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Tuoi Tre News returns with revamp after three-month break

Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 23:02 GMT+7
Tuoi Tre News returns with revamp after three-month break
Two guests explore the new interface of Tuoi Tre Online. Photo: Tuoi Tre

The Tuoi Tre family - Tuoi Tre Online, Tuoi Tre TV, and Tuoi Tre News - started going back online after three months away on Wednesday, October 17.

A tech-themed event was held at the newspaper’s headquarters in Ho Chi Minh City on Tuesday night to unveil the new designs of the three online platforms.

The new interface of Tuoi Tre News is unveiled during the ceremony. Clip: Ha My / Tuoi Tre News

“Three months is how long we’ve missed our readers,” Tuoi Tre editor-in-chief Le The Chu said in his speech. “And it’s safe to assume many of our readers have also missed us.”

Tuoi Tre editor-in-chief Le The Chu speaks at the event. Photo: Tuoi Tre
Tuoi Tre editor-in-chief Le The Chu speaks at the event. Photo: Tuoi Tre

The three websites, tuoitrenews.vn, tv.tuoitre.vn, and tuoitre.vn, will be accessible from 0:00 October 17. All of the three have been redesigned in a modern way that optimizes user experience and readability.

The new designs are an indicator of Tuoi Tre’s determination to improve its technology, content and business model.

Guests sign up to become Tuoi Tre members during the ceremony. Clip: Ha My / Tuoi Tre News

Besides the interface revamps, Tuoi Tre also put its concerted efforts into preparing quality content to meet readers’ diverse demands for news and information.

After the new designs were unveiled, Tuesday’s event also witnessed the signing of cooperation agreements between Tuoi Tre and its partners, including tech firm VCCorp and Japanese instant noodles manufacturer Acecook Vietnam.

Son Luong / Tuoi Tre News

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