Eros International acquires film rights to best-selling author Ashwin Sanghi’s 'The Krishna Key'

The acclaimed thriller, the third novel by Ashwin Sanghi was released in 2012 and is set across timelines with its captivating plot, and merges the my...

After IRS, India Today Magazine is on the same level as TOI: Kalli Purie

The Purie's are optimistic about the magazine space gaining strength as India Today has become the second most read English publication after TOI as p...

Editor in charge of The Week Magazine announces retirement after 35 years at the publication

TR Gopalakrishnan has worked at the magazine since 1983 and retired at the 67 on February 9

India Today Conclave 2018 is back; World leaders to mull over globally relevant theme - 'The Great Churn- Triumphs and Tribulations'.

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to join as a speaker for the second time at the annual global ideas platform to be held on 9th &10...

"We are the de-facto No. 1 newspaper in Pune", says Rishi Darda, Lokmat Media

The Joint Managing Director & Editorial shares why Pune market is so important for the group and how they will focus on increasing their advertising r...

Sun Group & India Today Group’s net revenue up by 116% & 68 % respectively

In 2017 media houses across TV, print and entertainment have registered encouraging growth with some even witnessing 116 per cent jump in net revenues...

Budget 2018: Print Industry hopeful of turning the tide by riding the digital wave

exchange4Media reached out to several print players to know if they felt left out in the race of digital first and the reactions were mixed. Some felt...

Kannada Prabha celebrates 50 years of Publication

The publication has been a pioneer in the field of Kannada journalism for the past half a decade.

IRS 2018: Two publications under scanner for data violation

MRUC has received several informal complaints of ‘inappropriate use of data’, however, in two cases the matter has already gone to the committee for s...

IRS 2017: We are definitely, visibly and factually number one in Pune: Pradeep Dwivedi, Sakal Media Group

Pradeep Dwivedi, Chief Executive Officer at Sakal Media Group spoke to Exchange4Media on Indian Readership Survey 2017 (IRS 2017) and how it will infl...

IRS 2017: The age of the discerning media consumer has returned: Aroon Purie

To get a better insight on how the IRS 2017 figures will influence the industry and what it means for the future of magazines in India, Exchange4media...

IRS 2017: Regional is our new national: Shreyams Kumar M V, Mathrubhumi

Speaking to exchange4media, Shreyams Kumar M V, Joint Managing Director, Mathrubhumi shared his views on IRS 2017

IRS 2017: Advertisers should look at print with renewed enthusiasm: Anant Nath, Delhi Press group

In an interview with exchange4media, Anant Nath, Editor, The Caravan & Executive Editor, Delhi Press Group, spoke about the scope for print players, e...

IRS 2017 has tried to address all the concerns raised last time: Rishi Darda, Lokmat

Speaking with exchange4media, Rishi Darda, Joint Managing Director and Editorial, Lokmat Media Group shared his vision for regional publications and t...

HT dominates the largest English readership markets of Delhi NCR plus Mumbai

As per the latest round (2017) of the Indian Readership Survey released yesterday by the MRUC, Hindustan Times emerges as the largest brand in the mos...

Sachin Kalbag appointed Executive Editor of Hindustan Times

Sachin Kalbag will join Hindustan times from The Hindu, where he was resident editor of Mumbai

IRS 2017: Print players elated with Hindi readership recording 45% growth

The survey covered a full year sample size of 3.2 lakh households, a sample size increase by an unprecedented 34 per cent over the previous edition of...

IRS 2017: FAQs with Ashish Bhasin, Chairman, MRUC

Bhasin on the checks and balances of new IRS, methodology with new companies like Vedsur on board, interpreting the data and why it’s not fair to comp...

Why IRS 2017 is a good restart to the measurement of magazines?

According to the latest IRS data, print magazines in India added 3.8 crore new readers, which is almost 75 per cent jump in total readership