Dainik Bhaskar Group has launched the fourth edition of Dainik Divya Marathi from Ahmednagar last week. After the launch of the Aurangabad, Nasik and Jalgaon editions within a period of six months, Dainik Divya Marathi has now expanded to four cities in Maharashtra.
Four of the top ten dailies in Maharashtra have seen a decline in AIR over the year as per the IRS 2011 Q2 results. Among magazines, four of the top ten magazines have added 6.10 lakh readers over last year, while five magazines have lost close to 1.60 lakh readers in the one-year period.
Interestingly, most Marathi dailies among the top ten language newspapers in Mumbai have registered decline in AIR as per the IRS 2011 Q2 results when compared to the same period last year. Among language magazines, Marathi weekly Saptahik Sakal lost half of its readers in the one-year period.
Laqshya Media provided OOH support to Maharashtra Government for its week-long cultural festival, ‘Mumbai Saptarang’, which was held between January 22 and 28, 2010. The event was organised by the Cultural Affairs Department as part of the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of the state of Maharashtra.