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Future is about atomisation of the newspaper: Santosh Desai?blur=25

The newspaper of the future can be dismembered and consumed as independent entities, says Santosh Desai, MD & CEO, Future Brands India

Surbhi Bhasin Aug 13, 2012 6:27 PM

Working on same platform possible, say print players?blur=25

Print players are facing various roadblocks, even as costs are going up. The industry mulls whether it is possible for them to exist on a common platform

Abid Hasan Aug 11, 2012 9:33 PM

Print ads under pressure as advertisers cut spends?blur=25

Alarm bells are ringing for print players as industry majors like Maruti, Airtel, etc., are cutting down on their print ad spends as they see it less effective

Abid Hasan Aug 10, 2012 8:10 PM

Newspapers will continue in 2020: Ravi Dhariwal?blur=25

The newspaper of 2020 would be more crisp, interactive, carry shorter reports and also consumed on multiple platforms, says Ravi Dhariwal

Surbhi Bhasin Aug 10, 2012 6:56 PM

“Technology can disrupt media consumption”?blur=25

Technological developments have altered coverage, collaborations, and interactivity, says Jehil Thakkar of KPMG India

Surbhi Bhasin Aug 9, 2012 8:44 PM

“Readership of traditional newspaper is on the decline”?blur=25

Measurement metrics of print readership such as circulation, readers per copy are looked through a prism that is out of date, says MRUC’s Paritosh Joshi

Surbhi Bhasin Aug 9, 2012 8:29 PM

Good journalism is good business: Sanjay Gupta?blur=25

Future of news will stand on the bedrock of innovation in good journalism, and good journalism is good business, says Sanjay Gupta of Jagran Prakashan

Abid Hasan Aug 9, 2012 6:56 PM

Future of news is assured, but not of journalists: MJ Akbar?blur=25

MJ Akbar cautions journalists against two traps – fish journalism and the delusion trap – which could seal their future

Abid Hasan Aug 9, 2012 6:45 PM

Learn from trends in int'l markets: Nandan Nilekani?blur=25

Indians are going from being static to being mobile, with various changes taking place in demographics, technology, etc., says Nandan Nilekani

Abid Hasan Aug 8, 2012 8:07 PM

Newspapers need to innovate more: Ravi Dhariwal?blur=25

TOI’s Ravi Dhariwal calls for newspapers to provide a set of values to advertisers through innovation or by combining resources for better digital offerings

Abid Hasan Aug 8, 2012 7:11 PM

Newspaper cover pricing: Low cost or profit margins??blur=25

Intense competition has kept newspaper cover prices extremely low in India, with none of the players ready to make the first move towards a more sustainable pricing strategy. Industry experts feel all publications need to collaborate to arrive at a threshold level of cover price.

Sai Prasanna Nov 9, 2011 8:04 AM

INMA 2010: South Asian newsmedia is innovative, entrepreneurial, aspirational – Earl J Wilkinson?blur=25

“South Asia has become the capital of the world’s news-on-paper industry”, these were the concluding remarks of Earl J Wilkinson, Executive Director and CEO, INMA, in the final session of the 4th annual conference of INMA held in Delhi on November 9-10, 2010. In his presentation, he delved upon the topic – ‘Driving value through content, platforms and audiences’.

Nitin Pandey Nov 11, 2010 7:33 AM

INMA 2010: What is good about print??blur=25

The panel discussion on Day 2 of the 4th Annual Conference of INMA witnessed an in-depth discussion on ‘What is good about Print’. In this panel discussion, experts from advertising, media planning and the newsmedia industry shared the pros and cons of the print media industry thoroughly from all perspectives.

Nitin Pandey Nov 11, 2010 7:32 AM

INMA 2010: Easy to understand the success story of Mint?blur=25

A featured case study on HT-Mint Story was presented by Sukumar Ranganathan, Editor, Mint, at the 4th Annual South Asia conference of INMA on November 10, 2010. Ranganathan discussed how Mint, launched in 2007, was able to create a success story in such a short period.

Akash Raha Nov 11, 2010 7:31 AM

INMA 2010: To create successful niches, one has to keep readers in mind, not the advertisers - Maheshwer Peri?blur=25

Day 2 of INMA, 4th Annual South Asia Conference began with a key note address by Outlook Group’s Maheshwer Peri on the topic ‘Niche Opportunities for Newspaper Publishers’. Held on November 9-10, 2010 in Delhi, the Conference theme this year is ‘Redefining the newspaper business’.

Akash Raha Nov 11, 2010 7:30 AM

INMA 2010: Autocar, exchange4media, City Plus present some brainsnacks for thought?blur=25

The day two of INMA, 4th Annual South Asia Conference held an intriguing ‘brainsnacks’ session. Speakers like Hormazd Sorabjee, Editor, Autocar India; Anurag Batra, Editor-in-Chief, exchange4media Group and Salil Tandon, National Head and Editor, City Plus, staged presentations of their respective groups and shared what had contributed to the success stories.

Akash Raha Nov 11, 2010 7:27 AM

Newspaper success stories and some more Brainsnacks at INMA 2010?blur=25

Case studies and discussions continued in the second half of Day One of the 4th INMA conference. Prior to the second Brainsnacks session and case studies of the day, Rajesh Jain, Executive Director and Head of Media and Entertainment, KPMG, Mumbai, gave an outside-in view of newspapers and growth opportunities in India.

Nitin Pandey Nov 10, 2010 12:50 PM

Newspaper challenge, Brainsnacks and Aman ki Asha at INMA 2010?blur=25

The 4th Annual South Asia conference leg of INMA got underway in New Delhi on November 9, 2010. ‘Redefining the newspaper business’ is the over arching topic of this two-day conference, which includes keynotes and sessions by eminent panellists.

Akash Raha Nov 10, 2010 7:39 AM