The regional dailies had an increase of 0.8 crore readers in IRS Q1 2019. The industry has added 0.3 crore of urban readers and 0.5 crore rural readers

exchange4media Staff 07-May-2019

Almost every regional daily saw a significant rise in readership as per the IRS Q1 2019 report

Moumita Bhattacharjee 29-April-2019

Shankar will manage the sales and marketing for the regional P&L of synergistic media solutions (TV/ Digital/ Print/ Events business) for Tamil Nadu and Kerala market

exchange4media Staff 28-September-2018

Thariyan quits TOI after a long stint of 35 years

Abid Hasan 11-June-2015

The agency from Kerala won 4 Gold, 3 Silver and 9 Bronze metals, followed by RK Swamy with 5 Gold , 2 Silver & 2 Bronze metals

exchange4media Staff 01-April-2015

More than 615 entries from over 60 agencies were received this year

exchange4media Staff 25-March-2015

JWT is declared as Sakalakalavallavan or Agency of the Year, third time in a row; Leo Burnett and TCC share second position with two Silvers and two Bronzes each

Deepika Bhardwaj 23-March-2012

More than 250 entries have been received across 19 categories this year; a special award of Rs 1 lakh will be given to the agency that wins the ‘Sakalakalavallavan’ title

Sai Prasanna 12-March-2012

Narendra Alambara takes up the role after a seven-year stint with Starcom Worldwide as Vice President, managing the Chennai unit

Sai Prasanna 05-March-2012

The Average Issue Readership (AIR) of Tamil dailies has gone up this quarter, from 12,557,000 in Q2 2011 to 12,625,000 in this quarter.

exchange4media Staff 24-December-2011

The results of IRS 2011 Q2 have turned out better for Tamil dailies in the state as compared to the IRS 2011 Q1 results. While all the top 15, barring one, were in the red last quarter, they have received some respite in 2011 Q2.

Sai Prasanna 12-October-2011

As per IRS 2011 Q2 results for the Chennai market, the quarter-on-quarter average issue readership (AIR) figures show more promise in the dailies segment as compared to year-on-year numbers. The magazine segment looks bleak with most periodicals showing a decline in AIR over last year.

Sai Prasanna 11-October-2011

Tamil daily Dinamalar, which recently turned 60, has brought on board Skandraaj to head its marketing initiatives. He is well-known for his marketing strategies and will look after pan-India for the paper’s Chennai, Madurai, Puducherry, and Coimbatore editions.

Sai Prasanna 04-October-2011

Five out of six topline Tamil dailies have witnessed decline in average issue readership (AIR) as compared to the corresponding period last year. However, when compared to the previous quarter, the trends did give some relief to Tamil dailies as almost all of them witnessed growth in AIR.

Nitin Pandey 03-October-2011

Save one, all major dailies in Tamil Nadu have reported a decline in their average issue readership figures in Tamil Nadu as per the IRS 2011 Q1 figures, as compared to the corresponding period last year...

Nitin Pandey 23-June-2011

Tamil weeklies have lost nearly 6.78 lakh readers, registering an AIR of 23.72 lakh. Fortnightly and monthly magazines have also witnessed declining trends.

Nitin Pandey 22-June-2011

With top dailies and top magazines losing readership, it has been a bad year for Tamil publications.

Nitin Pandey 22-March-2011

The Advertising Club Madras has invited entries across 27 categories for Tamizh Awards 2010. The second edition of the Tamizh Awards will be held on March 19, 2010. Daily Thanthi is the title sponsor of the event.

Judy Franko 29-January-2010