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Snapshot of Print advertising during 2009 – Part 1: AdEx Analysis

25-January-2010
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Snapshot of Print advertising during 2009 – Part 1: AdEx Analysis

Print advertising increased by 3 per cent during 2009, as compared to 2008. Education topped the list of top 10 sectors advertised in print during 2009, with educational institutions category having the highest share of print ad volumes. Tata Motors Ltd was the number one advertiser in print during 2009. More

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