit www.vibesmojo.com for more details and the latest from the world of music, lifestyle and entertainment.
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