Authors

It has been mostly a growth story for English language publications – dailies and magazines – in Mumbai as per the IRS 2011 Q2 results. Among top ten English dailies, Mint and HT have recorded the highest growth in AIR, while among top ten magazines, Outlook has reported a growth percentage in three digits.

Arwa Sultanali 10-October-2011

The Indian Readership Survey (IRS) 2011 Q2 results show an overall increase of 2 per cent in the average issue readership of Indian language magazines, taking it up to 34,904,000 this year from 34,070,000 in the corresponding period last year.

Arwa Sultanali 10-October-2011

After a slew of unsuccessful shows, Imagine TV is pinning its hopes on The music talent hunt reality series ‘The Voice’. Nikhil Madhok, Senior Director – Marketing and Communications, Imagine TV, speaks on the expectations from the new show...

Arwa Sultanali 07-October-2011

The Indian Readership Survey (IRS) 2011 Q2 results paint a grim picture for Bengali dailies. As compared to 2010 Q2 results, Bengali dailies have lost 9.39 lakh readers, a decline of 6.89 per cent.

Arwa Sultanali 05-October-2011

More players have added to the overall readership of Gujarati dailies. However, as per the IRS 2011 Q2 results, it’s a mixed bag for Gujarati publications in comparison to last year as well as 2011 Q1.

Arwa Sultanali 04-October-2011

Advertisment

Advertisment

Advertisment

Advertisment