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Watches advertising in Print rises 7% in H1 2005 compared to H1 2004: AdEx study

19-September-2005
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Watches advertising in Print rises 7% in H1 2005 compared to H1 2004: AdEx study

Wrist watches advertising spends in 2004 was approximately twice that in 2000. The biggest advertiser this year has been Citizen, followed by Titan. While newspapers were the preferred medium, Maharashtra publications cornered the largest share of ad spend.

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