Guest Column: What is ailing print in India? Jwalant Swaroop, Happyho.in

The medium has the biggest problem of ageing leadership and therefore has completely lost balance. The new breed of marketers and media planners conne...

The battle that print industry fought in 2017

Demonetisation, GST, restrictions on press freedom and the race with digital mediums impacted the industry hard

Guest Column: A look at the print industry and the changing media landscape: MV Shreyams Kumar, Joint MD, Mathrubhumi Group

The coverage of local news by regional language newspapers has given circulation the much needed momentum to express consumers’ grievances and aspirat...

IRS 2014: Nine out of top ten publications gain readership

Top 3 publications are Dainik Jagran, Hindustan and Dainik Bhaskar

IRS 2014: TOI leads English dailies; HT takes second spot

Data suggests TOI has managed to add 3,36,000 lakh readers, while Hindustan Times registered a growth of 1,80,000 lakh readers in 2014

Publishers give mixed reactions to Pitch Madison print estimates

While some print players believe growth will surpass the estimates, most agree that regional print will see higher growth than English

Print media: A time of question marks and controversies

From IRS, HT-TOI war, high-profile launches and chaotic people movements, we take stock of the print industry's high and low points

Rewind 2012: Print industry, less than perfect

The year witnessed innovations, expansions & acquisitions, yet readership continued to slide. What was it that made the print industry less than perfe...

Guest Article: Upbeat South print industry

Quoting Deloitte estimates, K Balaji, MD, The Hindu, states that the South Indian print market is expected to reach Rs 8,490 crore by 2015