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IRS Q2 2010: Top Punjabi publications witness general growth trend

24-August-2010
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IRS Q2 2010: Top Punjabi publications witness general growth trend

Punjabi daily Ajit has topped the list of Punjabi publications, registering a 6.40 per cent growth in average issue readership (AIR) as per the IRS Q2 2010 results released on August 23. Ajit has received an AIR of 1,131,000 in the latest round.

Jag Bani is ranked second with an AIR of 1,026,000 in Q2 as against 1,032,000 in IRS Q1 2010, a marginal dip of 0.58 per cent.

Punjabi Tribune is ranked third among Punjabi publications as per the IRS Q2 2010 results. The daily has received an AIR of 295,000 in this round as compared to 290,000 in Q1, a growth of 1.72 per cent.

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IRS Q2 2010: Decline trend continues to plague magazines; top order remains unchanged

IRS Q2 2010: HT continues lead in Delhi & Delhi NCR; negative growth for top 2 players

IRS Q2 2010: Business dailies put up a decent show; magazines still fighting it out

IRS Q2 2010: Top 10 Hindi dailies witness ups and downs; Dainik Jagran remains the leader

IRS Q2 2010: Daily Thanthi shows growth amid declining AIRs among Tamil publications

IRS Q2 2010: Gujarati publications have a growth story to tell

IRS Q2 2010: Top Bengali dailies put up a good show; but periodicals show signs of fatigue

IRS Q2 2010: Mixed bag for Malayalam publications; some dailies see growth, all magazines drop

IRS Q2 2010: Mixed bag for Telugu publications

IRS 2010 Q2: No joy for Assamese publications as AIRs continue to decline

IRS Q2 2010: Oriya publications take the de-growth route

IRS Q2 2010: No surprises in Urdu publications; Inquilab, Siasat hold top positions

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