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Newsprint, a low-cost non-archival paper, is most commonly used to print newspapers, publications and advertising material. There has been an almost 40 per cent spike in its price since the crisis began last year

Nishant Saxena 26-March-2018

Paresh Nath, Publisher of Delhi Press, talks to exchange4media about the challenges that print media faces ue to the growth of digital media and his more than four-decade-long journey at Delhi Press

Nishant Saxena 24-October-2017

Under the GST, newsprint will be subjected to a heightened tax rate of 5% as opposed to 3%, earlier. While some publishers fear increased cost, others suggest clients pay for it

exchange4media Staff 25-May-2017

Paresh Nath observed that demonetisation resulted in several troubles for publishers from the consumers’ side as well as clients’ side

Saif Ahmad Khan 03-March-2017

NDTV India is a facing a one-day ban for its coverage of the Pathankot terror attacks

Saif Ahmad Khan 04-November-2016

The central government recently decided not to increase the FDI cap in print. Besides national security concerns, the inability to properly track and monitor print newspapers could have been another reason behind this move

Saif Ahmad Khan 08-August-2016

SC's recent judgement on banning use of images of any politicians except PM, President and Chief Justice of India in govt ads could have negative impact on print industry revenues

Abid Hasan 22-May-2015

With users craving for more relevant and niche content, magazine brands have expanded their reach nationwide. Experts predict positive outcome

Devansh Sharma 15-June-2014

'Champak Creative Child Contest', sponsored by Pepsodent and Avon Cycles, saw more than 1800 children participating in the pan-India 'on-the-spot painting and writing competition'

exchange4media Staff 05-May-2014

samachar4media, the Hindi website for news on the media, advertising, marketing and PR industry, successfully completed one year on February 15, 2011.

exchange4media Staff 16-February-2011