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e4m Indian Media Agency Report: Pantaloons, Maruti, Tata Motors among top print advertisers

06-January-2010
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e4m Indian Media Agency Report: Pantaloons, Maruti, Tata Motors among top print advertisers

Pantaloons Retail tops the list of top print advertisers according to the exchange4media Indian Media Agency Report. The Report measures the advertising spends for the year 2008 in the measured media of print, television and radio for the top 500 advertiser product categories.

Maruti Udyog Ltd comes in second, followed by Tata Motors Ltd, LG Electronics India Ltd and Nokia Corporation, which comprise the top five print advertisers in that order.

State Bank of India is placed sixth, while Reliance Communications Ltd and Hyundai Motor India Ltd take up the seventh and eighth positions, respectively.

Samsung India Electronics Ltd is at No. 9, while Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd is placed tenth in the list of top ten print advertisers.

The exchange4media Indian Media Agency Report also has details on the top advertisers of radio and print amongst other information available in the report. This report is an annual initiative starting with the 2008 data.

(All details on ad spends for agencies and the top advertisers are available in the ‘exchange4media Indian Media Agency Report’.)

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