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I don’t think there is any more time left for broadsheets to switch to compact: Manajit Ghoshal

16-October-2010
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I don’t think there is any more time left for broadsheets to switch to compact: Manajit Ghoshal

“When the international newspapers switched to compact format there was still some time. If now, someone wants to carry a newspaper, one can do it on an iPad, rather than physically. I don’t know how much time the Indian players have to switch, but I think they are late on this front,” says Manajit Ghoshal, MD and CEO, Mid Day Infomedia Ltd. More

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